- Amazing Robots
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- NAO-Sports Robot
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- WRO 2012 Results
- WRO 2013 Results
WRO Competition is held across globe in more than 30 countries. This competition is organized every year, and participants must progress through qualifying stage in local regions & countries, before they can get selected for world finals WRO, to be held at Jakarta in 2013. WRO competition utilizes LEGO® MINDSTORMS® NXT robotic kits manufactured by LEGO® Education
WRO is an ideal platform for young brains to showcase their talent and compete against some of the best brains around the world in an environment tailored to foster creativity and skill. It provides the best way to gain exposure to robotics on a global platform and to hone skills competing against teams of peers from all over the world.
WRO is organized in multiple levels to accommodate different age levels of participating students; each level is assigned their own challenge that they must complete using a robot of their own design.
The rules of competition at WORLD ROBOT OLYMPIAD are constituted by the WORLD ROBOT OLYMPIAD Advisory Council
2013 WRO Final – JAKARTA – INDONESIA
Age Group Definitions –
Elementary (Primary) School Age: Date of birth falls on or after January 01, 2001.
Junior High (Middle) School Age: Date of birth falls in the period January 01, 1998 to December 31, 2000. (If date of birth falls outside this range, it must not fall more than 6 months after this period)
High (Secondary) School Age: Date of birth falls in the period January 01, 1994 to December 31, 1997. (If date of birth falls outside this range, it must not fall more than 6 months after this period).
WRO GEN II Football: Birthday falls in the period January 01, 1994 to December 31, 2002. (If date of birth falls outside this range, it must not fall more than 6 months after this period)
WRO 2013 Challenges -
- Elementary - In the start area, the robot will carry 5 color objects for the challenge. The colors of the objects are: Red, Blue and Green. The robot has to move from “Start” (green area). Along the way, the robot has to place the 5 randomly sequenced color objects into the correct sorting color bins (also determined randomly). Then it has to move the cylinder from Cylinder Zone to Storage Area, and return to “Finish” area (Additional score will be given if the robot passes through the Hurdle on its way back to the “Finish” area).
- Junior High - The robot begins in the “Start” area. It will have to pass through the valley and enter the "Shrine" zone. It will then need to lift up all the stupas in the Challenge Object Area and place it outside the relic statue. The robot will then need to check for the black relic statue, and bring it to the “Finish” area (red zone) passing through the stairs.
- Senior High - The robot's mission is to travel around the Komodo island, collect and count the number of Komodo eggs, and carry them back to the Base area. Only the Komodo eggs should be collected and carried back to the Base area. Other species eggs may not be removed from their original places. The robot can solve the challenge in different ways: either it goes on the "Komodo Island" or around the "seaside" to collect the eggs.
|WRO 2013 General Rules|
|Elementary School - Challenge & Rule|
|Junior High School - Challenge & Rule|
|Senior High School - Challenge & Rule|
|Open Category - Challenge & Rule|
WRO website http://www.wroboto.org/
WRO 2012 website http://www.wro2012.org/
WRO 2013 website http://www.wro2013.org/