Robotics and Automation EVENTS

Rally Race

Description

The event will be robot car rally race. The whole race track will be divided in 3 different parts, pertaining different kinds of challenges. These parts would be namely: THE OFF-ROAD ZONE – The track in this part would be designed such that it tests the robot’s ability to transverse through rough terrain. Robots will be challenged with rocks, debris, mud and all other sorts of off road challenges such as high and low passes. THE HIGH MANOEUVRE ZONE – The track in this part would be designed to check the manoeuvring ability of the assigned bot. The track here would involve frequent sharp turns and cuts. THE SPEED ZONE – This part of the track would be a drag race where the assigned robot’s only skill should be being fast. With some turns here and there this will be the fastest part of the track. The event would be a timed event, with teams with less overall track time proceeding to further rounds. This would be a team event with maximum 3 participants from one team (lesser participants per team allowed). Multiple teams from a single college can participate in the event.

Rules

  1. The robots participating in the event can be wired as well as wireless. For wireless systems, teams are advised to use dual frequency remotes to avoid radio conflict.
  2. There is no bar on the power source employed in any robot. The cars can be powered by any source of power like Li-ion, Li-Po batteries.
  3. The dimensions for the robot are restricted at ‘25cm x 15cm’. The robot should fall completely within these parameters. There is no bar on the weight or the height of the robot. Failure to comply within these parameters would incur penalty.
  4. Kit robots are prohibited.
  5. Robots participating should only traverse on ground, therefore robots having hovercraft configuration are prohibited.

Prize

Prize Worth: 6000.00

Details

Date: Feb. 9, 2018
Venue: TBA
Registration Fees: 300.00 Per Team

Contact

Uditya Tyagi - 9560019719




RoboSoccer

Description

Soccer in itself is a sport that stands for a challenge and we’re taking this to the next level. Come, challenge your bot making skills. Not just that, you’re going to need a pinch of your soccer strategy coupled with your bot to secure a goal in this one. Think you have what it takes to emerge as a champion?

Rules

  1. The game will 1 vs 1, only one bot from each team would be in the arena.
  2. The arena has a dimension of 7*4 ft.
  3. The dimension of bot should be no more than 25*18 cm.
  4. Max voltage that can be used is 12V.
  5. The bot can be wired or wireless.
  6. There is no constraint on height, but weight cannot be more than 1.25 kg.

Prize

Prize Worth: 5000.00

Details

Date: Feb. 9, 2018
Venue: TBA
Registration Fees: 100.00 Per Team

Contact

Uditya Tyagi - 9560019719




Line Follower

Description

Create your own bot and let it follow a black line. Seems simple enough? Then think again, because only the very best can survive the complex tracks filled with crazy twists and turns. This event with fully automated bots is not for the weak. What you need is a set of very special skills. The stakes are real and so is the challenge. So give your bot a brain of its own and witness your creation following the path of glory.The objective of this contest is to complete the track in the shortest period of time while accurately tracing the line from Start to Finish.

Rules

  1. All teams must bring their own Robots. Each team can consist of maximum three members.
  2. Robot will have to pass an inspection prior to the competition.
  3. Time will be counted from starting point to finish point. A robot is deemed to have crossed the line when the forward most wheel, track, or leg of the robot contacts or crosses over the line.
  4. Robot can be powered up by using an on-board rechargeable battery or external DC power supply. Power supply should not exceed 12V in any case.
  5. Skip Rule: A maximum of 3 skips are allowed, in which a participant can pick up the bot from where it loses the line and can keep it on the line where it was lost, or at any earlier (already traversed) point.
  6. Manual touch other than used for skip is not allowed. If robot is touched manually it will be counted as a skip.
  7. Robots have to stay on the ground. Thus they may not fly or jump.
  8. Combustion engines are not allowed because of noise and exhaust gas.
  9. Claims because of changing lighting conditions in the room or flash lights of photographers won't be accepted. Participants have to face these "disturbances"". However the arena will be indoors (No Sunlight).
  10. Equipment which harms or disturbs another robot (e.g. jammer, light flash, interfering ultrasonic or infrared transmitter) are forbidden. Disturbances or assistance caused by intervention of humans during a competition are forbidden, as well.
  11. Decision of the judges/moderators would be final in all cases.

    SCORING PATTERN:
  1. There will maximum of 5 rounds.
  2. Tracks differ from round to round and difficulty of track increases compared with previous round.
  3. The bot which completes the track in less time is considered as the winner of the round.
  4. Skip Penalty: A 10-second penalty for each Skip.
    BOT SPECIFICATIONS:
  1. Robot has to operate autonomously and should not be remote-controlled. All systems (like sensors, power supply, data-processing and control-systems) have to completely reside on the robot.
  2. Robot should fit in a box of dimensions 30cmx30cmx30cm.
  3. The autonomous bot should not separate or split into two or more units. All bots/units which are touching each other or are in the starting point will be considered as one bot.
  4. Machine cannot be constructed using readymade Lego kits or any readymade mechanism. But they can make use of readymade gear assemblies. Violating this clause will lead to disqualification of the team.
    COURSE SPECIFICATIONS:
  1. The line following course consists of a white colour background with a line of black colour (1.5-inch width).
  2. There shall be a starting area at the beginning of the course and an exit area at the end. The line course starts inside the starting area and ends inside the exit area.
  3. The line course may have 1 or more sharp right-angle and also may contain loops.
  4. The track may have +/- 5 degrees of inclination.

Prize

Prize Worth: 5000.00

Details

Date: Feb. 9, 2018
Venue: TBA
Registration Fees: 300.00 Per Team

Contact

Uditya Tyagi - 9560019719




Bot Beats Piano

Description

Make a 4 armed bot that can play Arduino game " Piano Tile Solver". The highest scoring bot takes the trophy.

Rules

    Team Size : 4
    Specifications:
  1. Screen Size - 5.5”
  2. Screen Type - Capacitive touch
  3. Gameplay - Christmas Rhapsody(Piano Tiles 2)
  4. Microcontroller - Arduino Uno or Arduino Mega(Can totally be made with Analog Circuits)

Prize

Prize Worth: 4000.00

Details

Date: Feb. 9, 2018
Venue: TBA
Registration Fees: 200.00 Per Team

Contact

Keshav Chandak - 8130984493




Solve the Circuit

Description

The circuit is made, resistances are set, capacitors on the way. It is a game of common sense coupled with a need for curiosity. Get wired and solve the circuit and find your way through the hunt to seal the deal on this one.

Rules

  1. Total Rounds :4
  2. Team Size:4
  3. 1st Round will test your common sense, giving clue for the 2nd, that will test the knowledge on circuit analysis, giving clue to 3rd and final round, that will be based on the knowledge coding.

Prize

Prize Worth: 3000.00

Details

Date: Feb. 9, 2018
Venue: TBA
Registration Fees: 50.00 Per Team

Contact

Keshav Chandak - 8130984493