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1 . Narrow Line Follower



Narrow Line Follower — these are competitions for the quickest. The winner is the owner of the robot that went along the track with all turns and obstacles in the shortest time. The robots, which take part in this competition, may have any construction.



6 . The Journey: High



"The Journey" is a complex type of contest combining several common tasks. Robot should do these tasks one by one without stops and pauses. In the High category of the contest robot will have to go through the line with moving obstacle on it (robot should go round this obstacle and should not touch it), labyrinth, line with invertion after what kick out all but one the skittles from the ring in the Kegelring task. This skittle which robot should keep into the ring must be returned to the start - robot have to do all the tasks again! All these tasks must be done in five minutes.



8 . Lego Sumo (15 x 15 cm, 1 kg)



The contest is taking place on the ring where two robots are competing with each other. The ring is a black circle bordered with a white line. The objective of the robots participating in contest is to push its competitor out of the ring. This category is meant only for robots which construction is based on the educational construction kits (Lego, Fischertechnik, VEX, Huna, Robotis).



12 . Corridor Rally



The track for robot movement is a wavy corridor. In rally four-wheel cars take part with rear- or front-wheel drive and with steering front wheel. The competition itself consists of two stages. At the first stage the robot shall pass through the track from start to finish touching the wall the least possible number of times. At the second stage robots already participate by pairs. Robot wins if it reaches the finish first



13 . Puck collect



This competition calls for special interaction between sensor technology, mechanics and artificial intelligence. Here the robots have to collect small discs ("pucks") on the field according to color.
Two robots compete against each other on a 250 x 250 cm field. The aim is to collect all pucks of the assigned color and carry them to the own home base. The first robot to collect all the assigned pucks wins.



19 . Freestyle category: Elementary



In this category participants are free to create robots with no limits in tasks, objectives and rules. Creators are limited only in their own imagination. The winner is selected by the count of referees in the several criteria: Relevance, Novelty, Engineering complexity, Operability, Presentation, Aesthetics. Primary criteria is that it should be a ROBOT. The age limit in this category is 12 years.



20 . Freestyle category: Junior High



In this category participants are free to create robots with no limits in tasks, objectives and rules. Creators are limited only in their own imagination. The winner is selected by the count of referees in the several criteria: Relevance, Novelty, Engineering complexity, Operability, Presentation, Aesthetics. Primary criteria is that it should be a ROBOT. The age limit in this category is from 12 to 15 years.



21 . Freestyle category: High



In this category participants are free to create robots with no limits in tasks, objectives and rules. Creators are limited only in their own imagination. The winner is selected by the count of referees in the several criteria: Relevance, Novelty, Engineering complexity, Operability, Presentation, Aesthetics. Primary criteria is that it should be a ROBOT. The age limit in this category is from 16 years.



22 . RoboCup Rescue Line



The robot must be able to carry out the rescue mission in a fully autonomous mode with no human assistance. The robot must be durable and intelligent enough to navigate through treacherous terrain with hills, uneven land and rubble without getting stuck. When the robot finally finds the victims, it has to gently and carefully transport the victims to the safe evacuation point where humans can take over the rescue. After the victim rescue, the robot should be able to find its way out of the dangerous area.



23 . RobocupJunior Rescue Maze



The robot must be able to carry out the rescue mission in a fully autonomous mode with no human assistance. The robot must be durable and intelligent enough to navigate through treacherous terrain with hills, uneven land and rubble without getting stuck. The robot must search for victims, dispense rescue kits.



24 . RobocupJunior onStage



RobocupJunior onStage allows teams to present a 1-2 minute performance using standalone robots, designed, built and programmed by the team. These competitions are open. They include all kinds of performance, it can be dancing, history, theatrical performance or art installation. The performance can be accompanied by music. The team can use any number of robots on the scene.



25 . RoboCup Junior Soccer Lightweight



2-on-2 teams of autonomous mobile robots play in a highly dynamic environment, tracking a special light-emitting ball in an enclosed, landmarked field. The robots used must be autonomous, designed and programmed by the team. Competitors must demonstrate their skills in programming, robotics, electronics and mechanics, as well as the ability to work in a team.



26 . RoboCupJunior Soccer Open



2-on-2 teams of autonomous mobile robots play in a highly dynamic environment. The robots used must be autonomous, designed and programmed by the team. Competitors must demonstrate their skills in programming, robotics, electronics and mechanics, as well as the ability to work in a team.



30 . Lunar craters



The Moon is the closest celestial body to the Earth, on which the interest of mankind is concentrated. Currently, one of the main areas of research is the search for water on the moon. We believe that the creation of cosmodromes on the Moon, observatories with the most powerful telescopes, bases for their maintenance, exploration and extraction of rare minerals is not far off. Water will be needed for drinking, and for technical needs, and to replenish oxygen supplies. Now on the Moon they are looking not for vast water basins, but for ice, which can be located in places protected from the rays of the Sun, for example, at the bottom of some lunar craters. The task "Moon Craters" is intended to create an autonomous Lunokhod capable of overcoming craters and delivering useful rocks to the Lunar Station



31 . RTC Cup: Seeker



In «RTC Cup» Challenge the robot shall pass through the proving ground within the specified time. The proving ground is a reconfigurable obstacle course, a maze, made of cells. The maze made to resemble different indoor and outdoor terrains and obstacles, for search and rescue scenario. For each cell robot gain points, the number of points depend on difficulty of the task, located in the cell. 

"Seeker" category: remote robot control that is visible for the operator.



32 . RTC Cup: Extremal



In «RTC Cup» Challenge the robot shall pass through the proving ground within the specified time. The proving ground is a reconfigurable obstacle course, a maze, made of cells. The maze made to resemble different indoor and outdoor terrains and obstacles, for search and rescue scenario. For each cell robot gain points, the number of points depend on difficulty of the task, located in the cell. 

"Extremal" categorie: remote robot control using only the picture from the camera and data of the robot sensors.