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Official regulations – University Category

  • Robots per match: 2
  • Duration of the match: 3 min
  • Weight of robot: 750 g
  • Dimensions of the robot: 10cm long x 10cm maximum width.
  • Robot Control: Remotely Controlled
  • Description: Two robots compete in a face-to-face encounter using the traditional basic system of human juice fights. Robots can not use weapons or devices that overturn the opponent. The purpose of the encounter is to push and pull the opposing robot out of the arena.

The match will be between two teams, each team will have a maximum of 3 people. Only the person controlling the robot can enter the ring, others should observe from the audience. The robots will fight in a Dohyo (sumo ring) with a robot built by them with the specifications previously given. The match starts when the judge indicates it and ends when a team gets two points. The judge will determine the winner of the match.

It is defined as the interior of the dohyo the competition surface including the edge of the same. Any part outside this area is called dohyo exterior.

Specs:

  • The dohyo has a circular shape with dimensions of 2.5 cm of height and 77.0 cm of diameter; Made of melamine coated wood. The start lines of the meeting have a dimension of 1 cm in width and 10 cm in length with a spacing of 10 cm between them. The edge has a width of 2.5 cm.
  • The exterior of the dohyo will be well defined, and the robot pilot will not be able to enter it.
  • The exterior and interior of the dohyo will be called as Ring.
  • The robot must fit in a box given by the judge with the dimensions specified previously. The weight of the robot must not exceed the previously specified value. 2.2.1 Remote control.
  • 75Mhz controls are prohibited.
  • The control must be wireless.
  • The robot must have a number or name to register to the tournament, this identifier must go in the robot and be visible.

Restrictions

  • Leds IR and devices that create interference in the control are prohibited.
  • Parts that could damage the ring are not allowed.
  • Devices that store liquids, powder or substances that could spill are not allowed.
  • Any flammable device.
  • Devices that throw things at the opponent.
  • Sticky substances that improve traction. The robot’s wheels should not be able to lift a standard letter for more than two seconds.
  • The pilot of each team will pass to the ring and place his robot behind the marked lines of the dohyo. The judge will verify that the robots are well positioned. If everything is in order the judge will announce the beginning of the round.
  • The judge can indicate pauses to the meeting depending on the circumstances.
  • The match ends when the judge says so. At this point the pilots can proceed to remove the robots from the ring.

Match time

  • A match will last 3 minutes. The time will start counting after the judge’s opening word.
  • An extended encounter can occur if the judge indicates, providing an extra 3 minutes.
  • The time between rounds or pauses will not count between 3 minutes and the counter will stop or restart depending on the case. 2.3.2 Score A point will be awarded to a team when:
  • The robot of a team legally forces the robot opponent to touch the outside of the dohyo.

The opposing robot touches the outside of the dohyo by itself. In case the robots are running around without touching each other after 30 seconds, the round will be restarted. If after 2 rounds no team has obtained any point the judge will dictate the winner based on the following criteria:

  • Technical merits in the movement and operation of the robot.
  • Penalty points during the match.
  • Attitude of the participants during the meeting.

Greater

  • Fail any section of the restrictions section.
  • Insult the opponent or include devices to the robot that utters or writes insults.
  • Actions that insult the opponent.

Minor

  • Enter the ring without the judge’s approval.
  • Entering the ring implies that the body of the pilot or someone on the team touches the ring or throws an object at it.

Penalty

A greater violation implies loss of the encounter. A minor violation will give the opponent a point.

The losing team may object to the regulatory committee prior to the end of the meeting should there be any doubt in the judge’s decision.

April 16, 2017 – Last day of registration

May 02, 2017 – Competition day

Official Regulations – Diversified Category

  • Robots per match: 2
  • Duration of the match: 3 min
  • Weight of robot: 2000 g
  • Dimensions of the robot: 15cm long x 15cm maximum width.
  • Robot Control: Remotely Controlled
  • Description: Two robots compete in a face-to-face encounter using the traditional basic system of human juice fights. Robots can not use weapons or devices that overturn the opponent. The purpose of the encounter is to push and pull the opposing robot out of the arena.

The match will be between two teams, each team will have a maximum of 3 people. Only the person controlling the robot can enter the ring, others should observe from the audience. The robots will fight in a Dohyo (sumo ring) with a robot built by them with the specifications previously given. The match starts when the judge indicates it and ends when a team gets two points. The judge will determine the winner of the match.

It is defined as the interior of the dohyo the competition surface including the edge of the same. Any part outside this area is called dohyo exterior.

Specs:

  • The dohyo has a circular shape with dimensions of 2.5 cm of height and 77.0 cm of diameter; Made of melamine coated wood. The start lines of the meeting have a dimension of 1 cm in width and 10 cm in length with a spacing of 10 cm between them. The edge has a width of 2.5 cm.
  • The exterior of the dohyo will be well defined, and the robot pilot will not be able to enter it.
  • The exterior and interior of the dohyo will be called Ring.
  • The robot must fit in a box given by the judge with the dimensions specified previously. The weight of the robot must not exceed the previously specified value. 2.2.1 Remote control.
  • 75Mhz controls are prohibited.
  • The control must be wireless.
  • The robot must have a number or name to register to the tournament, this identifier must go in the robot and be visible.

Restrictions

  • Leds IR and devices that create interference in the control are prohibited.
  • Parts that could damage the ring are not allowed.
  • Devices that store liquids, powder or substances that could spill are not allowed.
  • Any flammable device.
  • Devices that throw things at the opponent.
  • Sticky substances that improve traction. The robot’s wheels should not be able to lift a standard letter for more than two seconds.
  • The pilot of each team will pass to the ring and place his robot behind the marked lines of the dohyo. The judge will verify that the robots are well positioned. If everything is in order the judge will announce the beginning of the round.
  • The judge can indicate pauses to the meeting depending on the circumstances.
  • The match ends when the judge says so. At this point the pilots can proceed to remove the robots from the ring.

Match time

  • A match will last 3 minutes. The time will start counting after the judge’s opening word.
  • An extended encounter can occur if the judge indicates, providing an extra 3 minutes.
  • The time between rounds or pauses will not count between 3 minutes and the counter will stop or restart depending on the case. 2.3.2 Score A point will be awarded to a team when:
  • The robot of a team legally forces the robot opponent to touch the outside of the dohyo.

The opposing robot touches the outside of the dohyo by itself. In case the robots are running around without touching each other after 30 seconds, the round will be restarted. If after 2 rounds no team has obtained any point the judge will dictate the winner based on the following criteria:

  • Technical merits in the movement and operation of the robot.
  • Penalty points during the match.
  • Attitude of the participants during the meeting.

Greater

  • Fail any section of the restrictions section.
  • Insult the opponent or include devices to the robot that utters or writes insults.
  • Actions that insult the opponent.

Minor

  • Enter the ring without the judge’s approval.
  • Entering the ring implies that the body of the pilot or someone on the team touches the ring or throws an object at it.

Penalty

A greater violation implies loss of the encounter. A minor violation will give the opponent a point.

The losing team may object to the regulatory committee prior to the end of the meeting should there be any doubt in the judge’s decision.

April 16, 2017 – Last day of registration

May 02, 2017 – Competition day