DemosAny demo relevant to Safety, Security or Rescue Robotics is welcome. Please see the submissions page for details on how to submit a proposal for a demo. Demo submissions are due Sep 1st, 2017.
CompetitionThere will also be a small competition held in paralel to SSRR 2017. The main goal here is to have some rescue robots running around and to demonstrate their capabilities in a live arena. The arena will be composed out of a few selected standard robot test elements. The elements will be at the 60cm scale, that is half the width of a standard RoboCup Rescue arena. Any ground robot that fits in the arena is welcome - please contact Sören Schwetfeger (soerensch AT shanghaitech.edu.cn) for details and if you want to participate.
The following test elements will be part of the competition - please refer to the RoboCup Rescue rulebook for more info:
- (MAN 1) Center (60cm)
- (MAN 2) Align (60cm)
- (MAN 3) Traverse (60cm)
- (MAN 4) Crossover (60cm)
- (MOB 1) Hurdles (60cm)
- (MOB 2) Sand/Gravel Hills (60cm)
- (MOB 3) Stepfields (60cm)
- Stairs (we will use the concrete stairs of the building)
- Confined Space Cube
- (DEX 1) Parallel Pipes (provides multipliers for all above tests - details tbd.)
- (DEX 2) OmniDirectionalPipes (provides multipliers for all above tests - details tbd.)
- Maze for mapping and autonomy (60cm+) (Tests: 2D mapping, 3D mapping, autonomous exploration, identification)
Reset: 2min time penalty for each touching the robot. After a reset the robot has to start from the start zone again. The robot keeps the points achieved so far.
The idintification items to be autonomously identified are: QR codes, Hazmat signs and fire extinguishers.
Every team gets X runs (X is tbd. - also depends on the number of participants). Every team is free to choose which test they want to perform. For each test the best score will be noted. A ranking will be established for each test. Awards will be given based on how well teams perform on the different tests - details tbd.