About ROBOKID

ROBOKID™ - A Robotics Competition which is an intellectual exercise for students to encourage multidisciplinary talent and practical skills among young. This competition is one of its kinds which fall in the month of June of every year. It is aimed to turn out to be a revolu tionary one in bringing theoretical lesson coupled with practical experience through a joyful and innovative way for students. ROBOKID™ is one such program which cultivates interest towards exploring new technologies in an amusing way. This competition serves as a forum for students for the overall development of personality, leadership, organizational skills and exemplary team work which are essential for a successful career in addition to academic activities

ROBOKID 2013 was an event for exchange of technological ideas and sporting spirit. It was a pleasure for us as well as the parents to watch students taking the initiative to participate and to get introduced to the world of ‘Logical programming

We are glad to announce our next ROBOKID competition for 2014 which will be held in the month of June. This time, ROBOKID 2014 comes up with the theme of “Our planet- Our Future”, to create more awareness about the utmost importance of environment protection for a better future.

Interested students can share their ideas for the competition theme for the next
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This competition will give your kid a forum to learn STEM concepts practically with hands on experience instead of focusing only on theoretical concepts.
BENEFITS are numerous:
  • Wonderful opportunity to enjoy active and joyful learning.
  • Students experience NO pressure to perform, rather; enjoy the process of learning.
  • ROBOKID training sessions will enhance the thought process of student’s logical and analytical reasoning.
  • Enhances mathematical & scientific curiosity of student in turn strengthening their self learning & problem solving skills.
  • Fosters the spirit of TEAM WORK which is a key to success in today’s globalized world.
What Students Get
  • One Roboguru License
  • Certificate of ROBOKID
  • Assistance
  • 4 hours of Online Training (Complimentary )
Videos
Level 1
As the students get registered, they will be provided with 1 licensed RoboGuru software along with a set of online tutorials. Once he/she is comfortable with the RoboGuru environment they can undergo an online test.

The test will be on the following topics:
  • Programming in RoboGuru.
  • Logical Skills
Level 2
Once the student is selected for the Level 2, he/she will be given a map that involves a similar environment as in Fig 1. They have to solve the map in RoboGuru environment and send the programming code through e-mail robokid@jayrobotix.co.in
Level 3

Two teams (One red and One blue), will be competing with each other.

As in the Fig., Green colored blocks, which represent the saplings, are placed on two sides of the arena. Yellow colored blocks are placed in the path the robot travels which represent garbage

  • All the student has to do is to trickily program their robots to pick the saplings from one end and place them in the slots at the other end. (For e.g. Blue team has to pick the green blocks from the blue pockets and place them in the blue slots provided at the other end).

The team who places the maximum (or all) the saplings in the shortest time will be announced as the winner.

Click here to download a detailed guide about Level 3.
WINNING CRITERIA
  • The team who places the maximum saplings will be announced as the winner.
  • If both the teams place all the saplings, then the team who placed all the saplings in the shortest time will be taken into consideration.
  • If a tie occurs in any case, a re-match will be conducted between the teams.
DISQUALIFICATIONS:
  • Any team that does not follow the above mentioned instructions stands disqualified.
ROBOKID™ - A Robotics Competition which is an intellectual exercise for students to encourage multidisciplinary talent and practical skills among young. This competition is one of its kinds which fall in the month of June of every year. ROBOKID™ is one such program which cultivates interest towards exploring new technologies in an amusing way.
  • The game field is 2.5 m x 2.5 m.
  • There exists a grid pattern on the arena.
  • Each team will be given a total of 5 saplings to plant.
  • Each team has to pick one sapling and place it in the slot provided at the other end.
  • Each team’s goal is to program their robot efficiently to place all the 5 saplings in the given slots.
  • Two teams (One blue team, one red team) would compete with each other.
WINNING CRITERIA
  • The team who places the maximum saplings will be announced as the winner.
  • If both the teams place all the saplings, then the team who placed all the saplings in the shortest time will be taken into consideration.
  • If a tie occurs in any case, a re-match will be conducted between the teams.
DISQUALIFICATIONS:
  • Any team that does not follow the above mentioned instructions stands disqualified.
  • Robot must be completely autonomous.
  • It should not receive any input from outside the arena.
  • Only one autonomous robot per team is allowed.
  • The autonomous robot must fit within a cube of dimensions 250mm x 250mm x 200mm (l x b x h) at the beginning of the game.
  • The weight of the robot should not exceed 5kgs.
  • Teams must use an on-board power supply up to a maximum 18Volts DC. The on-board voltage will be checked by a multi meter and if found the voltage greater than 18volts, the team will be disqualified.
  • The robot should not separate or split into two or more units.
WINNING CRITERIA
  • The team who places the maximum saplings will be announced as the winner.
  • If both the teams place all the saplings, then the team who placed all the saplings in the shortest time will be taken into consideration.
  • If a tie occurs in any case, a re-match will be conducted between the teams.
DISQUALIFICATIONS:
  • Any team that does not follow the above mentioned instructions stands disqualified.
Student's Speak

On the whole, I liked the event. It was a good experience. It is a good opportunity to learn something new. I would like to come back next year and participate again. Actually during the practice round my robot went a lot far than my opponent but in the finals, luck was not with me, but still no problem. Best of luck to my opponent.

G. Sai Anirudh, - Narayana Jr College

I liked this program a lot. I didn’t waste any of my holidays and learnt something new which not only helped me in ROBOKID but also in many things. I enjoyed a lot by knowing new things and sharing my knowledge and much more. It’s totally a different thing when work on PC and when I experienced practically. Thank you.

Chetan Reddy, Tejaswi, - St.Joseph convent high school, Adilabad
WINNERS

“Hi , I am karthik from DPS Gachibowli. With RoboGuru, programming robots was made easy and fun. It’s the best competition ever and would remember it for a long time. It’s pretty much simple like playing a video game.”

Karthik - DPS Gachibowli

“Hi, I'm really happy for being a runner up for ROBOKID 2013. The RoboGuru software was amazing and the teaching was exceptional.I thank JAY ROBOTIX for organizing this event.As I got 50,000 INR as the prize money I would get a professional camera for myself.
Rahul Reddy

CHIEF GUESTS
Mr. Sateesh Dawan
Director, DVR College of Engineering.
Firstly I would like to congratulate the winners. I am very much glad that this kind of event is happening in Hyderabad.The future belongs to robotics. If you see for the last decade, the industrial revolution is because of robots. Robotics gives the kids the opportunity to get updated with the advanced technologies. Parents generally push students to different courses. Here, with Jay Robotix, its vice versa. Students push their parents to buy more robots. Iam looking forward for more events like this where our students can get updated with the current technologies.
Dr. T.Sudha
Principal, DPS Hyderabad.
I was in US and way surprised to receive a letter from my staff that students of DPS Nacharam are participating in a robotics competition. I am inspired to see a young & dynamic team of Jay Robotix. Its not only the age of robotics but also the age of digitalization. Robotics is not just a game but also a ‘Learning component’. I seek constant support from Jay Robotix and keep us updated about further events. There’s no end for a journey… and this is just the beginning. I wish all success for the young group of organizers.