The RoboCup Federation is pleased to introduce a waiver of the team fee for the 2018 international RoboCup competition for NEW teams in the major leagues. A NEW team is defined as a team all of whose team members have never participated in an annual international RoboCup competition. The waiver concerns only the team fee and does not imply any waiver of fees for team members.
In 2018, the RoboCup Rescue Agent Simulation League plans to reestablish the Maintenance Committee to define and implement a roadmap of improvements to the RoboCup Rescue Simulator (RCRS) platform and Agent Development Framework (ADF) for the next years. The RoboCup Rescue Agent Simulation League is looking for members with knowledge of the RCRS platform or ADF Framework to compose its Maintenance Committee. The candidate should have: - Knowledge of software development and maintenance in Java - Knowledge of version control systems like Git - Desire to contribute with time and effort to the improvement of the RoboCup Rescue Simulation League - Knowledge of English language The membership of the RoboCup Rescue Agent Simulation Maintenance Committee will commit to: - Help to improve the RCRS and ADF by solving bugs and…
The following Item added to the Infrastructure competition topics: Adaptation of the RoboCup Rescue Simulator to the Junior League Call for Participation
Call for Participation