Our RCJ Line Submission Video shows the process of the RCJ Project.
The process can be shown through the SDLC Cycle, Software Development Life Cycle, which is used by many software engineers in the real world.
The SDLC Cycle is represented in five steps: Planning and Requirement Analysis, Design, Implementation, Testing, and Problems and Solutions
For Planning and Requirement Analysis, our group was making decisions on what parts to use along with making a flowchart to sketch out how to accomplish the tasks in the first room.
For the Design phase, our group made decisions on the parts we were going to use along with 3D modeling and printing the parts that we needed.
For the Implementation phase, we were starting to use the parts that we had to full functionality and we coded the majority of the tasks in the first room.
For the Testing phase, we tested the code that we ran and took videos of the code working on the robot.
Finally for the Problems and Solutions, we sketched out problems that we had and found solutions to as well as existing problems that we could not fix due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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RCJ Rescue would like to hold a virtual presentation event to have some conclusion to the 2020 RoboCupJunior year for rescue Line and rescue Maze. The idea of this virtual event is to have a formal opportunity for teams present their excellent work within the RCJ rescue community in a condensed form, and to have some sense of closure to the year.
Participating teams will create a video about their progress and work, which will be made available for other teams to host discussions and gain inspiration for the future.
While awards cannot be issued by the RoboCup Federation, teams participating will be recognised by the RCJ Rescue TC/OC committees and a range of awards will be given for outstanding presentations.