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I try to find RobotX 2018 communication protocols document.
But, I could not found.
Please tell me where it is.

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You asked and we delivered! Check out the Preliminary Rules & Tasks for the 2018 RobotX Challenge HERE:

Hi there! At the RobotX Forum last year Dec, it was presented by Nvidia that they had partnered up with Robonation to offer a discount on the TX2. Can I check how we can go about purchasing one with the discount? Thanks!

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Hello RobotX Teams,

RoboNation is happy to release the 2018 Maritime RobotX Challenge Task Summary.

We are counting on your feedback to make this a positive experience for all.

Please do not hesitate to contact me with your invaluable questions, comments or concerns.

RoboNation team would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Hitesh V. Patel

Question for all the teams and the organizers:
Last year we had a lot of trouble with datalink interference. Because most teams used 5.8 and/or 2.4 Ghz links, everybody was interfering with each other and many teams had trouble with datalink integrity. We would like to suggest early that we utilize assigned channels at each of these frequencies. Is everybody in favor of this?

Will the ASV status indicator lights continue to be limited to stack orientation? As long as we maintain 360-degree visibility and stick to the color standard, are we open to investigating other options? There are other solutions that can be bigger, brighter, and more visible.

Another question from our team: What's the policy going to be for deployed subvehicle e-stop?
- Does it need to e-stop if the ASV does?
- Does it need it's own e-stop button on the subvehicle?
- Does it need it's own remote e-stop?

Today is the LAST day to inform us on your intent to submit a paper for the Maritime RobotX Forum. Come be a part of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity!

Contact Julianna Smith at for details on participating! #RobotX #RoboNation

The first ever Maritime RobotX Forum will be held this December in SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA! Invitations were emailed, inviting you and/or your team to submit a paper. Authors of selected papers will be given the opportunity to present during the Forum. If you or your team are interested in participating, contact Julianna Smith at for details. You don’t want to pass up this opportunity! #RobotX #RoboNation
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