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European Robotics League plus Smart Cities Robot Competitions


ERL-SR Rulebook Update (a)

This will include the tasks and functionalities used and the updates of the interface rulebook.

Design and specification of the first ERL Smart City Competition

The complete documentation of the competition design and specification, to consist of a written report and video.

ERL-IR Rulebook Update (a)

This will include an update/extension of the tasks and functionalities as well as the scoring mechanisms for the competition.

ERL Emergency Robots Rulebook (a)

Report that will contain the updated rules that will be used for the complete ERL Emergency Robots.

hands-on resources for public engagement events

Materials and resources will be provided for consortium members to represent SciRoc at meetings and conferences.

Extended and updated project web pages and associate social media channels

Extend and develop the ERL web pages to describe the Smart City Competition and set up associated social media accounts and channels (i.e. Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube) to support project dissemination.

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“Fostering marine robotics through competitions: from SAUC-E to ERL Emergency 2018”

Author(s): Ferri, G., Ferreira, F. and Djapic, V.
Published in: OCEANS’18 MTS/IEEE, 2018, Page(s) 1-7

Scoring robotic competitions: Balancing judging promptness and meaningful performance evaluation.

Author(s): Fausto Ferreira, Gabriele Ferri, Yvan Petillot, Xingkun Liu, Marta Palau Franco, Matteo Matteucci, Francisco Javier Pérez Grau and Alan FT Winfield
Published in: 18th IEEE International Conference on Autonomous Robot Systems and Competitions (ICARSC), 2018, Page(s) 179-185