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Posted by Pragyan | Feb 20, 2020 @ 09:15 AM | 918 Views
A racing event in which participating teams have to build a remote-controlled vehicle that will compete against those built by others, on track. The track will be prepared in such a way that it consists of different types of terrain to test the ability of the vehicle, and the controller.
Prize Money INR 40,000
Deadline for written abstract Submission is 25th February 2020

Round 1 - Abstract Submission:

Participating teams have to submit a video of their working prototype which should be able to perform basic movements along with uphill and downhill manoeuvres.

The last date for abstract submission is 25th February 2020.

16 Teams will be shortlisted for the on-campus round.
Round 2 - On-Campus Round:

This will consist of live racing on a prepared track.

First stage: The selected 16 teams will be divided into groups of 4. Each group will have one race and the top 2 teams from each group will move to semifinals.

Semifinals: Races will be conducted in groups of 4 and the top 2 teams from each will advance to the finals.

Finals: The top 3 finishing teams will be given prizes accordingly.

Vehicle Restriction:

Operating battery voltage: less than 15 volts.
Motor: no restriction on the type of motor used.
Size of the Car:
Length: 30-35cm
Breadth: 20-25cm
Height: 15-20cm
(The external device which is used to control the machine is not included in the size constraint).

Radio transmission: The machine has to be necessarily controlled by a wireless remote-control system. Participants are required to use a remote control of frequency of band spectrum 2.4 GHz.
Brief description of Track:

The total distance of the track will be around 50m with sections made up of:

Inclinations and Declinations ( of 300 angle)


Wet sand (muddy track)

Road (asphalt/concrete)

Iron mesh (a raised platform)

Rocks (pebble/small rocks)

Among a few others.