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ICRA RoboMaster AI Challenge

ICRA RoboMaster AI Challenge

2019 Season

Entry Guide

FAQ

In 2019, the RoboMaster Organizing Committee will continue to host the ICRA 2019 RoboMaster AI Challenge in conjunction with the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation. The event will be held in May 2019 in Montreal, Canada.

Rules Overview

The game adopts the form of “automatic robot launching confrontation”. The venue is full of functional organs. The participating teams need to use the official robot platform to conduct motion planning and control by sensing the environmental information of the battlefield and making decisions based on the situation on the field. The fully automatic robots launch projectiles against the enemy robots. At the end of the game, the team with the highest blood of the robots won the game.

Schedule

  • Registration:December 10, 2018 – January 18, 2019

  • Technical Proposal:Before April 2019

  • Competition Days:May 2019

The ICRA 2019 RoboMaster AI Challenge is open to international universities. As long as you love robots and hope to show your talent and wisdom on the RoboMaster Robotics Competition, you can apply for registration!

Starting a team

Students from colleges and universities, convene the relevant professional direction of the corresponding events to form a research and development team. The participating universities must be full-time undergraduate and postgraduate colleges. Participants must be students enrolled in universities before October 2019.

In principle, only one team in the same school is eligible to participate. Two or more schools that do not have separate teams can form an intercollegiate team.

Register for the competition

Complete the registration of the personal information and team information on the RoboMaster website from December 10, 2018 to January 18, 2019. You can choose to create a new team or join an existing one.

Get support

The materials required for the competition can be purchased through educational discounts;

Provide all-round support for team operations, business, publicity, project management, technology research and development.

Provide allowance for round-trip ticket to Canada.

Technical assessment

The participating teams must pass the technical assessment by submitting videos, pictures, documents, etc. at the specified time, and show the progress of the preparation to the organizing committee.

The organizing committee will review whether the qualification of the team is qualified according to the completion degree of robot development embodied in each technical assessment node. At the same time, the team that passes the technical assessment nodes on time will receive further material support from the organizing committee.

Obtain qualification

Teams that pass the technical assessment of each challenge will be eligible to participate.

Q1: Where can I find updates during the robotics season?

A1: The RoboMaster Organizing Committee will post important information on the official RoboMaster Website and Forum. Teams will receive the update via e-mail.

Q2: How much should my team budget for materials and travel expenses?

A2: Materials: The investment of each robot is between USD $ 1,500-3,000.

Travel: Budget will vary depending on the distance a team is from the competition venue.

Q3: Where will the ICRA 2019 RoboMaster AI Challenge held?

A3: Montreal, Canada.

Q4: How do I apply for a visa if my team qualifies for the ICRA RoboMaster AI Challenge?

A4: The Organizing Committee will send your team an invitation letter, use this letter to apply for a travel or business visa to Canada.