MINESWEEPERS

TOWARDS A LANDMINE FREE WORLD

 
 

New Alamein City

Egypt 2022


Compete for a Landmine Free World

Minesweepers is an international robotic competition on humanitarian demining that aims at motivating researchers and developers to work on innovative solutions for this serious problem.


 


Competition Statistics

400

Robots


15

Countries



1000

Participants


70

Universities


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  • November 24, 2021 Teams Registration Starts

    Please send a proposal to: World@LandmineFree.Org
  • December 14, 2021 Opening Webinar

  • December 28, 2021 Teams Registration Ends

  • January 12, 2022 Technical Report & Video Submission

  • January 20, 2022 Notification of Technical Report & Videos Acceptance

  • February 13-19, 2022 Final Round

*All deadlines are 23:59 (GMT+4)

Competition Phases

1

Eligibility Phase

Where teams have to send technical report and video, then they will get the confirmation of being qualified to the next round and their score of this stage.
2

Classification Phase

Includes two rounds
Round 1 “first day of the competition”, the teams will compete by their robots in the minefield, to choose the qualified teams for final round.
Round 2 “the second day of the competition”, robots will compete again and give a 15 min technical presentation on a jury panel talking about their work and robot.

Competition Categories

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