The participants have to design and construct an autonomous or automatically (Wireless) controlled robot, capable of fighting a one-on-one tournament.
The robot must fit into a square box of 30cm (no height limitation). The design to stretch a robot’s body or its parts shall not be entertained, after the verification of the robot.
The robot must not exceed 5kg of weight.
The robot must be controlled autonomously or automatically (Only wirelessly controlled). All power supply must be on-board. AC power supply will not be provided, except for charging the battery (in breaks only).
Maximum of 12 Volts power supply will be provided
- Two teams will start the game, by fighting with each other.
- If the opponent robot is pushed out of the arena or flipped, then the other team wins the round.
- There will be three rounds for two minutes each, and the robot which wins most of the rounds will qualify for the further matches.
- In case both the robots fall out, the team which falls last wins the round.
- Arena will be circular, with a radius of 1 .5meters.
- The boundary of the arena will have a white line which is 5 cm thick.
- The playing region of the arena will be black in colour.
- The arena will be at an elevation of 15 cm from the ground.
- There will be no other boundaries around the arena.
RULES AND REGULATIONS
- The robots must be submitted one hour prior to the competition, for the specifications to be verified.
- Maximum prominence will be given to autonomous bots.
- Ready-made toy cars are not allowed.
- Robot must be as per the given specifications. A tolerance of 10% can be allowed in any one dimension of the robot (length/breadth).
- The robot should not damage the arena.
- If any technical problem occurs during the battle, then the team will be given one technical timeout of 60 seconds, after which the match will resume.
- The robot must not leave behind any of its parts during the fight; else it will result in disqualification.
- No components will be provided by the fighter bot team. ???
- Unethical behaviour could lead to disqualification. Faculty-coordinators have the right to take the final decision on any matter during the event.
- The decision of the Judges will be final.
- Certificates will be given to all the participants.
- Any mechanical (only) attacking can be used and the attacking mechanism should be fixed to the robot. Aerial attacks are not entertained.
- Magnetic/Electric attacks, liquid and signal jammers are not allowed
ELIGIBILITY (TEAM REQUIREMENTS)
- Each team can have maximum four members. Students from different institutes can form a team.
- Each member of the team must carry the identity card of his/her institution.
- 1st Prize – Rs.7500/-
- 2nd Prize – Rs.5000/-
- 3rd Prize – Rs.2500/-