Regulations for
Line Follower Drag

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Regulations for Line Follower Drag

  1. General decision
    1. Competition participants can be single or numerous groups - up to 4 members, affiliated or non-members, forming a team. The team is required to register the participation using the form available on the competition website within the prescribed period.
    2. Each team can register up to 6 constructions for the competition. Each of them can participate in any number of competitions. The robot's participation in the competition is counted as a new construction (eg a robot exhibited in two competitions is counted twice, etc.).
    3. Any changes regarding the date, the start time of the competition and changes in the registration of teams will be posted on the competition website.
    4. The exact schedule of the competition will be published on the competition website and will also be available on-site during the competition. Any changes to the schedule will be published on the competition website or during the competition.
  2. Specification of the robot
    1. The robot mustn’t be a commercial construction.
    2. The robot’s dimensions limits the size of A4. Maximum width must be smaller than 210mm, maximum length 297mm. Any change of dimensions and shape is forbidden.
    3. The weight and height of the the robot is not limited.
    4. The robot should have only an electric drive.
    5. The robot at the time of run must move autonomic. Any remote control while run is forbidden. Remote start and stop of the robot is allowable.
    6. The design of the robot should should allow to run on the judge's sign.
    7. The robot mustn’t detach from the ground.
    8. The robot can be equipped with devices which increase traction. That devices mustn’t damage the track.
    9. The robot mustn’t be danger for judges, participants and audience. In case of dangerous situation the robot must be stopped immediately.
  3. Specification of track
    1. The track means a rectangular, white, flat surface on which the route is marked.
    2. The route of the run means a black line width 19mm, marked in a way not disturbing in run.
    3. The width of the track is 210mm, which means the minimum distance from the route to near obstacles and another lines.
    4. The route is approximately straight line with length from 25m to 40m.
    5. The track include place to break minimum 3m.
    6. The time of the run is measure by optoelectronic device. The measurement starts at the time of cross the start line by the robot. End of the measurement is cross the final line by the robot.
    7. The intensity of light above the track may vary.
  4. Competition’s rules
    1. Task of the robot is to complete route in the shortest time.
    2. The robot must follow the route marked by black line. In a case of miss route, the robot must return on the same place or closer to the start line. If the robot wouldn’t return to the route correctly, the run will find as not completed.
    3. In the case of leave the track by the robot, the run will find as not completed.
    4. The run starts at the judge’s command. The contender sets the robot before the start line at place which judge will point. The robot should start the run at the judge’s sign. The contender should stop and remove the robot from the track after it’s complete the run.
  5. Course of the competition
    1. The competition have place at two perpendicular routes separated by barrier, in two stages: group and cup.
    2. Before start of the competition will take place a test drive. Order of runs is determined by the judge.
    3. Group stage:
      1. Robots are allocate to groups by the randomisation. Number of groups depends on number of robots.
      2. All robots must complete one duel with all robots from it’s group.
      3. The judge decides about order of duels.< li>
      4. Result of duels are rates by points. Winner of duel get 3 points, louser 1 point, if the robot will not complete the route gets 0 points.
      5. Two bests robots goes to cup stage.
    4. Cup stage:
      1. First duel is between robots which are placed first and second in different groups.
      2. Robots are allocate to first duel by randomisation.
      3. Next duels are allocated on the basis of a cup ladder.
      4. It is planned to play the duel for third place.
    5. Every duel is only one run.
    6. On the basis of the number of robots, the judges may decide on a different course of the contest.
  6. Final provisions
    1. A construction not in accordance with these regulations may be disqualified.
    2. A participant who do not abide this regulations may be disqualified in this contest or whole competition.
    3. The main judge has the deciding voice during the dispute. He may decide on matters not covered or, in justified cases, contrary to these regulations.
    4. Participation in the competition is equivalent to familiarizing yourself with the regulations and the obligation to comply with them.
  7. Consent to publication:
    1. Registering a robot in a competition means agreeing to the publication of basic information about it, ie the name of the robot, team name, University or Institution name, photos, videos and occupied by the Organizers and Partners of the Competition without informing the Builder or Team.

Last modified at: 2018-05-14 23:25