RoboCET

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A user-built bot must complete several tasks, as given below.
The bot to complete all tasks within shortest time wins. Bots may be remotely controlled or wired. Bot dimensions should not exceed 25cm x 25cm x 25cm.

Task 1
Multiple cubical blocks of size (5cm * 5cm * 5cm)will have to be moved from one position to their marked destinations along any one of several specified paths.

Task 2
Cuboid blocks of size 7cm width, 5cm length and 7cm height must be picked up and dropped to fill a ravine across which the bot must then move over to the next area.

Task 3
Cylindrical Blocks of 10cm diameter and 8cm height must be picked up from various locations on the arena ( two on level ground, one from top of a ramp) and placed on a rotating disc according to its colour.
Note: The dimensions given are maximum values
You can download the full problem statement here

1. The bot that completes all tasks within shortest time wins.
2. Bots may be remotely controlled or wired.
3. Bot dimensions should not exceed 25cm x 25cm x 25cm.
4. Decisions of the competition committee is final and binding.

Gopika Maniprasad-9446353861
Sivoh CN-8943287787

Prize ₹ 15000

Drishti Soccer League

Where wars are played, not waged

Get your bots ready to bring home the Drishti Soccer League cup - Build them to be fast and strong to bring down a storm of skill upon your opponents!
Prizes totaling ₹20k await the winners!
The ball will be placed on the center of the field, with the competing bots on either side protecting their goal post and trying to score goals. The teams will be divided into separate pools, details of which will announced before the tournament.
5 minutes of warm-up time will be provided to each team for pre-game setup and testing. Each match is of 6 minutes duration with an extra time of 3 minutes in case of a tie. Winners from each pool will be promoted to higher levels. At the beginning of a game, the ball is placed at the centre of the field, with the bots placed in front of their respective goal posts.
You can view and download the Problem statement and complete Rulebook here

General Participation Rules
1. A team may consist of maximum of 5 members. Students from different institutes may form a team.
2. Ready-made LEGO kits are not allowed. However, ready-made gear assemblies and development boards may be used.
3. Teams will have to report at least 15 minutes before the time slot allotted to them at the beginning of the event, failing to do so may result in disqualification.
4. No last-minute repairs will be allowed in the arena. However, each team can take a time-out of 2 minutes once during a match.
5. Bots would be checked for their safety before the match and may be discarded if found unsafe for other team or spectators.
6. Organisers reserve the rights to change the rules at any point of time as they deem fit.

Georgian Sunil-8921734507
Sebin Baby-9495019455

Prize ₹ 20000

Drishti Combat League

Design and build a sturdy, rugged remote controlled bot that can hit and take hits. The bots can be wired or wireless - the choice is yours.
Each bot must be capable of fighting a one-on-one combat.
The tournament will be based on Knock-out with Match pools assigned immediately before battle.

Machine specifications:-
1. The robot should fit inside a box of 50x50x30 cm.
2. The weight of the bot should not exceed 20 kg.
3. The bot can be wired or wireless.All the wires should be stacked as a single unit.
4. If wired, the length of the wire should not exceed 5m.
5. Power supply can be on board/off board.
6. Pneumatic supply (if any) should be strictly on board.
7. The bot should not be build from lego parts or any other ready made kit.
8.The robot can have flippers, lifting devices.Use of cutters
9. Machine with any fire, fluid, electromagnet etc. will be disqualified.
10.The voltage difference at any point in the bot at any time should not exceed 24V.
11. The mode of mobility can be rolling (wheels,tracks). Jumping, Hopping and Flying are not allowed.

Rules:-
1. Maximum of 4 students per team.
2. Inter college teams are allowed.
3. Machines are not allowed to leave any loose parts in the arena.
4. In case of disputes, the decision of event in-charge will be final.
5. Organizers posses the right to change part of rules if necessary.
6. Spot registrations are allowed.

Violation of any the above rules will lead to disqualification.

Georgian Sunil-8921734507
Philip Varghese-9744041161

Prize ₹ 30000

Line Tracer

The competition is conducted as two levels.
In the first level, the bot must complete a line track in minimum time.The track consists of acute angles, obtuse angles, right angles and smooth curves.Top five teams completing the 1st round will be promoted to the next round.
The second round is a 'Trap the rat' track.This round consists of a line following track with black and white stripes blocking the path, representing rats and rat traps respectively.The bot must indicate the detection of the rat and the trap by sounding a buzzer/LED.The objective of the bot is to count the number of rats and rat traps and to indicate the number of free rats (No. of rats - No. Of traps) using a buzzer/LED/other methods. Time taken to complete the task will be considered only if the indicated answer is correct.

1. Only five teams will participate in round 2.
2. The method used to indicate the number of free rats in round 2 will be put under scrutiny by the Competition committee to prevent any malpractice.
3. Please don't use ready-made bot-kits for the competition - you will be disqualified.
4. The bot must fit in a box of 20 cm x 20 cm x 20 cm
5. Inter-college teams are allowed.
6. Decisions of the competition committee is final and binding.

Georgian Sunil-8921734507
Philip Varghese-9744041161

Prize ₹ 12000

Dirt Racer

Get ready to run. The faster you run the sooner you're done. A smooth race never made a skillful racer and to take care of that we bring you the Dirt Arena. The bot must maneuver off road tracks with hard terrains, slopes, mud and sand.
Remember - The objective is to complete the lap in minimum time.

A team can consist a maximum of 4 members.Inter college teams are allowed.
The bot should fit into a box of 50 x 50 x 40 cm.
Weight of the bot should not exceed 10 kg.
Bots made from ready made kits will be disqualified.
Extra points will be awarded for wireless bots.
In case of wired bots, the wire must stay slack at all times.
Running off track will result in penalty.
Teams must bring their own power supply.
Authorities will not be responsible, if any damage occur to the bot.
In case of disputes, the decision of event in-charge will be final.
Organizers posses the right to change part of rules if necessary.
The arena will be revealed only at the venue.

Anoop K R-9447162954
Amal Ashok-7012965233

Prize ₹ 15000