CoSpace and RoboMaker 2015

ABOUT THE COMPETITION

The Singapore National CoSpace and RoboMaker Challenges provides a unique learning journey for students with or without robotics and coding experience. Through the training workshops, students will gain the necessary knowledge and skills on robotics and coding. The challenges will excite and motivate students to take on more ambitious tasks. The ultimate goal of the CoSpace RoboMaker Challenges is to provide opportunities for participants to learn robotics and coding – skill sets that are necessary to enable Singapore to gear up as the world’s first Smart Nation.

The international CoSpace onLine (iCooL) Challenge 2015 provides an opportunity for students from around the world to participate in CoSpace Robotics Competition. Students can show off their work, and benchmark themselves in the world of CoSpace Robotics.

SCHEDULE
CoSpace & RoboMaker Challenges 2015
1-Day Training Workshop
Date5, 6, 9, 11 Nov 2015
VenueMaker Space @SP
Grand Challenges
Date13 -14 Nov 2015
VenueConcourse A, Singapore Polytechnic
iCooL Challenge 2015
Date6 Nov 2015Release of challenge mission
9 Nov 2015Submission

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ORGANISERS

The Singapore National CoSpace and RoboMaker Challenges 2015 cum internationalCoSpace onLine (iCooL) Challenge 2015 will be jointly organized by the Robotics & Maker Academy (RMA) and RoboCup Singapore National Committee.

ELIGIBILITY

Students from Primary, Secondary, and Junior College are eligible to join the 1-day training workshops and grand challenges. Minimum 3 students per team.

AGE GROUP

• Lower Primary: Primary 1 – 3
• Upper Primary: Primary 4 – 6
• Lower Secondary: Secondary 1 – 2
• Upper Secondary: Secondary 3 – 4 and Junior College

TRAINING

The challenges are open to all students with or without experience in robotics and coding. 1-day training will be provided to students participating in the challenges. Each team only needs to attend ONE training session. The details are as follows:

Training WorkshopWhat to LearnWho Should Attend
CoSpace Rescue
5, 6, 9, 11 Nov 2015
9am – 4.30pm
• CoSpace Rescue Simulator
• Robot programming
Students participating in RCJ CoSpace Rescue Challenge (All age groups)
CoSpace Dance 
5 Nov 2015,
9am – 4.30pm
• CoSpace Dance Simulator
• Robot programming
• Humanoid robot gait tuning
Students participating in RCJ Dance Challenge (All age groups)
RoboCoding 
5, 6, 9, 11 Nov 2015,
9am – 4.30pm
• CoSpace RoboCoding Simulator
• Robot programming
Students participating in RoboCoding Challenge (All age groups)
RoboMaking 1 
6, 9 Nov 2015,
9am – 4.30pm
• Arduino robot assemblyStudents participating in RoboMaker Challenge (Primary age group)
RoboMaking 2 
6, 9 Nov 2015,
9am – 4.30pm
•Arduino robot assembly and its extensionStudents participating in RoboMaker Challenge (Secondary age group)
COSPACE AND ROBOMAKER CHALLENGES 2015

RoboCupJunior CoSpace Rescue Challenge

Age group (Singapore): lower Primary, upper Primary, lower Secondary, upper Secondary
Age group (international): Primary, Secondary

RoboCupJunior Dance Challenge

Age group:Primary, Secondary

• RoboCoding Challenge

Age group:Primary, Secondary 
Remark: In addition to the RoboCoding Challenge, each primary team will team up with another RoboMaker primary team to take part in the CoSpace Grand Prix Primary Challenge In addition to the RoboCoding Challenge, each secondary team will need to program the standard real robot and take part in the CoSpace Grand Prix Secondary Challenge

• RoboMaker Challenge

Age group: Primary, Secondary 
Remark: In addition to the RoboMaker Challenge, each primary team will team up with another RoboCoding primary team to take part in the CoSpace Grand Prix Primary Challenge
Secondary Team will only take park in the RoboMaker Challenge.

• CoSpace Grand Prix Challenge

Age group: Primary, Secondary

ICOOL CHALLENGE 2015

RoboCupJunior CoSpace Rescue Challenge

Age group:Primary, Secondary

REGISTRATION FEE
  1. 1-Day Training Workshop:

• Course and training material fee for local Singapore school teams only will be sponsored by the RMA.

• S$200 will be charged to teams if they do not join the RoboMaker Challenge on 13 – 14 Nov 2015 after receiving RoboMaker kit set in the training workshop.

  1. Challenges:

• The registration fee for local Singapore Teams will be sponsored by the RMA. S$50 per team no-show fee will be imposed.

• International teams, please contact  junior@robocupsingapore.org  for registration fee details.

COMPETITION CATEGORIES

ROBOCUPJUNIOR COSPACE RESCUE CHALLENGE

In CoSpace Rescue, teams are required to develop and program appropriate strategies for both real and virtual autonomous robots to navigate through the real and virtual worlds and collect objects, while competing with another team’s robot that is searching and collecting objects in the same real and virtual worlds.

