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ROBOTiX 2010 at IIT Kharagpur, India
« on: October 07, 2009, 09:14:33 AM »
Technology Robotix Society invites all robot enthusiasts to
ROBOTiX2010
ROBOTiX is Asia's largest college level robotics fest held in IIT
Kharagpur during it's mega technomanagement fest Ksitij from 28th-31st
Jan 2010.
With the success of ROBOTiX09 which saw participation from over 1000
teams with over 2.5 lakhs worth prize money being distributed, ROBOTiX
has made its mark in the robotics community
ROBOTiX returns in a new avatar with more challenging events and over
3 lakhs to be given away in prize money.
This years event challenges participants, from colleges all around the
world, with 7 intriguing events.
8MileX- India's first outdoor ,image processing robotics event.
Participants will compete to build a robot that is able to navigate a
street and perform a series of driving manouveres.
ASME SDC- In association with American Society of Mechanical Engineers
ROBOTiX challenges participants to come up with automated solutions to
the real world problem of garbage sorting.
eXplore - Participants build robots to navigate an obstacle course and
release trapped targets. The catch? It's all underwater.
TribotX Tournament- Teams will have their resourcefullness stretched
to the limit. An event involving three tasks with the problem
statement being released just 12 hours before the task.
Xants- An online event where participants need only submit their code.
Employing concepts like swarm logic and resource optimization, sure to
get the gray cells firing.
Xplode- Robotic co-operation opens new avenues for what robots can do.
participants have to build a grid navigator which searches for mines
and relays it back to another robot which finds a path avoiding the
mines.
Xtension- Participants have to build a team of robots both manual and
autonomous to work together to cross a series of chasms.

Further details are availiable on our website
www.robotix.in

If you have a doubt please post it on our forum. We'll be happy .

The ROBOTiX Team

 


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