The European Rover Challenge is an annual international space & robotics competition. It brings together teams from universities worldwide to compete in tasks similar to those performed by rovers on Mars and the Moon. The event combines a rover design competition with scientific and technological shows and workshops.
The ERC offers a valuable opportunity for students looking to advance their careers in the engineering and robotics industries. The ERC is designed to be a benchmark for planetary robotic activities and a platform for professional career development. It allows students to improve their competencies and gain real-world experience in their field. Participating in the ERC enables students to showcase their skills and knowledge to a broader audience, including representatives of the science and business communities and potential employers. The interdisciplinary nature of the ERC provides a holistic and comprehensive approach to exploring the challenges and opportunities in the space industry.
The competition is divided into two separate formulas: on-site & remote. Participants can enter one or both formulas. Each formula demands a dedicated approach and challenges participating teams with different tasks. Learn more about competition tasks here: ERC Robotics Competition.
On-site formula rulebook is available here: LINK
|[ON-SITE] competition status:||Registration is open!|
|[REMOTE] competition status:||Registration is planned to be open in April ’23|