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C-ELROB 2009 - 4th European Land-Robot Trial June 2009 in Oulu, Finland
Dear participants, spectators, and roboticists,
We would like to invite you to participate in the Civilian European Land-Robot Trial 2009 (C-ELROB 2009).
Featured scenarios this time:
1. Reconnaissance and surveillance
2. Transport - Mule
3. Camp security
4. Autonomous navigation
Facing the user, the "European Land-Robot Trial (ELROB)" is organised in order to provide an overview of the European state-of-the-art in the field of UGVs/UAVs with focus on short-term realizable robot systems.
ELROB is explicitly designed to assess current technology to solve problems at hand, using whatever strategy to achieve it.
ELROB is presenting cutting edge robotics technology, applied to real world applications, that will shape the direction of research for the short and medium term.
With regard to available capabilities, the organisers seek to promote innovative technical approaches that will enable the operation of unmanned vehicles.
For more information please visit the web-page www.c-elrob.eu
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