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    Default ROBOTIX 2011:Robotics competition in India

    Technology Robotix Society invites all robot enthusiasts to ROBOTIX 2011(Robotix 2011 | Where Machines Dare..). Robotix is Asia's largest college level robotics fest held in IIT Kharagpur during its techno-management fest Kshitij from 28th-31st Jan 2011. Robotix 2010 was a success with a participation from over 450 teams with over 2.5 lakhs worth prize money being distributed.Robotix is set to return in 2011 with more challenging events and over 3 lakhs to be given away in prize money. We have autonomous, manual and online coding events for all robot lovers and coders.
    Our events this year are

    Pirate bay - This is a manual event that takes you right into the pirates' playground. Through the course of three exciting rounds, the bot will have to traverse through different type of terrain, climb mountains and release fellow pirates.
    Robocop- It is an outdoor image processing robotics event. Participants will compete to build a fully automated robot that acts as a law enforcer.
    R.A.F.T- An event that tries to help in the major challenge that is flood relief.The task is to build a manually controlled robot or a group of robots which can navigate a raft on water and retrieve people
    The Negotiators- This event requires the participant to write and submit a computer program, which will be pitted against programs written by two other participants in a game of negotiation.
    The Fugitives- You have to build multiple autonomous robots that catch and disable the "fugitive robots" moving randomly through the arena.
    Ballista- Participants have to build an autonomous robot capable of detecting and shooting projectiles avoiding any detection by the enemy.

    Further details are available on our website.If you have a doubt please post it on our forum.
    Robotix 2011 | Where Machines Dare..

    The ROBOTIX Team


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    Default Re: ROBOTIX 2011:Robotics competition in India

    This looks like a lot of fun

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    Default Re: ROBOTIX 2011:Robotics competition in India

    In ROBOTIX 2011, RoboCop was the event which was designed to test the robot's ability on how it's able to identify the criminals from civilians.In Pirate Bay, robots do have multiple arms and propellers to dig through sand and pebbles. And Fugitive event where wireless communication was used to process the bots.

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