Rescue Line Resources

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A beginner’s guide to getting started with the RoboCup Junior Rescue Line competition This presentation will take you through all the basics of getting set up for Riley Rover Rescue Line. It makes no assumptions about your level of expertise, so you can move through it as you please. Want to download a PDF instead?...
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As we approach the National Championships in October, we are unveiling the selection of Challenge Tiles for 2023. Before we dive into the details, here’s a quick refresher for those who might be new to the Challenge Tiles concept or need a reminder: Recap on Challenge Tiles As detailed in the official rule book (Section...
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Back again in 2023 at the Australian Open National Championships is the Modern Teaching Aids Beginners Cup. As Platinum National Sponsor of RCJA, Modern Teaching Aids is proud to support this initiative to make RoboCup Junior even more accessible for students of all levels of experience in robotics. The MTA Beginners Cup supports students just...
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Spike Prime rescue robot
Several people have asked how the new Rescue Line challenge tile rule will be implemented. This post describes the process with a linked video to demonstrate its implementation.
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Presentations providing an overview of Rescue Line robot design and programming considerations. The presentations include code examples for the classic EV3 block based coding, as well as the equivalent code using the new EV3 Classroom App block coding and Spike Prime block coding.
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If you are keen to move your robot design to the next level, have a look at this resource put together by Tim Ronchi. It details his experience with components used in building Arduino-based robots.
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There are many useful websites and videos with great ideas to get started or even to create a pretty sophisticated Rescue robot.
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In this post you will find a collection of tutorial and workshop resources that have been gathered over the years. They cover a range of topics from those aimed at the absolute beginner to more advanced techniques.
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You can find some good generic robot designs on the Getting Started - General Resources page, but there are some specific considerations for a good Rescue robot.
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