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DARPA’s Virtual Robotics Challenge: OSRF gets simulator ready | IEEE Spectrum

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06 June 2013



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For the last month, teams from around the world have been submitting entries to the Virtual Robotics Challenge qualification event, in order to earn a place in the VRC itself, and the latest results are in. The qualifiers ended last week, and 26 teams made the cut in Track B (funded) as well as Track C (unfunded). We’ve got an overview of the simulation environment and the tasks that teams will need to complete in the VRC (which takes place later this month), straight from the Open Source Robotics Foundation.

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