Researchers and educators from several countries contributed to the existence of a platform that serves both for the monitoring and documentation of educational projects for the production of robot prototypes and for the comparative analysis of the efficiency of these prototypes compared to others of the same scope.
The platform created in 2020 serves several robot competition events such as TJR@ONLINE, ITR@ONLINE, YTRo@ONLINE and TORNEO@ONLINE. The challenges are divided into leagues:
ENTERTAINMENT ROBOTS LEAGUE
RESCUE ROBOTS LEAGUE
AUTONOMOUS CAR RACING LEAGUE
ULTRA STRONGEST ROBOTS LEAGUE
VIDEO DOCUMENTAL LEAGUE
NAUTICAL ROBOTICS LEAGUE
FOOTBALL ROBOTICS LEAGUE
Teams from any country can participate in Roboleague at no cost, choosing the challenges of interest and, using their rules, building and testing the robots, documenting their performance, according to the documentation standard recommended by the platform organizers and submitting this information on Robot Performance Sheet.
This practice can be done as many times as are of interest to the team, seeking to improve the efficiency of the robot and the consequent improvement in the position of the robot in the ranking of RoboLeague.
Registration to participate in RoboLeague can be made directly in the challenges or in the events to which they are linked.
On behalf of the organization, I extend a warm welcome to all participants.
Ms. Luís Rogério da Silva (BRA)
Public School of Robotics joins RoboLeague and will start free workshops for participants of the international platform
RoboLeague is sponsored by TJR Torneio Juvenil de Robótica Institute.