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UAV Outback Challenge
Search and Rescue Challenge, Airborne Delivery
Challenge, and Autonomous.
Events include Micromouse, robot dog fights,
and robot search and destroy.
The Franklin Cup
Remote control vehicle combat.
Latin American Robotics Competition
Events include the Brazilian Robotics
Competition, Robocup Latin American Open,
and Brazilian Robotics Fair.
Hyatt Regency Tech Center, Denver, CO
The original remote control vehicle
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3 Atlanta Hobby Robot Club (AHRC) Robot Rally
Pinckneyville Community Center, Norcross, GA
Events include line maze solving, mini Sumo, and
the Robot Polyathlon. The polyathlon is made up
of six individual contests: Advanced Line Follower,
Beacon Killer, Beacon Killer with Obstacles,
Navigation by Dead Reckoning, and Bulldozer.
All Japan Micromouse Contest
Toyosu, Koto-ku, Japan
Events for autonomous robots including
classic Micromouse, half-size Micromouse,
and robot race.
This is the largest autonomous robot
competition in Estonia. This year's events
include robot football, line following, mini Sumo,
and LEGO Sumo.
Student teams from all over Japan come
together at Robocon, where the robots they've
designed compete in the Robo Bowl.
South's BEST Competition
Auburn University, Auburn, AL
Regional for the BEST student competition.
Lots of events including mini Sumo, micro Sumo,
nano Sumo, Micromouse, line following, and