Who should I contact to get in touch with EuRoC organisation?

All communications regarding any subject should be addressed to, any other means will not be considered.

Is EuRoC an worldwide competition?

Even though it is a declared goal of the EuRoC organisers to include teams worldwide, due to the current limitations only teams from countries in the following organisations will be admitted to EuRoC: EU, EEA and ESA.
(Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom).

Where can I find all the technical documents (e.g., Rules & Requirements) refering to the next edition?

All the necessary documents will be released in due time in the documents tab.

How and when can I have access to the teams’ area?

Accepted teams will be granted access after the completion of the registration period.

Where can I find a timeline with the main deadlines?

A rough timeline can be found in the EuRoC documents (e.g., Rules & Requirements and Launch Operations Guide). A more detailed timeline, with specific deadlines can be found at the Teams Area.

Where can I find the motors list and technical questionnaire?

The motor list and technical questionnaire can be found in the Teams Area.

How can I order EuRoC motors and related propulsion components?

The instructions for the acquisition of COTS motors and related propulsion components will be available in the Teams Area in due time.

Can a team change the team composition after registration?

Closer to the event date, teams will be allowed to submit the final team composition. Only small changes in number will be allowed, when applying, teams shall submit the most reasonable number of team members. Changes of the team members itself, while maintaining the total amount of team members can be done limitlessly.