Undergraduate Challenge - Specification & Evaluation

             

♦ Participants are advice to from a team of up to 5 undergraduates. Any number of teams from a university/ higher education institute can enroll in the competition.

♦ All members of the team should be registered students in an undergraduate degree program at the same university or tertiary education institute,
    at the time of their participation in the competition.

♦ Each member will be asked to produce a valid identification to prove their eligibility to participate, on the day of the competition.

             

♦ The dimensions of the robot must be within 25 cm X 25 cm (length x width). There is no height restriction.

♦ The robots power supply must be internal (no external power is allowed) and maximum voltage between any pair of points
    inside the robot cannot exceed 24V at any time.

♦ The robot must be wheeled and should not split into two or more units.

♦ The robot should have a clearly indicated START switch. Once the robot is switched on it should be self-navigating;
    it should not receive any kind of inputs or aids from outside. The starting procedure should not involve
    giving the robot any manual force or impulse in any direction.

♦ Once started, the robot can expand itself (beyond the dimensions given, if necessary), provided it does not damage the arena in anyway.

♦ The robot should not leave any parts or marking in the arena at any stage. Any kind of damage to the arena
    will result in an immediate disqualification.

♦ The robot should work under any ambient lighting conditions.

 

             

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