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Steve -

I’d guess that the intent is that Mission Models can never be “attachments” (R10) so part of the truck would have to cross into base, but there may be an opportunity to clarify the rules for a certain specific situation.  The robot is permitted (R10) to capture, on its own, a mission module in such a way as to violate the “gravity test”.  It is unclear whether the mission model becomes an “attachment” at that point (at least from a colloquial view).  Have I missed an applicable rule again or is this just one of those areas that needs clarification?

Stuart

From: Viquar Shaikh 
Sent: Tuesday, September 27, 2011 9:52 AM
To: [log in to unmask] 
Subject: Re: [VADCFLL-L] Items in base

Hi Stephen

What about the robot pulling the farm truck or refrigerated truck. In this scenario, the robot is pulling these objects and crosses in to base - can the team then hold the robot which is in base and pull the truck or trailer, which is 'attached' to the robot, in to base and then pick up the truck or trailer?? 

Thanks
Viquar
Team #1371



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