The team that wins this year’s edition of the European Rover Challenge can expect an esteemed award. Winners will take part in a prestigious AMADEE-2020 analog mission organized by Austrian Space Forum on Arabian Peninsula. The robotics project which wins ERC 2018 will become the official martian rover of this mission. Members of the awarded team will participate in a full cycle of terrain missions simulating those performed on Mars and will be involved in creating regulations and safety procedure for this experiment.
Furthermore, all teams which place in the top 3 will receive additional awards from ERC partners and have the unusual chance to impress and network with representatives of technology, space and robotics who come to the European Rover Challenge every year looking for young, brave and talented people.