Notice on Arrangements of Teams from Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan and Overseas for RMUC and RMUL (North America Site) 2021
Based on the "Announcement on the Adjustment of RoboMaster 2021 University Series (20201216)", the RoboMaster Organizing Committee (RMOC) hereby announces the arrangements of Teams from Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan and Overseas for RMUC/RMUL 2021.
I. About Online Assessment
The RMOC released the "RoboMaster 2021 University Championship (International Division) Online Assessment Participant Manual V1.0 (20210208)" and the "RoboMaster 2021 University Series Robot Building Specifications Manual". Teams from Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan and overseas can choose to participate in the online assessment to win corresponding awards by June 2021. Teams are required to build and display the robot lineup (Standard, Hero and Sentry) for the 3V3 Confrontation with reference to the "RMUL 2021 Rules Manual (North America Site)", which will be released in early March 2021. Please pay attention to the latest announcement on the official website.
II. About Participating in the RMUC Wild Card Competition
International teams that voluntarily choose to continue their preparation based on the RMUC rules and meet the epidemic prevention requirements of their home schools and Mainland China should continue to participate in the technical assessment according to the schedule for Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan and overseas teams as stated in the "RMUC 2021 Participants Manual". After passing all technical assessment sections, teams can choose to participate in the RMUC 2021 Wild Card Competition in July 2021. Please note that the mid-term progress assessment of RMUC, which was scheduled to start on February 1, 2021, is adjusted to take place from February 22 at 12:00 p.m. to February 24 at 12:00 p.m. (applicable to teams from Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan and overseas). Please pay attention to the relevant notice and submit materials in time.
Note: There are chances that international teams that choose to participate in the Wild Card Competition cannot enter Mainland China due to the epidemic policy. Therefore, teams should be aware of potential investment risks and bear the consequences themselves. Teams that have participated in the online assessment will not be able to participate in the offline Wild Card Competition, so they don't need to submit materials for the "Final Robot Assessment" scheduled from May 31 to June 2.
III. About RMUL Overseas Sites
The RMOC will hold the RMUL 2021 (North America Site) at Texas A&M University in June 2021, and will start the registration for this site in early March 2021. We are looking forward to your application! The co-organizers of this competition are Texas Aimbots from Texas A&M University and RoboMaster North America Union. The RMUL 2021 (North America Site) will feature a 3V3 Confrontation (one Standard, one Hero and one Sentry for each side) and a Standard Confrontation (one Standard for each side). The "RMUL 2021 Rules Manual (North America Site)" and "RMUL 2021 Participants Manual (North America Site)" will be released in early March 2021. Please pay attention to the latest announcement on the official website.
In addition, after a comprehensive evaluation of the local hosting conditions, the RMOC has decided not to hold the RMUL 2021 (Japan Site) for the time being.
1. The RMOC will authorize the regional person in charge of North America and Japan to actively organize online activities in English. If teams from Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan and overseas have event-related contents (including but not limited to preparation experience, online collaborative work, materials purchase) to share, feel free to contact the following person in charge. Before any sharing events take place, the regional person in charge will announce the schedule and topic in advance through the Discord and Email. The online events will be held on the Airmeet platform (https://www.airmeet.com/). We sincerely invite all teams from Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan and overseas to share their knowledge.
Person in charge: Yibo Zheng; WeChat: yibodean; Tel and Whats App: +1 5135193950; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Upcoming activities: At 19:00 on February 13th (US Eastern Time), the theme is "Team Building", from Texas A&M University.
2. Considering the limitation of overseas materials and processing resources, the RMOC will provide overseas teams with the privilege to purchase up to two RoboMaster Type A 2020 Self-Assembly Robot at USD 2700 per unit (original price: USD 3400 per unit) in order to support their preparation for the competition. This discount is valid only if the offline purchase order is settled in USD and the shipping address is overseas. For instructions on how to use this discount, see the "4. Purchasing Materials Offline" section in "RoboMaster 2021 Instructions for Purchasing Materials".
RoboMaster Type A 2020 Self-Assembly Robot: https://www.robomaster.com/en-US/products/components/robot
For more information on how to purchase, please visit: https://www.robomaster.com/en-US/resource/pages/announcement/1190
3. Considering the impact of the cancellation of the Regional Competition (International Division) on the material discounts available to teams, the RMOC will provide additional discounts to all teams from Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan and overseas that have successfully registered for RMUC 2021. For details, please refer to the table below. This privilege bears no relationship with whether you are participating in the RMUL 2021 (North America Site) or not. Apart from this, teams that participate in the RMUL 2021 (North America Site) will not receive other additional discounts on materials.
For more information, please see: https://www.robomaster.com/en-US/resource/pages/announcement/1190
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