RoboCup Rescue German Open 2020 -DRZ Edition November 9-12, 2020

In the Rescue category, a German Open competition will be held in November 2020. On the site of the German Rescue Robotic Center in Dortmund, rescue teams from renowned universities and research institutions will compete in a number of different rescue disciplines. This year in particular, the DRZ-Challenge, which is specifically related to a real rescue mission, will take place.

Call for Participation

If you consider to participate, we kindly ask you to register by October 5, 2020 by sending an email to chair-rescue@robocupgermanopen.de.
Further information here Call for Participation

Rules

For the Competition rules RoboCup German Open 2020 Rescue – DRZ edition use the following link Rules for competition

Programme

Sunday, Nov 8 (Afternoon) Setup for participating teams
The teams set up their robots and accommodate themselves with the competition environment.

Monday, Nov 9 Setup for participating teams
The teams set up their robots and accommodate themselves with the competition environment.

Tuesday, Nov 10 Competition (Standard test methods)
First day of the competition. The teams compete in various standardized test suits to demonstrate their capabilities in the fields of maneuvering, mobility, dexterity, and exploration.

Wednesday, Nov 11 Competition (Standard test methods).
Second day of the competition. The teams compete in various standardized test suits to demonstrate their capabilities in the fields of maneuvering, mobility, dexterity, and exploration.

Thursday, Nov 12 Final runs (“DRZ Challenge”), application workshop with first responders, and award ceremony.
Final day of the competition. The teams compete in an application-oriented mission simulating a realistic accident in a chemical laboratory where traditional first responders would be at a high risk. The mission requires the teams to perform multiple, versatile tasks such as opening a door, traversing debris, navigating through smoke, and finally identifying a critical, heated container as well as sealing it.  

Teams

AutonOhm | Technische Hochschule Nürnberg Georg Simon Ohm | Nürnberg – Germany

IOTBots | Siemens AG | Nürnberg – Germany

Francor e.V. | Nürnberg – Germany

Team Dynamics | University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria | Wels – Austria

Hector | Technical University of Darmstadt | Darmstadt – Germany

Location of event

Deutsches Rettungsrobotik-Zentrum e.V.
Rohdesdiek 32
44357 Dortmund

Information

For General information please click here https://rettungsrobotik.de/allgemeine-informationen/

For Teaminformation please click here
https://rettungsrobotik.de/teaminformationen/

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