A platform to show your maneuverability skills performing picking & placing objects.
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What to do
Create a manually operated wired or wireless robot that can move and pick blocks with dimensions 8cm*8cm*8cm and perform simple task such as grabbing and shifting of blocks.
- Team wise registration fee is 2000/- for this competition.
- Initially robots must fit within a cuboid of 350X2800X300(lxwxh) [in mm].
- Flippers, grippers and other mechanism (if any) should be well within the given dimensions.
- The Robot must be stable and able to move on its own. A Robot, not fulfilling these criteria will be disqualified.
- The robot should not have any mechanism that can damage the arena in any manner.
- The robots shall be inspected before the event. Failing the inspection shall lead to disqualification.
- The wire used to power/feed the robot should remain slack at all times.
- The voltage difference between any two points in the robot must not exceed 24 volts.
- Pneumatic/Hydraulic/Cutter/Projectile/Entanglement etc. mechanism are NOT allowed.
- Wireless Control- If you are using a home built control system, or a control system which is not commercially available, you must first clear it with the Managers,General rules General rules:-
- Each team can have maximum 5 participants.
- A Team may consist of students from different colleges.
- No damage should be made by a robot to the arena or to other team’s robots during the match in any manner.
- robots should not be disassembled until the result is declared.
- The organizers reserve the right to change the rules and/or arena as they deem fit.
- When a team is called for match, they must report within five minutes.
- 230volt AC power supply will be given by the event manager. Ready-made chassis and use of LEGO is not allowed.
- Judges/managers decision will be final. Human interventions:-
- For a minimum of 2 human interventions there will be no penalty. But for each of the human intervention made afterwards they will be penalized with 20 points.
- Human intervention shall not exceed more than 5 seconds and during human intervention the robot must remain in the Arena. The robot should be placed back at the same place where the human intervention was made.
- A maximum of 10 Human interventions will be allowed beyond which the teams willbe disqualified.
- If the human intervention exceeds 5 seconds it will bensidered as a time out and the rules of Time out will come into effect .
- Bypassing any hurdle will cause deduction of 10 points. Note: There is no hard and fast rule distinguishing between a human intervention and time out the decision of the JUDGE PANEL will be final.
Round one :-
- Point system:-
- For picking any box 10 points will be awarded
- 20 points will be awarded on successfully in crossing the first ramp(smooth finished).
- For crossing the roller with box 50 points will be awarded.
- 20 points will be awarded on successfully in crossing the second ramp.
- For placing one box at the drop point 50 points will be awarded.
- Game time 5 minutes for first this round
- If you complete full task in less time remaining time will be added to your score.
Round two :-
- Your robot should start from start point.
- Cross the hurdles meet the check point, 150 points will be rewarded.
- After first check point your robot should pickup box and cross the ramp and mud area and drop the block in slot,100 points will be rewarded
- Cross the hanging bridge 50 points will be rewarded if robot successfully crosses the bridge.
- After crossing the bridge there will be marble section which carries 70 points .
- Crossing the second ramp which carries 50 points.
- And for the pyramid formation 150 points will be rewarded. Game time 12minutes for this round
- If you complete full task in less time, remaining time will be added to your score
You can mail your queries or you can contact any of the following co-ordinators personally: