Robot competition
A robotic competition is an event where robots have to accomplish a task. Usually they have to beat other robots in order to become the best one. Most competitions are for schools but several professi...
Battle Of The Bots: Teams Compete In DARPA Challenge
The robot, which was the clear leader in the first day of the finals of the DARPA Robotics Challenge, fell not once but twice. "It was one of the first tasks we could do," said Nicolas Eyssette, a res...
DARPA Grand Challenge - Video
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DARPA Grand Challenge
The DARPA Grand Challenge is a prize competition for American autonomous vehicles, funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, the most prominent research organization of the United State...
European Land-Robot Trial
The European Land-Robot Trial (ELROB) is a European event which demonstrates the abilities of modern robots.The ELROB is not a competition, like the US DARPA Grand Challenge, but a pure demonstration ...
Centennial Challenges
The Centennial Challenges are NASA space competition inducement prize contests for non-government-funded technological achievements by American teams.
NASA's Centennial Challenge Program directly ...
RoboGames
RoboGames (previously ROBOlympics) is an annual robot contest held in San Mateo, California. The most recent RoboGames was held April 19-21, 2013.RoboGames is the world's largest open robot competiti...
BEST Robotics
BEST, Boosting Engineering, Science, and Technology, is a national 6-week robotics competition in the United States held each fall, designed to help interest middle school and high school students in ...
Micromouse
Micromouse is an event where small robot mice solve a 16x16 maze. It began in late 1970s, although there is some indication of events in 1950. Events are held worldwide, and are most popular in the UK...
FIRST
For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) is an international youth organization that operates the FIRST Robotics Competition, FIRST LEGO League, Junior FIRST LEGO League, and ...
RoboCup
RoboCup is an annual international robotics competition founded in 1997. The aim is to promote robotics and AI research, by offering a publicly appealing, but formidable challenge. The name RoboCup is...
Botball
Botball is an educational robotics program that focuses on engaging middle and high school aged students in team-oriented robotics competitions. Thousands of children and young adults participate in t...
Duke Annual Robo-Climb Competition
Hosted by Duke University, the Duke Annual Robo-Climb Competition (DARC) challenges students to create innovative wall-climbing robots that can ascend vertical surfaces. The competition, which will be...
Robofest
Robofest is a competition for 5-12 graders. It is similar to FIRST Lego League (FLL), but while FLL limits the student's robots to Lego Mindstorms robots, Robofest allows the student to use any robot...
ABU Robocon
The Asia-Pacific Robot Contest (ABU Robocon) is an Asian Oceanian College robot competition, founded in 2002 by Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union. In the competition robots compete to complete a task wi...
Defcon Robot Contest
The Defcon Robot Contest was a robotics competition which was held at the annual Defcon computer security conference in Las Vegas.
The first competition was held at Defcon 11 in 2003. The objectiv...
Eurobot
Eurobot is an international amateur robotics contest, created in 1998. It is open to teams of young people, organised either in student projects or in independent clubs.Eurobot takes place in Europe b...
National Engineering Robotics Contest
National Engineering Robotics Contest is an inter universities robotics competition held annually since 2005 at the College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, National University of Sciences an...
Student Robotics
Student Robotics is a volunteer based organisation that runs an annual free-to-enter robotics competition for 16-18 year-olds.The group was founded at the University of Southampton in 2006, and is sti...
International Aerial Robotics Competition
The International Aerial Robotics Competition (IARC) began in 1991 on the campus of the Georgia Institute of Technology and is the longest running university-based robotics competition in the world. S...
UAV Outback Challenge
151°50′23.79″E / 26.5805778°S 151.8399417°E / -26.5805778; 151.8399417The UAV Challenge - Outback Rescue, often referred to as simply the UAV Outback Challenge or UAV Challeng...
Battle Of The Bots: Teams Compete In DARPA Challenge
The robot, which was the clear leader in the first day of the finals of the DARPA Robotics Challenge, fell not once but twice. "It was one of the first tasks we could do," said Nicolas Eyssette, a res...
DARPA Grand Challenge (2005)
The second driverless car competition of the DARPA Grand Challenge was a 212 km (132 mi) off-road course that began at 6:40am on October 8, 2005, near the California/Nevada state line. All...
Elevator:2010
Elevator:2010 was an inducement prize contest with the purpose of developing space elevator and space elevator-related technologies. Elevator:2010 organized annual competitions for climbers, ribbons a...
Lunar Lander Challenge
The Northrop Grumman Lunar Lander Challenge was a competition funded by NASA's Centennial Challenges program. The competition offered a series of prizes for teams that launch a vertical takeoff/vertic...
DARPA Grand Challenge (2007)
The third driverless car competition of the DARPA Grand Challenge, was commonly known as the DARPA Urban Challenge. It took place on November 3, 2007 at the site of the now-closed George Air Force Bas...
DARPA Grand Challenge (2004)
Announced in 2002, the first DARPA Grand Challenge was a driverless car competition held on March 13, 2004 in the Mojave Desert region of the United States. The 150 miles (240 km) route followed ...