SANDHAAN,2019

SANDHAAN



SANDHAAN is a Robotic Competition hosted by CENTER OF ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION SOCIETY, IMS ENGINEERING COLLEGE, Ghaziabad.


The EVENT comprises of ROBO RACE, ROBO WAR & POSTER PRESENTATION.



ROBO RACE

Obstacle Detector for Sr. Level

Path Follower for Jr. Level

Rules


  • This is racing event, so fastest and most balanced robot will win.
  • Robot should be as per the given specifications.
  • Each member of the team must contain the identity card of his/her respected institute.
  • Each team can have maximum 3 members.
  • The robot should not damage the arena.
  • The robot must not leave behind any of its parts during the run; else it will result in disqualification.
  • Unethical behavior could lead to disqualification. Faculty-coordinators have all the rights to take final decision for any matter during the event.
  • Judge's decision will be considered final.
  • No test practice will be allowed on main arena.
  • Participation fee is ₹ 500/- per team.

Specification of Robot


  • The maximum dimension of the robot can be 30 x 30 cm (l x b).
  • The robot may be wired or wireless.
  • The length of the wire (for wired bots) should be long enough to cover the whole track and wire should remain slack during the complete run.
  • Max weight should be limited by 4kg.
  • Readymade toys car are not allowed.

ROBO WAR

Both for Sr. and Jr. Level

Rules


  • The machine can be powered electrically only. Use of an IC engine in any form is not allowed.
  • Each team must prepare its own power sources.
  • Maximum DC source voltage and eliminator voltage allowed is 24 V.
  • All connections should be made safe to prevent short circuits and battery fires. Any unsafe circuitry may be asked to be replaced; failure to do so will result in disqualification.
  • All robots must have easily visible and controlled mobility.
  • Jumping, hopping, flying or any other method of mobility which leads the robot to lose contact with the ground is not allowed.
  • Remote controls both wired and wireless are allowed in the event.
  • All the wires coming out of the robot should be bundled as a single unit and then should be covered by flexible plastic pipe.
  • The wire should be properly protected and insulated.
  • The wire should be sufficiently long.
  • There must be an override kill switch on the remote which deactivates the robot completely within 15 seconds in case of any emergency.
  • The robot must use non-inflammable and non-corrosive fluids to power pneumatic and hydraulic devices.
  • Pneumatic and hydraulic devices used must be safe and certified. The piston should be carefully mounted on the robot. Cylinders, if used, MUST NOT be mounted on the robot.
  • Maximum pressure in the tank containing pneumatic fluid should not exceed the limit of 6 bars and there should be a provision to check the pressure in the tank. Some systems may be exempted at the event organizers' discretion.
  • Teams must have a safe and secure method of refilling the pneumatic system.
  • A wide variety of weapons are allowed to be integrated with the robot.
  • Weapons designed to cause invisible damage (Electrical weapons, RF Jamming, EMF fields, etc.).
  • Any kind of projectile.
  • Weapons using liquids, gases or foams.
  • Smoke or dust based weapons.
  • Powdered materials or chaff weapons.
  • The arena should never be damaged by the weapons in any case. If found violating this, the team will be disqualified depending on decision of the judges which will be FINAL AND BINDING.
  • The teams need to register in a group of four.
  • The maximum duration of 1st round is 5 minutes and that of 2nd round will be 10 minutes. Any team that is not ready at the time specified will be disqualified.
  • Once the name of a particular team is announced, only 5 minutes will be given to them in order to complete their set up in the arena.
  • The name of your machine must be prominently displayed on the machine.
  • Immobility (if robot is unable to travel for at least 10 cm for 15 seconds) would lead to disqualification.
  • All the teams have to install the ‘Kill Switch’ (the switch that would disconnect the power source from motors instantly).
  • Violation of any of the above rules will lead to disqualification.
  • Participation fee is ₹ 500/- per team.

Specification of Robot


  • The robot should fit inside a box of 750mm x 750mm x 750mm (LxBxH) before the start of every match.
  • The total weight of the robot including all the accessories and equipment excluding the power source should be no more than 45 Kg.
  • Thickness of the material which is used as an armor to protect parts of bot should not exceed 5 mm.
  • Ground Clearance of the robot should be at least 5 mm.

POSTER PRESENTATION

Rules


  • The competition is based on time trail system. There will a qualifying round for each team.
  • The top team from qualifying round makes it to the final round on basis of time trials.
  • Your poster must be ready when call is made for your team.
  • Team members will be allowed to explain their concept once at a time.
  • The poster will be judged on basis of (in priority)- a. Idea concept. b. Representation. C. Explanation by team.
  • Poster must not contain any printed or scanned copy.
  • Decision about your robot will be taken by the organizers.
  • No team will get a second chance after exhibition with poor score.
  • Participation fee is ₹ 200/- per team.

Specification of Poster


  • The entire poster must be mounted on a 40" x 60" foam-core board. The poster does not necessarily have to fill the entire working area.
  • The board must be oriented in the "landscape" position (long dimension is horizontal).
  • A banner displaying your poster title, name, and department (or class, if appropriate) should be positioned at top-center of the board.
  • Make it obvious to the viewer how to progressively view the poster. The poster generally should read from left to right, and top to bottom. Numbering the individuals panels, or connecting them with arrows is a standard "guidance system".
  • Leave some open space in the design. An open layout is less tiring to the eye and mind.

Accept the Challenge

Get your team Registered & let the Game begin!

Event Date: November 09,2019

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PARTICIPATION FEE DETAILS

After filling out the participation form

Pay the Participation fee on PAYTM NO.- 9873816339

COORDINATORS


Student Coordinator - Deepanshu Chauhan

No. Student Coordinator Branch Year Contact No. Event
1 Suraj Jaiswal CSE 3 9599546351 Website Development
2 Utkarsh Upadhyay CSE 3 8173864498 Website Development
3 Abhijeet Singh ME 2 9889704776 Robo Race
4 Upendra Singh CSE 3 8182830219 Database Management
5 Deepanshu Chauhan ME 3 7838331340 Robo War
6 Kushagra Srivastava CSE 3 9169421684 Poster Presentation
7 Shivam Sharma ME 3 9634891014 Promotion and Adv.
8 Ayush Mishra ME 3 8076239462 Anchor
9 Rakesh Kr. Yadav ME 3 9794632793 Registration

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