GTU ZONAL EVENTMin/Max Members : 3/4
Maximum groups : 60
Venue: GIT Sports Ground
1st Prize: ₹5000
2nd Prize: ₹3000
Coordinator: Anand Nair (8460679597)
Co-Coordinator: Harsh lawaniya (8141432337)
Who does not like playing cricket? Have you ever thought of playing cricket with a robot? Robo- cricket is an event based on the controlling of robot while playing an innovative version of the sports game cricket. The event is a robotic event which consists of three rounds having various difficulties. Higher the rounds, higher are the difficulties.
Participants will be able to learn new technical skills and will be introduced with new mechanism and the team coordination will be the main factor they will be introduced.
“HARD WORKS BEATS TALENT WHEN TALENT DOESN’T WORK HARD”
The robot size should be 35cm×30cm×30cm maximum in all direction.
The robot should not exceed 5kg of weight.
The robot should be able to move on a smooth surface.
The robot will not be allowed to drag the ball in any circumstances.
Potential at any point on the Robot should not exceed 24V.
Participants cannot draw power from outside.
The robot can be powered electrically only. The use of IC engine in any form is not allowed.
The total length of wire extending from the remote control to the robot must be in the range of 4 to 5 meters.
The robot should be able to hold the ball of diameter (4 cm – 4.5 cm) balls
If the robot is using an external wireless remote control, make sure that it has sufficient range and that it can control the machine well without any lag.
Robot should have two mechanisms for batting and bowling (separate robots are allowed).
Round 1: (Aim to Score)
This round will be an individual robot round where each robot will have to score maximum point’s in given over’s by aiming the stumps.
There will be five stumps of different colour each.
Each colour stump will have different points & the points will be given accordingly.
The wide ball will be considered to be 1 negative point.
The team having maximum points will go to the next round.
Round 2: (Hit and Score)
This round will be consisting of only batting.
In this round the batting mechanism of participant’s will be tested.
If the ball directly crosses the boundary it will be “6” and if it passes through ground off then it will be “4” as usual.
And there will be scoring zone; if the ball goes into the zone but doesn’t cross the boundary then the score will be according the zone.
Round 3: (Final Face Off)
In this round every robot has to bat and bowl alternatively.
This round is one on one will be played according to cricket rules.
Two robots will be provided for fielding purpose and these robots will be provided by us and will be operated by the participant’s team members.
It’s compulsory that the robot should have both batting and balling mechanism (single robot or two robots are allowed).
Each participant must hit the stumps.
Robots should have a Batting mechanism. (Dragging the ball is not allowed.)
Participants are not allowed to touch or drag the robot for controlling purpose. If the robot falls down or start to malfunction, touches are allowed in such cases.
The robot must hit or throw the ball, being behind the starting line. If the line is crossed, no ball will be given.
Each match will be conducted by choosing random opponents.
All the required accessories have to be brought by the participants.
The participants are not allowed to damage the track, or indulge in any argument with coordinator as this will lead to disqualification of their robot.
The batteries can be recharged only during the breaks.
Coordinators reserve the right to ask for the explanation of the robot.
It will be based on score criteria the best of the outcomes will be selected on the second round.
In the further rounds the participants will be introduced with the difficulties.
Next round based on the face of system and the coordinators are going to select the winning team on the basis of the scores.
Decision made by the higher authorities will be final and acceptable in any cases.
The decision of the coordinator will be final and the rules may vary for the successful complication of the event.