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#RoboCup2019 Rescue Rapidly Manufactured Robots Challenge #RMRC

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12 July 2019



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I was at RoboCup last week in Sydney as part of the Junior League. Here’s a quick video tour of RoboCup, and a behind the scenes look at the Rapidly Manufactured Robot Challenge (RMRC), which is part of the RoboCupRescue Robot competition.

RMRC promotes the development of low cost, rapidly manufacturable small (30 cm width) robots and robotic components that enable responders to more safely and effectively perform hazardous mission tasks. Students from high school through to graduate students and early career researchers compete against the same challenges.




Matej Veber




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