SUMMIT 2019 brings an exciting opportunity for all the gearheads out there. Yes, it's the DIRT RIVALS, the most awaited Roborace Competition of the era. It's a platform to test the development of your automated driving system. Race formats will feature new forms of immersive entertainment to engage the public's imagination. Winners will receive prizes worth Rs 9k. Join us at College of Engineering Chengannur on 29th March 2019 to witness this technical extravaganza.
Registration Fee: Rs 250/-
Rules & Regulations
- The team shouldn’t consist of more than 4 members.
- Each member from same college is not mandatory.
- The robot should follow the robot specifications provided; any deviation from the mentioned specifications will lead to disqualification.
- Once the race begins touches are not allowed, or you should have to start from the last checkpoint.
- If the robot moves off track, then the robot would be placed on the previous checkpoint.
- The decision of the judges will be final and abiding, Argument with judges in any form will lead to the disqualification of the team.
- The complete robot should fit in a box of dimensions- Length: 30cm, Width: 30cm, Height: 40cm.
- The robot should not weigh more than 3Kg.
- Both Wireless and Wired modes of control are allowed.
- Commercial batteries are allowed.
- Design and dimension of the robot shall not change any time during the competition.
- Chemicals, compressed gases and rockets, fuels, combustion power methods are not allowed.
- The robot must be manually controlled or semi-autonomous only.
- Use of readymade toys and commercially available kits is not allowed.
- No preference for wireless bots.
- Participants will be allowed to use maximum 24V DC power.
- To power the robots 230V, 50 Hz AC supply terminals will be made available during the event.
- Converters will not be provided.
- The robot will be first checked for size and safety.
- The robot should not cause electrical power breakdowns.
- The robot must not contain any combustible, corrosive, or otherwise dangerous materials. No explosive, compressive or expansive, either internal or external is permitted.
- Any robot whose strategy or operation is considered dangerous can be disqualified by the judge at their discretion.
- All the wires used for the control of the robot must be bundled together.
- The robot must not damage any part of the track at any time during the competition.
- The entire track will have a number of check points.
- The zone between two check points may contain various hurdles including, but not limited to, Bridges, Speed bumps, Ramps, Sand, Mud Water etc.
- The track may consist of moving and rotating portions.
- If the robot falls off the track at any point, it will be placed at the last checkpoint crossed and the time taken to place the robot back (by the team member) will also be counted to the total time. A checkpoint may be avoided after a failed attempt with time penalty. The tracks for each round may vary.
- Each team will play to complete the track in the minimum time possible by crossing all checkpoints. In case no team reaches the finish line, points will be awarded according to the number of checkpoints cleared and hurdles handled in the minimum time.
- Scoring will be at the sole discretion of the judge.
- Maximum time available to complete the track will be declared at the event location.
- The robot is not allowed to leave part(s) on the arena. In case some part of the machine falls on the arena, the penalty (including disqualification) will be based on judge’s discretion.
- In case of any dispute or violation of rules, the decision by the judge will be considered final.
- Scoring is based on the total time taken by the robot to cross the finishing line.
- The total time taken includes the time penalties the robot gets during the event.
- Further details will be provided at the event location.
- The teams which get disqualified for any violation of competition rules will not be considered for certificate.
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