The competition is divided into two phases, the eligibility and the classification phase. If you have local or regional competition in your country, you will pass through these two phases to participate in the international final one.
All the registered teams must send by email (email@example.com) the Technical Report and a 3-minutes video showing the design and the operation of their robot. The deadline to submit the report and the video is 10 Sep 2023.
The accepted teams to participate in the classification phase will be notified by email on 12 Sep 2023.
At this stage all teams have to prepare their robot for the competition, your score will be out of 10, and according to this evaluation, your score will be added to your mission score of the Classification Phase in round 1 only.
Round1 (first day)
All the ready robots will participate in order established by gambling. The teams will be sorted based on the sum score obtained in this stage and the score of the eligibility phase as well; the eight best teams in each category will be classified for the second round.
In case of equality in number of points, the robot that will finish the mission in minor time will win. If an insufficient number of teams have finished this round, the judging committee can select some of the unclassified teams to participate in round2.
Round2 (second day)
The classified teams will have to accomplish a final mission according to the same guidelines of the previous round. Also required from top eight teams to give a 15 min technical presentation on a jury panel talking about their work and robot. The total score will be the sum of missions scores in round 2 and the presentation score.
The winning teams that will be qualified for the international competition will have the highest score in round2.
Note: the international competition phases are the same phases mentioned previously.