Age group: Lower primary, upper primary, lower secondary, upper secondary.

Challenge Rule

ROBOCUPJUNIOR DANCE CHALLENGE

RoboCupJunior Dance means one or more robots, human come together to present a 1 – 2 minutes stage performance (theatre show or dance) in a creative designed environment. The challenge is intended to be very open-ended. Teams are encouraged to use CoSpace Dance Simulator to create virtual robots and virtual environment to make the performance to be creative, innovative. You should make full use of robotics technology and interactive digital media to create the performance.

Age group: Primary, Secondary

Challenge Rule

ROBOCODING CHALLENGE

The RoboCoding Challenge focuses on programming and computational thinking using fully autonomous robots. Teams are required to program the virtual RoboCar and compete with another team to race in the virtual environment.

Age group: Primary, Secondary

Challenge Rule

ROBOMAKER CHALLENG

The RoboMaker Challenge focuses on Robot Design and Making. Teams are required to design and build a real robot car. Teams will be assessed in creative design, presentation and benchmarking race challenge.

Age group: Primary, Secondary

Priamry Challenge Rule

Secondary Challenge Rule

COSPACE GRAND PRIX CHALLENGE

In CoSpace Grand Prix Challenge, the robot race begins in the real world. It will notify its virtual team robot after it reaches the teleportation terminal. The virtual robot will continue the race in the virtual world to complete the course. Teams are required to develop appropriate strategies for both real and virtual autonomous robot.

Age group: Primary, Secondary

Challenge Rule

REGISTRATION

PLEASE READ THIS INFORMATION CAREFULLY!

Please direct all questions and inquiries about the registration, and logistic arrangement via email to  office@robocupsingapore.org  . 

Registration for challenges and workshops is closed. 

INTERNATIONAL COSPACE ONLINE (ICOOL) CHALLENGE 2015

5-8 NOV 2015 • SINGAPORE

In conjunction with the 2nd Singapore National CoSpace and RoboMaker Challenges, the International CoSpace onLine (iCooL) Challenge 2015 will be organized from 5-8 Nov 2015.

CoSpace Robot is well accepted by students around the world for learning Robotics, Coding, Computational Thinking and STEM. CoSpace Rescue Challenge is an official sub-league of RoboCupJunior. It provides a fun and engaging way for young people to develop their computational thinking skills and to get involved in programming and algorithm development.

The iCooL Challenge provides an opportunity for students around the world to take part in the CoSpace Challenge remotely. Students can show off their work, and benchmark themselves in the world of CoSpace Robotics. During RoboCup 2015 held in Hefei, China, the 1st iCooL Challenge was kicked off, which attracted students from about 20 countries.

The iCooL Challenge @ Singapore National CoSpace and RoboMaker Challenges 2015 is jointly organised by Singapore Robotics & Maker Academy and RoboCup Singapore Committee. The winning teams will receive award certificates from the organising committee and RoboCup Singapore.

RCJ CoSpace Rescue Simulator will be used for iCooL Challenge @ Singapore National CoSpace and RoboMaker Challenges 2015.

Steps for participation:

  • Step 1 – Register for the challenge;
  • Step 2 – Download CoSpace Rescue Simulator 2015 (latest version is V3.6);
  • Step 3 – Practice your coding skills and test the online submission portal;
  • Step 4 – Receive the challenge map;
  • Step 5 – Design your strategy and program your robot to solve the challenge;
  • Step 6 – Submit your solution via the online submission portal.

TIMELINE:

14 – 31 Oct 2015Team Registration
1 Nov 2015Email will be sent to all registered teams on the details
2 – 3 Nov 2015“Uploading” process testing
5 Nov 2015 8:00 AM GMTChallenge map will be released
8 Nov 2015 8:00 AM GMTDeadline of DLL file submission
14 Nov 2015 8:00 AM GMTAnnouncement of the scores

TEAM:

Primary Age Group

Secondary Age Goup 

➤MAP DOWNLOAD

➤PROGRAMMING (.DLL FILE) SUBMISSION

➤RESULTS

We are pleased to announce that the winner of International CoSpace OnLine (iCooL) Challenge 2015 are DigiMinds E (Primary) and FUJISAN2 (Secondary)!

For all teams, congratulations on your achievement! So pleased for you on your well-earned success!

iCooL Primary Final
iCooL Secondary Final

SCHEDULE

TRAINING 

Date 5, 6, 9, 11 Nov 2015 
VenueMaker Space @ Singapore Polytechnic (within SP library)
Time 9am – 4.30pm

GRAND CHALLENGE 

13Nov

Note:1.       CoSpace Rescue, Secondary teams need to stay until 5pm if they get into finals (Top 4).2.       No activity for Robot dance teams on 13 Nov.

14Nov

TEAMS

ROBOCUP SINGAPORE OPEN 2015 TEAM LIST
01RescueUP
02RescueLS
03RescueUS
04Dance
05CodingP
06CodingS
07MakerP
08MakerS
09GrandPrixP
10GrandPrixS

RESULTS

Results