US Open – Rescue Robot League Competition (
Summary: RAPTOR won both the Advanced Mobility and Autonomy classes and placed 3rd in the RoboRescue general competition
RoboCupRescue – World Championship and Symposium
July 13-19, 2005
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Last revised: 4-5-05