Winner: Kamesh Arvind of MNM Jain Engineering College (Rs.22000)

JAY ROBOTRIKZ 2015 (August)

Runner: G.Rogan of Easwari Engineering College (Rs.3000)

JAY ROBOTRIKZ 2015 (August) Participants




Indian Army

What was JAY Robotrikz 2015 (August) was all about?

Competition Details:

Date: August 22, 2015

Time: 10.00 am – 5.00 pm

Venue: Old Miller Hall, MCC Higher Secondary School, Chetpet

Team Size: Up to 2 students

Registration Fee: Rs.1000/- per team

Registration Mode: Online / Direct Pay

Last date to register: August 17, 2015 (On Spot Registrations will not be accepted)

Eligibility: Open to everyone

Age: 10+ years

Competition Rules
  • Black Line following robot without processors or controllers are only eligible.
  • No manual controls are allowed
  • Must be a fully automated black line follower robot
  • You can design in Printed Circuit Board (PCB), General Purpose Board (GPB), or Bread Board (BB), whichever is convenient.
  • Lego robots are not allowed and no kind of NXT program is allowed
  • Line will be of 2.5 cm wide and will be constant throughout the circuit, line will not exceed 2.5cm width anywhere in the circuit.
  • The robot will have to travel a maximum of 10 meters, so design appropriate batteries
  • The size of the banner will be in 8 x 8 foot.
  • Batteries will not be allowed to change during the course of competition
  • Points will be awarded based on the performance
  • The team with the highest points will be announced as the winner
  • Judges decision will be final.
Marks Criteria
  • The robot will be considered for prizes only if it completes the whole circuit
  • If 2 or more robots complete the circuit, the robot with the shortest time for completing the circuit will be awarded the first prize
  • The team members are allowed to adjust the robot only twice after it gets started
  • Handling of robot in the arena will result in +5 seconds
Ways of Disqualification
  • Competitors should provide suitable arrangements for protection of batteries, any kind of short circuit inside the competition arena will result in disqualification
  • Voltage anywhere on the robot should not exceed 12V DC. While on the technical inspection if anywhere is found more than 12V DC, instant settings should be changed to 12V or less than that, and if not the case will lead the particular competitor to disqualify
  • Handling of the robot for more than two times in competition arena will lead to disqualification
  • If any kind of manual control is used for controlling the robot, then particular competitors will  automatically be disqualified
  • Disqualified competitors cannot claim for refund of registration amount so make sure you read all Rules and Regulation before Registering.
Awards & Prizes

Winners: Rs.22,000/- Runners: Rs.3000/- Each participant will get a participant certificate *Coupon worth Rs.1500/- will be rewarded to join any FABRO course in the JAY Robotics Club.

Open Competition
  1. What is Open Competition?

Open Competition is something in which everyone irrespective of their age, irrespective of their education, irrespective of their profession, will be eligible for participating in Competition.

  1. Why Open-Competition?

Level of technical thinking, and level of imagination is not at all constrained in Open-competition, even if you are in tenth grade you will be competing with professionals from which you can estimate where you stand among the globe. On the next-year with all the hard work, you can win the Open-competition and start competing around the globe, which eventually result in being a Global Icon.

  1. Will JAY Robotrikz be always an Open-Competition?

Yes, at JAY Robotics Club, we do believe that competing with everyone irrespective of age and education will sure develop us into greater technical personality and so we have no idea whatsoever to change the Competition status.


Don’t know how to make this robot? No worries, click the below link: Self Learning – Line Following Robot

Competition Line


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