Robo Racing Spring Cup '20 

Interactive Autonomous Racing Series

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Robodrones

Robocars

Next Race February 29th

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6 race days to become a champion

 
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Parallel agendas for race days #1, #3 and #5

JAN 18 - MAR 21 - MAY 16

Robocars Build Agenda

(build zone)

9:00

Build workshop

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Robodrones Race Agenda

(race zone)

9:00

Training slots

10:00

AI Training workshop

11:00

Testing workshop

13:00

Lunch

13:30

Watch robodrones race

Debrief 

12:00

Free practice

13:00

Lunch

13:30

4 races:

1/ Sprint1

2/ Sprint2

3/ Battle1

4/ Battle2

16:30

Debrief

Parallel agendas for race days #2, #4 and #6

FEB 29 - APR 25 - JUN 6

Robocars Race Agenda

(race zone)

Training slots

9:00

12:00

Free practice

13:00

Lunch

13:30

5 races:

1/ Sprint

2/ Battle

3/ Slalom

4/ Carnage track race

5/ Carnage speedway race

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Robodrones Build Agenda

(build zone)

Build workshop

9:00

AI Training workshop

10:00

Testing workshop

11:00

Lunch

13:00

Watch robocars race

Debrief 

13:30

Debrief

16:30

 
 

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Robocars

Multi-robocars racing

  • Reliably stay on track 

  • Avoid other robocars

  • Overpass slower robocars

Definition Of Done

​To have, by the end of the season, completed a Carnage Track Race with at least 3 cars able to finish while respecting the league's rules...

Robodrones

Robodrones parallel racing

  • Detect gates (with color codes)

  • Pass thru gates

  • Complete course

Definition Of Done

​To have, by the end of the season, completed a Parallel Battle with the 2 drones able to finish while respecting the league's rules...

 

RULES

Robocars

Racing Rules

  • Cars must be 1/18 or 1/10 scale

  • Cars can leave track but cannot shortcut turns

  • Cars touching obstacles will be penalized 10s for every obstacle touched on lap time

  • Cars touching other car coming from behind will be disqualified for the race

  • Cars must be totally autonomous

  • All cameras are allowed, even those with laser illumination. Be aware that illumination could be forbidden in future races

  • Distance sensors using ultrasound, IR or laser are allowed (1D sensors)

  • LIDAR devices providing 2D or 3D data are NOT allowed 

Race results, points & standings 

  • Race result point are attributed following race finish order from 1st to 10th
    25 – 18 - 15 – 12 – 10 – 8 – 6 – 4 – 2 – 1

  • Cars must succeed at a race to get the race points
    For example, in a Sprint Race a car not achieving 2 laps will not get points even if it is the best performance

  • Race result points are ajusted through the difficulty factor of each race
    10 pts (5th place) in a Battle will count
    10 x 1 = 10 pts for the championship

    10 pts (5th place) in a Carnage will count
    10 x 4 = 40 pts
     for the championship

  • Race result points will count for the championship only if at least 3 cars succeed at the race

  • All championship points for every race will be added at the end of the season to determine the winner of the season

Robodrones

Racing rules

  • Drones maximum motor to motor size is 300mm 

  • Drones must pass thru the gates in the right order and in the right direction

  • Drones touching gates will be penalized 10s for every gate touched on lap time

  • Drones must be equipped with propeller protections

  • Drones must be totally autonomous

  • All cameras are allowed, even those with laser illumination. Be aware that illumination could be forbidden in future races

  • Distance sensors using ultrasound, IR or laser are allowed (1D sensors)

  • LIDAR devices providing 2D or 3D data are NOT allowed 

Race results, points & standings 

  • Race result point are attributed following race finish order from 1st to 10th
    25 – 18 - 15 – 12 – 10 – 8 – 6 – 4 – 2 – 1

  • Drones must succeed at a race to get the race points
    For example, in a Sprint Race a car not achieving 2 laps will not get points even if it is the best performance

  • Race result points are ajusted through the difficulty factor of each race
    10 pts (5th place) in a Sprint will count
    10 x 1 = 10 pts for the championship

  • Race result points will count for the championship only if at least 2 drones succeed at the race

  • All championship points for every race will be added at the end of the season to determine the winner of the season

 

RACE TYPES

Robocars

Sprint (difficulty x1)

  • 2 laps around the track completed as quickly as possible

  • No obstacle on track

  • 4 minutes allowed

Battle (difficulty x1)

  • One on one racing sharing the same track but starting on opposite sides (in terms of on track distance)

  • Cars start at the same time

  • Winner of the leg is the first to complete 2 laps or to catch the other car

  • The winner of the battle must win 2/3 legs 

Slalom (difficulty x2)

  • Same as Sprint with 10 obstacles added each obstructing half of the track on either side

Carnage (difficulty x4)

  • Cars must have succeeded at the Sprint Race to enter the Carnage Track Race

  • First to complete 2 laps with all the cars starting together on a 2m separated starting grid

  • Start order determined by Sprint times

  • Obstacles may or not be present  

Carnage Speedway (difficulty x3)

  • Same as Carnage but on an oval track  

Robodrones

Sprint (difficulty x1)

  • 2 laps around the drone course completed as quickly as possible

  • No obstacle on course

  • 4 minutes allowed

Parallel Battle (difficulty x1)

  • One on one racing each drone running on identical parallel race courses

  • Drones start at the same time

  • Winner of the leg is the first to complete 2 laps 

  • The winner of the battle must win 2/3 legs 

 

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