DC International Robothon is a challenge for students to compete and learn creative problem-solving skills. The theme for 2016 is the Internet of Things (IoT) and teams must design, build, and program robots that can execute multiple tasks and demonstrate a solution that is similar to what engineers might face. Students are required to simulate groundbreaking technologies to solve these complex problems.
Camp kit includes courses that focus on helping students to move their robot and responding to the field-track. By completing this course, the participating teams will be able to move their robot around the field-track freely, and attempting to solve individual missions using an active attachment on the robot. Teaching materials are provided in booklet format based on the programming language required for the competition. Details here
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How to participate?
Only schools registered with Digital Campus can participate in the International Robothon 2016 competition. Please read the terms and conditions for finer details of the competition.
What can you win?
Details on prizes will be available soon. Do check back! Note: Prizes are subject to change at any time at the discretion of organisers without prior notice.