Robotex International 2021 will be held on 5.-7. November in Saku Suurhall (Tallinn, Estonia). The festival will be jam-packed with amazing competitions, buzzing Expo hall, workshops, and much more. Registration for the competitions will be open until October 24.

Ticket sales to spectators will start on September 27 at Piletilevi.

Check out the competition rules and register or the competitions at game.robotex.ee.

Competitions for beginners:

Robo League – Robo League means demonstrating of static and moving robotic models. Model can include different components, but has to be programmed and move on self-designed competition area

LEGO Line Following – In the line-following competition, the robots are tasked with completing the track marked with a black line on the field as quickly as possible. Two robots compete against each other on parallel mirrored tracks. The robots must be made of LEGOs.

LEGO Sumo – The LEGO sumo robot’s mission is to take your opponent out of the ring, following all the rules of politeness and competition. The challenge is open to all, regardless of technical level and age.

3KG LEGO Sumo – The LEGO sumo robot’s mission is to take your opponent out of the ring, following all the rules of politeness and competition. The challenge is open to all, regardless of technical level and age.

Aviation Academy Drone Race for beginners – Unmanned aerial robots have to pass obstacles and be faster than their opponents while doing so.

Intermediate competitions:

Line Following Enhanced – In the line-following competition, the robots are tasked with completing the track marked with a black line on the field as quickly as possible. There are obstacles on the track.

Line Following – The line-following competition is one of the most popular robotics competitions in the world, and Robotex is hosting it for the sixth time. In a line-following competition, the robots are tasked with completing a track marked with a black line on the field as quickly as possible. Two robots compete against each other on parallel mirrored tracks.

Mini Sumo – The task of the mini sumo robot is to get your opponent out of the ring, following all the rules of politeness and competition. The challenge is open to all, regardless of technical level and age.

Folkrace – The aim of the competition is to emulate the exhilarating nature of rallycross. Up to five robots are allowed on the track at a time, competing against each other in speed and skill.

Girls’ Firefighting – Firefighting is a competition for girls and women, aimed at encouraging young people who are under-engaged in engineering and technology to develop the skills they need to succeed in these fields. The robots are tasked with locating four candles placed on the competition area and extinguishing them within a given time.

Advanced competitions:

Mega sumo – The sumo robot’s task is to get your opponent out of the ring, following all the rules of courtesy and competition. The challenge is open to all, regardless of technical level and age.

Aviation Academy Drone Race – Unmanned aerial robots have to pass obstacles and be faster than their opponents while doing so.

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