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# ROBOT AUTONOMOUS SUMO

1. OBJECTIVE

Participants are required to build an autonomous, self-contained mobile robot that is able to
push its opponent out of the specified ring according to the tournament rules. Robot handlers are to
start the robot with the press of a single button.

2. ROBOT SPECIFICATIONS

2.1. Dimensions and Weight

The size of the robots shall not exceed 20cm (length) x 20cm (width). There is no height restriction
and it may take any shape and size once the match begins.
The weight of the robot shall not exceed 1 kg.

2.2. Restrictions on robot Design

1. The robot must not have a device that interferes with the sensor operation of its opponent. e.g.
Jammer, strobe light, laser & etc.
2. Robots shall not damage the arena deliberately.
3. Robots shall not throw liquid or powder or other substances at the opponent.
4. Robots shall not employ any flammable devices as a weapon.
5. Robots should not secure itself on the ring surface by using, suction cups, diaphragms, sticky
treads, glue or other such devices.
6. Projectile weapons or saw-blades are prohibited.

2.3. Robot Control

The robot shall be autonomous. No external form of control or any external intervention is
allowed. The Robot is to be started with a single Toggle-type switch.

2.4. Labelling

All robots must be labeled with their team names on the front of the robot. The minimum font
size is Arial 24.

2.5. Clearing of Debris

Fallen items from the robots shall be removed after each match.

# ROBOT RC SUMO

1. Objective

Participants are required to build a self-contained mobile robot that is able to push its opponent out of the specified ring in according to the tournament rules. Robot handlers are to operate their robots through the radio-controlled console.

2. ROBOT SPECIFICATIONS

2.1. Dimensions and Weight
The size of the robots shall not exceed 20cm (length) x 20cm (width). There is no height restriction and it may take any shape and size once the match begins.
The weight of the robot shall not exceed 1 kg for senior league and robot shall not exceed 0,5 kg for junior league
(excluding the radio-controlled console used by the robot handler)

2.2. Don’ts in the Design

  • Do not disturb the opponent’s radio-control by putting a jamming device in the robot.
  • Robots shall not damage the arena deliberately.
  • Robots shall not throw liquid or powder or other substances at the opponent.
  • Robots shall not employ any flammable devices as a weapon.
  • Robots should not secure itself on the ring surface by using, suction cups, diaphragms, sticky treads, glue or other such devices.
  • Projectile weapons or saw-blades are prohibited.

2.3. Radio-controlled Frequencies

  • The radio-controlled frequencies shall only be FM 27 MHz or 2.4GHz Digital Spectrum Modulation (DSM).
  • Participants who are using FM 27MHz must be capable of operating in any of its frequency bands. Participants are allowed up to two changes in frequency bands in a game. If the robot failed to proceed after the second band change, it shall be retired from the game.

2.4. Labelling
All robots must be labeled with of their team names on the front of the robot. The minimum font size is Arial 24.

2.5. Clearing of Debris
Fallen items from the robots shall be removed after each match.

 

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