The RoboCupRescue robot league: Guiding robots towards fieldable capabilities
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The RoboCupRescue Robot League is an international competition where teams from all over the world compete against an arena that allows them to demonstrate their advanced robotic capabilities for emergency response applications. The league is also a community that works together to advance the state-of-the-art towards improving performance and the standards that help quantify this performance. In this paper, we present the current state of the competition, its links to the wider standardization process and how it is guiding robots towards fieldable capabilities.
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