About the Organizer :
Radiance 2016 IIT Bombay
Design a robot whose task is to push the opposing robot out of the circular arena. It can push, drag, or otherwise move the opponent out of arena in given time. The robots would compete one-on-one against each other in a knock-out tournament.
• Certificate of excellence would be awarded to top 3 teams.
• Certificate of participation would be awarded to all the teams participating in the competition.
• All the members of the team must be present whole time during the event to be eligible for certificate.
March 13, 2016 - March 13, 2016
Rules and Guidelines:
• The teams will compete in one-on-one basis in a knockout format with the winning team qualifying for the next round.
• Each match will consist of 3 rounds, with a time limit of 2 minutes for each round, unless extended by the organizers.
A round ends when
i. A bot is pushed completely out of the arena
ii. A bot falls out of the arena by itself
iii. A bot is immobilized for more than 30 seconds
iv. The prescribed time limit is reached
• The team which wins more number of rounds shall win the match.
• If a match is not won by either team within the time limit, an extended round will be fought, during which the team who wins the round shall be declared the winner.
• A round shall be stopped and restarted if both robots remain stationary or entangled with each other without any perceivable progress for 10 seconds.
• A time out of 2 minute will be given in between each of the 3 rounds. Teams must prepare their robots for next round within this time interval. Teams unable to adhere to this time limit would lose the round.
• At the beginning of each round, the two robots will be placed on "Shikiri" lines. The robots should be positioned such that the straight line joining them passes through the center point of the arena.
• The robot must fit within a square box of following dimensions initially: Width: 30cm, Length: 30cm, Height: No constraint.
• The total mass of the robot must not exceed 5kgs.
• Robots can be autonomous or remote controlled. Wired or wireless remotes can be used.
• The robot should be electrically powered. The power supply must be on-board. Potential difference between any two points must not exceed 15 volts.
• For more details please see the problem statement
• All students with a valid identity card of their respective educational institutes are eligible to participate.
• Maximum of 4 members per team. Participants from different branches/ college can team up together.