BotQuest Winter 2020 Tournament

This event has been postponed until further notice due to covid-19.

BotQuest Winter 2020 Tournament Page Updates:
14/03/20 – postponed
24/02/20 – page updated
28/10/19 – page created

City Shapers!

In the BotQuest Winter 2020 Tournament, teams must build a robot to complete as many of the City Shaper Missions as possible. Students may use LEGO EV3, Arduino, or Raspberry Pi or any platform to program their robot. The object of the game is to shape your growing city with more stable, beautiful, useful, accessible and sustainable buildings and structures. Solve the real-world problems represented in the Missions to score points.

 

The Goal:

Teams must build a robot to complete as many of the City Shaper Missions as possible. Students may use LEGO EV3, Arduino, or Raspberry Pi or any platform to program their robot. The object of the game is to shape your growing city with more stable, beautiful, useful, accessible and sustainable buildings and structures. Solve the real-world problems represented in the Missions to score points.

Remember: Each official match lasts 2.5 minutes. You may not have time to complete all the Missions, so be strategic about which ones you choose.

Brief Summary of Rules (this is NOT the complete set of rules)
Robot Game Objectives
  1. Identify the missions you want to solve
  2. Design, build and program a LEGO robot to complete the missions
  3. Complete as many missions as you can in 2.5 minutes
Rules

  1. Your robot must be fully autonomous – no remote control
  2. You must start your robot in the Launch Area
  3. Once the robot is in action you cannot touch it
  4. When your robot returns back to the Launch Area you can: update the program, make adjustments, connect/remove attachments

For full challenge details, please consult the challenge manual.

Questions?

If you have any questions about the BotQuest Winter 2020 tournament, contact [email protected]

 

 

 

 

 

 

Check Out Our Past Tournaments!

2019 Winter Tournament

2019 Spring Tournament