It's a well acknowledged fact that for an army mobility and reach within a challenging terrain like the Himalayas is super essential to gain an upper hand over their enemies.
You have to construct a bot (wired/wireless) whose task is to complete a race course with multiple obstacles within the least time possible without using any sort of mechanical engine or preinstalled market kits / lego parts.
The event will be executed in three rounds with increased difficulty level with the commencement of each round.
The bot has multiple industrial applications and can be used in most of the industries after implementing minor modifications. The bot can be utilised to transport general goods in geographically isolated arena Bot can also work to shift heavy goods within an industry. With minor modifications bot can be also be used for surveillance and law enforcement by the army and police.
The event would help building engineers understand the future needs of transportation which would encourage them to find new ideas and solutions towards the problem. The bot making will also promote interest in robotics and electronics among students.
In this round, which team robot will complete the track earlier will be eliminate for second round.
In this round which team will have less intervention in robo and less time will be selected for final round.
This round will be little bit suspense round, track will be shown on the spot to the team members.