RoboCup Major Rescue Robot
In this category, the robots must carry out search and rescue missions in open areas and with obstacles of all kinds. Participating robots will be evaluated in a series of individual tests designed to challenge autonomous operation, mobility during tele-operation, and manipulation of life-size objects. The best robot is the one that manages to get the most points in these tests.
To participate in RoboCup Rescue Robot, teams of a maximum of 12 people can register with the right to a place at the work table. Due to the level of difficulty of this competition, research groups, undergraduate and postgraduate students, professors and researchers can participate.
Teachers who accompany the team and who wish to have a diploma that recognizes their participation in the event, but do not require them to be assigned to the team work table, may register as mentors. The registration cost of the mentors is the same as that of the contestants.
The TMR RoboCup Rescue Robot competition is based on the official published rules for the RoboCup World Cup, which can be found on the official page https://rrl.robocup.org/rules/. There will be tests to evaluate the mobility, maneuverability, dexterity, navigability, autonomy and the ability to make maps and recognize patterns of the participating robots.
Gustavo A. Maldonado