About RoboCup Singapore Open 2017
RoboCup Singapore Open cum National Selection of RoboCupJunior 2017 aims to promote innovation using robotics and select the best teams to represent Singapore in the RoboCup Asia – Pacific 2017 (Bangkok, Dec 2017) and RoboCup World Championship 2017 (Nagoya, 27 – 31 July 2017).
Date: Thu, 23 – Sat, 25 March 2017
PLEASE READ THIS INFORMATION CAREFULLY!
- Any changes of registration information, such as participant names, swap of leagues, etc. are strictly NOT allowed once the registration is closed.
1.RoboCupJunior Soccer | Rule
- Light Weight League – Primary
- Light Weight League – Secondary
- Open League (No Age Group)
2.RoboCupJunior Rescue | Rule
- Rescue Line (No Age Group)
3.RoboCupJunior On Stage| Rule
- On Stage – Primary,
- On Stage – Secondary
4.RoboCupJunior CoSpace Rescue | Rule
- CoSpace Rescue – Primary,
- CoSpace Rescue – Secondary,
5.CoSpace Rescue (Novice Team*) | Rule
- CoSpace Rescue – Primary,
- CoSpace Rescue – Secondary
*This sub-league is only for teams first time to participate in the CoSpace Rescue Challenge. The winning team of this category will not be selected for the RoboCup International Competition.
6.CoSpace Grand Prix | Rule
- CoSpace Grand Prix – Primary,
- CoSpace Grand Prix – Secondary
CoSpace Logistics (Demonstration) Challenge
7.CoSpace Logistics (Demo)| 2017 Rule will be linked
- CoSpace Logistics (Demo) – Primary,
- CoSpace Logistics (Demo) – Secondary,
- CoSpace Logistics (Demo) – Open Category,
8. Make Code Challenge | Rule
- Make Code Challenge – Primary,
- Make Code Challenge – Secondary
Terms of Reference of Team Mentor
1. Title of the Group
The group shall be called the “RoboCup Singapore Open Team Mentor”.
2.Terms of Reference
The primary objectives of the RoboCup Singapore Open Team Mentor are:
- To be the contact person of the team participating in the RoboCup Singapore Open.
- To ensure team delivers the right value and attitude during RoboCup Singapore Open.
- To address all issues arising from RoboCup Singapore Open.
- To explore and implement learning opportunities for students in the RoboCup Singapore Open.
3.Channels of Communication
- The RoboCup Singapore Open Organizing Committee communicates instructions and decisions to the Team Mentor.
- The Team Mentor communicates instructions and decisions to the team leaders and members.
ORGANIZERS AND SPONSORS
Notice to All Participants
Do’s & Don’ts
• It is each participant’s responsibility to take care of their properties, including robots, computers, tools, equipment and personal belongings that he/she brings to the event. Teams are strongly advised not to leave any valuable equipment and personal belongings unattended.
• Teams are advised to bring back their own robots at the end of each day during the competition.
• Teams are not allowed to have meals inside the team area and competition area.
• No littering. Proper placement of large props/tools. Keep the competition venue clean and tidy.
• Proper use of tools. Students must be adequately trained for using tools.
• In event of a fire, please exit the event venue through the designated safety exit in an orderly manner.
• No short-circuiting, overloading of the power socket. No faulty equipment to be plug-in.
• Mentors are to ensure the team delivers the right value and attitude during RoboCup Singapore Open.
• Each participant grants the Organising Committee permission, with respect to all photographs, or videos that have been taken of the participant and the robots during the event. Each participant releases and discharges the Organising Committee and its photographers, agents, from all claims with the use of such photographs, film or video. Please inform the Organising Committee if you have any objections.
RoboCup Singapore Open Organising Committee
12 Jan 2017