The RoboCupJunior OnStage competition, previously called RoboCupJunior Dance, is an initiative aimed at students at the primary, secondary, preparatory and university levels, to work with robots that autonomously develop a creative, harmonious, innovative presentation with the use of technology. make it attractive to the audience in a limited time.
RCJ OnStage teams must settle for at least 2 members and up to a maximum of 5.
The age is considered on July 1 of each year for the RoboCup World Cup, and therefore also for the Mexican Robotics Tournament.
Each contestant can only be enrolled in 1 unique team, sub-league and league in all RoboCupJunior.
The rules for the competition of RoboCupJunior OnStage 2018 are published on the international site of RoboCupJunior.
These rules can be consulted in http://rcj.robocup.org/dance.html. Take into account that the international committees are in the process of reviewing the rules, so it is advisable that you check periodically to find out if there were any updates.
The Novice and Advanced sub-leagues will use the current rules of 2018. The Primary subliga will use the 2017 rules.
Equipment limits by institution
Each institution can register the following number of teams for each Junior sub-league:
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