- Each team shall use only two robots (one shooting bot and one stacking bot).
- Maximum dimensions of the robots at the start of the game are 400 mm in width, 400 mm in length and 400mm in height.
- The robots can extend beyond the mentioned dimensions after the start of the match (applicable for both the bots).
- The robot must be designed and constructed by the students themselves. If a self- designed PCB is used, a copy of the Gerber file or schematic has to be produced before the match.
- Robot can be wired or wireless. In case of wired bot, the length of the cable should be atleast 4 meters and in case of wireless controlled bot, the communication of the bot should not interfere with the opponent bot (e.g. In case of RF controlled bot, make sure transmission is possible with two different frequencies).
- The maximum voltage between any two points can be 12V.
- Hydraulics or chemical energy should not be used for any mechanism, however pneumatics can be used, and in which case the pressure should be less than 6 bars.
- If a team is using Li-Po or Li-ion batteries, it is the team’s responsibility to make sure there is no risk involved in its usage.
- The robot or the operator shouldn’t modify or damage the arena in any case.
- Cross College teams are allowed
- Maximum number of participants per team is 6.
- Only one player is allowed to control a robot at a time.
- Except during the transition time, players are not allowed to enter the arena and make changes to the robots.
Developed by Delta Force.
Designed by NITT-Design Team.