RoboCup Brazil Open 2019 – Call for Remote Participation

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########################### Call for Remote Participation RoboCup Brazil Open 2019 - Soccer Simulation League October 22 – October 26, 2019 (Rio Grande, Brazil) http://www.cbrobotica.org/ ################################# The RoboCup Brazil Open 2019 is a scientific competition co-located with Latin American and Brazilian Robotics Competitions (LARC/CBR). RoboCup Brazil Open is an extension of LARC/CBR for non-Latin American teams to remotely participate in the simulation leagues. The competition will be hosted in Rio Grande, Brazil from October 22 to 26, 2019. We want to invite all non-Latin American teams to participate in the RoboCup Brazil Open Soccer Simulation Leagues in one of the following competitions: 2D Soccer Simulation 3D Soccer Simulation It is an excellent opportunity for newbie teams to test their binaries earlier to the worldwide competition and for more experienced teams to test…
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3D RoboCup 2019 rulebook updated

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2019 3D Soccer Simulation rulebook updated ! The rule book for the RoboCup 2019 3D Soccer Simulation League competition is updated. See the updated rulebook in 3D Rules. The new SimSpark and Rcssserver3D releases are also available. In Sydney, we will use the SimSpark 0.3.1 and Rcssserver3D 0.7.2. See the new releases and their binaries download packages in the repository.  
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3D Qualified Teams

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RoboCup 3D Soccer Simulation Organizing Committee announces the list of qualified teams for RoboCup 2019. See below the list of teams: [table id=4 /] Team Leaders will receive further information about registration in their mail addresses. Congratulations for all !!!
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3D RoboCup 2019 Call for Participation

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########################### Call for Participation RoboCup 2019 Soccer Simulation 3D League July 2 - July 8, 2019 (Sydney, Australia) https://2019.robocup.org/ ################################# The RoboCup Soccer Simulation 3D Competition provides a great opportunity to experiment with humanoid robots without the need for investing in robot hardware. It facilitates experimenting using different learning and optimization techniques by providing a simulated environment. Since the games are played with teams of 11 players, the league is also a very good environment for experimenting on multi-robot coordination methodologies. We would like to invite you to participate in the RoboCup 2019 Soccer Simulation League 3D competition, which will take place from July 2 - July 8, 2019, in Sydney, Australia. If you are interested in participating, please pre-register your team and follow the procedure as outlined below. ##############################…
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