HELL IN A CELL…. VENUE: CVR COLLEGE OF ENGG WAR: 14 TH AND 15 TH OF MARCH LOCATION: HYDERABAD. DESCRIPTION.
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VENUE: CVR COLLEGE OF ENGG
WAR: 14THAND 15THOF MARCH
The destruction…the thrill….here comes the much awaited, the ultimate battleground for our Robotic Gladiators as they fight in this bloodbath indulging themselves into ripping off every nut and bolt of the rival and breaking it to pieces. This CIENCIA we present our very own Robot-Wars in a fresh new avatar…..paving the way for an era of “renaissance”.
The task is to design and construct a remote controlled robot capable of fighting a one-on-one tournament. The combat robot must have easily visible and controlled mobility, operating via methods power electrically only with entire pneumatic and hydraulic setup on-board i.e. no external input from outside the arena. The bots will compete in a knockout tournament, the winner of each round moving further in the competition.
Competitors must follow rules and regulations given by the event organisers.
Special care should be taken to protect the on-board batteries and pneumatics, robot without proper protection will not be allowed to compete.
If you have a robot or weapon design that does not fit within the categories set forth in these rules or is in some way ambiguous or borderline, please contact the event organizers. Safe innovation is always encouraged, but surprising the organizers with your brilliant exploitation of a loophole may cause your robot to be disqualified before it even competes.
Each event has safety inspections. It is at their sole discretion that your robot is allowed to compete. As a builder you are obligated to disclose all operating principles and potential dangers to the inspection staff.
Proper activation and deactivation of robots is critical. Robots must only be activated in the arena, testing areas, or with expressed consent of the event coordinators.
All weapons must have a safety cover on any sharp edges.
All participants build and operate robots at their own risk. Combat robotics is inherently dangerous. There is no amount of regulation that can encompass all the dangers involved. Please take care to not hurt yourself or others when building, testing and competing.
Any kind of activity (repairing, battery handling, pneumatics systems etc.) which may damage environment should be done with the consent of organisers, otherwise it will be disqualified
All the resources provided at the time of competition from the organizers should be strictly used only after the consent of the organizers.
BEFORE THE WAR, THE BOT SHOULD BE ACCEPTED BY THE ORGANISERS
PROMOTING THE ROBOT TO THE NEXT ROUND IS DONE BY THE DECISION OF THE JUDGES BASED ON THE SUBJECTIVE RULES. ENTRY TO THE NEXT ROUND DEPEPNDS ON TOP POSITION BOTS.
This is of two rounds of game. The winner of the first round based on the rules will be moved to second round
This is a 10-min game. Winning is based on the rules given.
This is of 15-minute Game. This winning is based on the rules given. Scoring in this ARENA shown below:
Each BOT is provided with Two Blocks. The BOT-1 should try and make the BOT-2 to touch BOT-2’s blocks and vice-versa. Each hit is rewarded subjective points which is given in the rules.
And for both BOTS, a common HOLE will be there in circular shape. If the BOT-1 is thrown into the hole by the BOT-2, The BOT-2 will be win if the BOT-1 does not comes out within 10sec. If it comes out, again the game will be resumed.
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