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Competitions
RoboCupSoccer
RoboCupRescue
RoboCup@Home
RoboCupJunior
Sponsored
Leagues
RoboCupSoccer

RoboCupSoccer chose to use soccer as a central topic of research, aiming at innovations to be applied for socially significant problems and industries. The ultimate goal of the RoboCup project is by 2050, develop a team of fully autonomous humanoid robots that can win against the human world champion team in soccer.
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RoboCupRescue

One major application of RoboCup technologies is search and rescue in large scale disaster situations. RoboCup initiated RoboCupRescue project to specifically promote research in socially significant issues. RoboCupRescue includes real robot and simulation leagues.
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RoboCup@Home

RoboCup@Home is a new league inside the RoboCup competitions that focuses on real-world applications and human-machine interaction with autonomous robots. The aim is to foster the development of useful robotic applications that can assist humans in everyday life.
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RoboCupJunior

RoboCupJunior is a project-oriented educational initiative for students up to the age of 19. It is a new and exciting way to understand science and technology through hands-on experiences with electronics, hardware and software. RoboCupJunior also offers opportunities to learn about teamwork while sharing ideas with friends. The development of study materials and innovative teaching methods are among RoboCupJunior's aims.
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Sponsored Leagues

RoboCup and Festo are adopting an entirely new approach to mobile robotics competitions -the Festo Logistics Competition using a standard mobile robot platform Robotin.
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RoboCup2013
Federación Mexicana de Robótica