Come, let your robots do the running and your skills do the talking in the Robo Race this Incridea.
- A race bot will have to travel in a terrain with obstacles like humps, elevation and the bot to cross the finish line the quickest will be qualified for the next round.
- If a bot topples or goes out of the track, then it needs to start over from the previous checkpoint.
- A bot will face several difficult terrains and will have to perform a few tasks, and based on the time taken to cross the finish line completing all the tasks, the winner will be declared.
- The robot’s dimensions should not exceed 30cm x 30cm x 25cm (l x b x h).
- The weight of the bot should not exceed 3 kgs. A tolerance of 5% is acceptable.
- The robot can be powered on board or off the board.
- The potential difference between any two electrical points on the bot must not exceed 24 volts throughout the run.
- The organisers will not be responsible for any kind of electromagnetic interference in wireless communications.
Rules and Regulations:
- A team must consist of 4 members.
- All the participants must be from the same college.
- Participants must present a physical college ID card and PID to participate in the event.
- An individual cannot be a member of more than 1 team.
- A robot cannot be shared by 2 or more teams.
- The robots cannot be constructed out of ready-made kits available in the market.
- The robot should follow the specifications provided. Any deviation from the mentioned specifications will lead to disqualifications.
- No practice run will be allowed on the main track.
- Both wired and wireless bots are allowed.
- The team to complete the whole track in the least amount of time will be the winner.
- The structure of the robot must not be changed during the competition.
- If the robot falls off of any obstacle or is immobile, it will be placed back at the previous checkpoint crossed with a penalty.
- Pulling the robot with connected wires on track will lead to disqualification.
- The robot should not be disassembled until the results are declared.
- The time measured by the organisers will be final.
- If the participant misbehaves or does not obey the rules and regulations of the event, the coordinators have the right to disqualify the participants.
- The decisions of the organisers will be final. The organisers have the right to change the rounds and the rules on the day of the event.