Teams from academia and industry are equally welcome to participate. One person can only participate in one team. Each team cannot have more than 5 members (including the team leader). Each team will need to provide the following information to register:Service Robot Track -- A one-page description about your team. It should include the names of team members, their affiliations and contacts, who the team leader is, which track to participate, a brief description of the team's technology, robotic systems, and sensor systems.
Manufacturing Track -- One to two-page description of the robotic assembly system that you will use to compete. Include descriptions of your autonomous assembly strategies and robotic assembly system; robot manipulators, end effector technology, sensors used for perception, control software and any plans for incorporating the use of supplied CAD data. Solutions that rely primarily on teaching (also called lead through programming) are not recommended. Images and Videos that help describe your system and operating principles are encouraged, but not required. Also include shipping information for sending NTBs in the case that your team is selected as follows:
City or Town:
* It's very important that a person's name is included in the Attention field.
Note: The organizers cannot guarantee the shipping times of the NTBs. Therefore, we have also included all sources and instructions for producing the practice boards on the manufacturing track web site.
Each team must email the required registration information in PDF to yusun AT mail.usf.edu prior to the deadline.
* If you don't have a robotic system, you are encourage to attend the Open Cloud Robot Table Organization Challenge (http://ocrtoc.org/)