RoboFinist 2019

Competitions

1 . Narrow Line Follower: Educational Sets



Narrow Line Follower — a competition for the quickest. The winner is the owner of the robot that went along the track with all turns and obstacles in the shortest time. 

The robots, which take part in this competition, must be constructed with educational sets. The full list of educational sets is available in general rules.



6 . The Journey: Junior



«The Journey» — this competition unites several classic exercises, which robot should do in the certain order and without stopping. 

In 5 minutes a robot has to: follow the line, drive round the obstacles, solve the labyrinth, overcome the slide and also kick all cans out of the ring. The winner is the owner of the robot that got the largest amount of points while running over the track.



7 . The Journey: High



«The Journey» — this competition unites several classic exercises, which robot should do in the certain order and without stopping. 

In 5 minutes a robot has to: follow the line, drive round the moving obstacles, solve the labyrinth, overcome the inverse line and also kick all but one cans out of the ring. The last can must be returned to the start position by passing through all the obstacles in the reverse order.

The winner is the owner of the robot that got the largest amount of points while running over the track.



8 . Lego Sumo (15 x 15 cm, 1 kg)



Sumo — this competition is for the steadiest. Your goal is to create a robot that is able to kick a robot-competitor out of the ring.

The robots, which take part in this competition, must be constructed with educational sets. The full list of educational sets is available in general rules.



9 . Mini Sumo (10 x 10 cm, 500 g)



Mini Sumo — this competition is for the steadiest. Your goal is to create a robot that is able to kick a robot-competitor out of the ring.

The robots, which take part in this competition, may have any construction with the size no more than 10x10 cm.



10 . Micro Sumo (5 x 5 cm, 100 g)



Micro Sumo — this competition is for the steadiest. Your goal is to create a robot that is able to kick a robot-competitor out of the ring. 

The robots, which take part in this competition, may have any construction with the size no more than 5x5 cm.



11 . Humanoid Sumo



The winner in this competition is the strongest and cunning robot. The participants should create a humanoid robot, teach him moves and grips in order to beat and kick a robot-competitor out of the ring. 

Only humanoid robots can take part in this competition.



12 . Relay Race



Relay Race, first of all, is a team-building competition. The participants need to build two robots and program them so they could pass each other a baton in a special zone.

Execution time is 5 minutes. Robots need to make as many passes as they can.



13 . Corridor Rally



The participants will meet in a rough four-wheeled robot race. The goal of the robot is to race through meandering corridor from start to finish, trying not to hit the borders of the track. The winners of the first stage will compete head-to-head against the finalists. The one, who can overtake competitor and first gets to finish, is the winner.



14 . Puck collecting



An important mission for smart robots: to deliver supplies to the base! Supplies are presented as red and blue pucks. Two robots do collecting at the same time. The goal is to collect pucks of the certain color and deliver them to its home base quicker than the opponent.



15 . Arkanoid



«Arkanoid» arcade game was released in 1986. Since then not only people can play it, but robots too. The participants need to build a robot that can fight off the beats of the opponent with use of computer vision and move around the lath. The aim is to goal as many balls as you can.



16 . Air Race



Air Race is the drone competition. The participants need to construct a robot that will be able to accomplish tasks without touching the ground or hitting air obstacles. 

The goal is to fly over the field as many times as possible. Although it’s quite difficult to do, because the flight trajectory is in a shape of «eight»/«infinity».



17 . RoboCupJunior Rescue Line



You must be very brave to become a participant of RoboСupJunior Rescue Line, because you need to build a robot that should accomplish rescue mission on its own. Robot will have to follow the line through the damaged obstacles, heights and other roughnesses in order to grab survivors and take them back to the base, where they will be provided with assistance.



18 . RoboCupJunior Rescue Maze



You must be very brave to become a participant of RoboСupJunior Rescue Maze, because you need to build a robot that should accomplish rescue mission on its own. Robot will have to solve the labyrinth overcoming the damaged obstacles, heights and other roughnesses in order to deliver supplies to the survivors.



