Robo Racing

Fast and steady robot wins the race.

Robo Racing

Dimensions and Requirements

    The robot should fit in the dimension of 20cm x 20cm x 20cm.

    The robot should not exceed 5kg of weight.

    The robot must be controlled through wireless controller only.

    The robot must use an onboard power supply.

    The maximum potential difference between any two points must not exceed 24 Volts.

    Remote control systems available in the market may also be used.

Team Specification

    A team may consist of a maximum of 4 members.

    The participants can be from the same or different institute.

Game Arena

    The racing track will be made accordingly - start point to endpoint.

    The track might be somewhat curved, straight along with obstacle.

    The track will contain multiple obstacles like -

    • Speed Breakers
    • Water Cannel/Path
    • Elevation
    • Sand and Pebbles
    • Short Tunnel
    • Muddy Soil
    • Ladders
    • Grease

    The obstacle will be placed at any position/any distance throughout the track.

Gameplay

    All the participants’ team will be divided into pair and race is started.

    Each round will be of 5 minute and 15 min break will be given to start another race.

    The players cannot skip the obstacles, if so happen he/she will be disqualified for race.

    If the robot stops in the track for more than one minute, it will be eliminated.

    The team which reaches the end/ target point first he/she will be qualified for the next round.

    After the game has started player cannot reset/ reprogrammed the robot until the time off.

General Rule

    Robot demonstration (fully operating robot) should be shown 3 days before the competition then only the team will be registered.

    Each team is allowed to have only one manually controlled robot.

    Only one team member is allowed to operate the robot.

    Judge decision will be the final decision.

    Any changes in the rules during the gameplay will be pre-informed to the participants.

    Participants should not argue with other participants. If there is any problem then participants should contact the organizing committee.

    Participants should build their own robots by themselves. Ready-made toys are not allowed.

    Robots must be wirelessly connected.

Prizes and Certifications

The winner will be awarded the cash prize of Rs 15,000, certificate and medal.

The first runner up will be awarded the cash prize of Rs.8,000, certificate and medal.

There will be the provision of best category award for the deserving team.


Registration Details

Registration Fee: Rs.1500

Deadline: Ashad 29, 2076

Register at Nepal College of Information Technology (NCIT)

Balkumari, Lalitpur


Contact Point

For more information, please contact:

Subarna Tiwari
+977 9845706332

Rajan Maharjan
+977 9860124285