July 2022

Month

In the early hours of Saturday 29 July, the RoboCup Junior Queensland trailer was stolen.  It was packed with equipment in preparation for travelling to the Darling Downs Regional RoboCup Junior Competition. The thieves cut the padlock which secured it to the vehicle and stole the trailer and its contents. A police report was filed...
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The RoboCup Junior Queensland (RCJQ) committee is collecting interviews of past RoboCup Junior competitors, from all over Australia. We wish to display these interviews at our annual competitions, at State and National Level. The intention of these interviews is to showcase to our students and their parents where previous competitors of the RoboCup Junior competition...
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RCJQ is excited to release further details regarding the RoboCupJunior Queensland State Championships with registration open and closing on the 8th August 2022! Event Details: QLD Events Information Pack: https://www.robocupjunior.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/RoboCup-State-Championships-2022-Information-Pack.pdf Volunteering: Teachers and mentors of registered teams are requested to judge or volunteer their time. Gaining judging experience may assist your teams when providing feedback...
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Congratulations to all the winners for the RoboCup Junior Spike Prime Competition. See the results here: https://www.robocupjunior.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/National-Spike-Challenge-2022.pdf Here is a recap of some of the submissions from across Australia:
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RCJACT is pleased to announce our next regional workshop & competition, taking place in Canberra on the 2nd and 3rd of September at Gungahlin College. All details for registration can be found here on our ACT Events page. Venue: Gungahlin CollegeCost: $20 per personSpecial Instructions: Students will need to bring their own lunch and water bottle although there...
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From July 13 to 16 2022, Team Australia had 6 teams represent us at the RoboCup International Competition held this year in Bangkok, Thailand. Four of our teams were able to represent Australia in person, with the other two teams competing remotely. All of our teams were incredibly successful, and we at RCJA would like...
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Authored by Rescue Maze expert Neil Gray, this tutorial covers putting together the Victims for the Rescue Maze Challenge.
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Authored by Rescue Maze expert Neil Gray, this tutorial covers putting together a Rescue Maze robot using the human readable programming language, micropython
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Authored by Rescue Maze expert Neil Gray, this tutorial covers putting together a Rescue Maze robot using the newer vertical block EV3 programming language.
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