19 . RoboCupJunior onStage



RoboCupJunior onStage allows roboticist to show their creative skills. The goal is to prepare 1-2 minutes performance with robots. It can be a dance or a theatre play, or a story, or a tale — anything comes up to your mind. You can use any number of robots and other stage props.



20 . RoboCupJunior Soccer Lightweight



There are two teams of autonomous robots which compete with each other in RoboCupJunior Soccer Lightweight. The IR-ball is used in this soccer match. The participants need to demonstrate their programming, robotics, electronics and mechanics skills and also the ability to work in a team. You need some serious preparation here!



21 . RoboCupJunior Soccer Open



There are two teams of autonomous robots which compete with each other in  RoboCupJunior Soccer Open. The participants need to demonstrate their programming, robotics, electronics and mechanics skills and also the ability to work in a team. You need some serious preparation here!



22 . RoboCup SSL Open



There are two teams of autonomous robots which compete with each other in RoboCup SSL Open. The IR-ball is used in this soccer match. The participants need to demonstrate their programming, robotics, electronics and mechanics skills and also the ability to work in a team. You need some serious preparation here!



23 . Remote Controlled Soccer 4×4



The participants need to prove themselves not only in robot construction but also in working as a team. There are 8 robots controlled by the participants competing on the field.

The field looks exactly as copy of a real soccer field. The aim is to make as many goals as possible.



27 . RTC Cup: Scout



RTC Cup — a competition with a huge field, which unites different modeled areas with various complexity: from rough terrain to disaster consequences.

The participants need to build a robot that will be able to work in conditions of extreme circumstances on difficult geographical terrain, completely replacing a human or assisting him.

Robot starts its mission at the entrance of the labyrinth and searches for an exit by traveling the chosen way.

In the «Scout» nomination the robot operator can watch its movements with his own eyes. Robot is under the remote control. There is an age limit: from 11 to 14 y.o.

During one attempt one or two robots can travel the field.

Performance of manipulation or autonomous task is required.



28 . RTC Cup: Extreme



RTC Cup — a competition with a huge field, which unites different modeled areas with various complexity: from rough terrain to disaster consequences.

The participants need to build a robot that will be able to work in conditions of extreme circumstances on difficult geographical terrain, completely replacing a human or assisting him.

Robot starts its mission at the entrance of the labyrinth and searches for an exit by traveling the chosen way. 

In the «Extreme» nomination robot operator cannot watch its movements with his own eyes, so computer vision and other measuring equipment is used. The robot is under the remote control. During one attempt only one robot can travel the field.

For age under 17:

Performance of manipulation or autonomous task is required.

For age 17+:

Performance of autonomous task is required.



29 . Freestyle category: Elementary



The most ambitious ideas of robotic projects become a reality thanks to the participants of this competition. You need to create and present your project, which will be estimated on the basis of relevance, newness, technical complexity, efficiency, presentation, esthetics, etc. 

The winner is the one who got the maximum amount of points. 

«Elementary» age group: the eldest participant of the team cannot be older than 12 y.o. in the year when competition is held.



30 . Freestyle category: Junior High



The most ambitious ideas of robotic projects become a reality thanks to the participants of this competition. You need to create and present your project, which will be estimated on the basis of relevance, newness, technical complexity, efficiency, presentation, esthetics, etc. 

The winner is the one who got the maximum amount of points. 

«Junior High» age group: the eldest participant of the team cannot be older than 13-15 y.o. in the year when competition is held.



31 . Freestyle category: High



The most ambitious ideas of robotic projects become a reality thanks to the participants of this competition. You need to create and present your project, which will be estimated on the basis of relevance, newness, technical complexity, efficiency, presentation, esthetics, etc. 

The winner is the one who got the maximum amount of points. 

«High» age group: the eldest participant of the team should be 16 y.o. or more in the year when competition is held.