Alliance for CoSpace Robot Education (A-CoRE)
The Alliance for CoSpace Robot Education (A-CoRE) is a global not-for-profit organization with members from over 50 regions around the world.
A-CoRE is responsible for the organization of CoSpace Challenges, notably the RoboCupJunior CoSpace Challenges since 2010 and the RoboCup Asia-Pacific (RCAP) CoSpace Challenges since 2017.
A-CoRE’s Signature Tool: CoSpaceRobot Platform
The CoSpaceRobot platform is the official platform of A-CoRE, additionally, it is also the official competition platform for both RoboCupJunior Rescue Simulation and RoboCup Asia-Pacific (RCAP) CoSpace Challenges.
A-CoRE uses the CoSpaceRobot platform to engage students and teach them about robotics, AI, and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) subjects.
In the past 10 years, the CoSpaceRobot platform has benefited over 100,000 users in over 50 regions worldwide.
The CoSpaceRobot platform consists of:
1. A real robot operating in the real world
2. A virtual robot operating in a simulated virtual world
3. An integrated system that manages the interaction between the real and virtual worlds