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Robotics Premier League

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Robotics Premier League

About Event

  • Robotics Premier League is a technical event in the Illuminati-2019. It is based on the robotics concept in which participating teams have to play with their robots. This event consists of two rounds. In round 1 and 2 both, two teams will play at a time. Robots of both the teams will start moving on a track from start point to the end point of respective round 1 or 2. During the journey robot has to drop ball in the holes and collect the points for successful ball drop within given time limit. Based on the judging criteria, teams will be shortlisted for round 2 and the final winner. This event will be organized in the open ground.

Facilities By ITMU

  • A track on which robots have to play the event.

Rules and Regulations

Rules for Round-1:

  • Game will be played between two teams at a time.
  • Robots of the two teams have to start from their respective starting Which team will play from which side will be decided by tossing a coin.
  • On the track few holes are included (highlighted on the edge of the track). Robot has to drop balls available near to holes in the respective holes, done on the same path.
  • For each successful ball drop, team will get points.

Rules for Round-2:

  • Game will be played between two teams at a time.
  • Robots of the two teams have to start from their respective starting Which team will play from which side will be decided by tossing a coin.
  • On the track few holes are included (highlighted on the edge of the track). Robot has to drop balls available near to holes in the respective holes, done on the same path.
  • For each successful ball drop, team will get points.
  • Arena for round 2 will be different from round 1.

 

General rules:

  • The maximum dimension of robot is 30x30x30 (lxbxh) cm.
  • The robot may be either wired or wireless.
  • The electrical voltage anywhere in the robot should not be more than 24V (summation of all batteries should be less than or equal to 24V) at any point of time.
  • Battery must be on board for wired and wireless both.
  • Robot weight (Including batteries of robot) should not exceed 6 Kg.
  • The robot must not be made from Lego parts or any ready-made assembly kits. If so found, then it will be disqualified.
  • Each team must put a sticker containing robot name on the robot such that it is visible.
  • Teams should bring their own extra batteries to avoid inconvenience.
  • External supply will not be provided by the organizers.
  • The robot must use only electric power as the source of energy for driving itself. The robot CANNOT use any other source of energy.
  • No robot should cause any damage to the arena. If any robot is found doing so, the team shall be directly disqualified.
  • Unlimited hand touches will be provided but total number of hand touches will be counted in the judging criteria.
  • In any case, decision taken by judges will be considered as final.

 

Judging/screening criteria:

 

  • First criteria to be considered is the maximum points collected by team by dropping the ball in respective holes.

 

  • If points are equal then second criteria to be considered is minimum time taken to reach to end points of the respective rounds.

 

  • If this is also same for both teams, third criteria to be considered is the minimum number of hand touches taken by the team.

 

  • And if total number of hand touches are also same then fourth criteria to be considered is the maximum check points crossed by the team.

 

*Rules may subject to change.

Contact Details

  • Pritesh Kukadia

M: 9558231534  Email: Pritesh.kukadia@itmuniverse.ac.in

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