CoSpace and RoboMaker 2018
Jointly organized by the Robotics & Maker Academy (RMA) and the RoboCup Singapore Regional committee, the 6th Singapore National CoSpace and RoboMaker Challenges will provide opportunities for primary, secondary, and tertiary students to learn robot making, coding and AI from basic line tracing to industrial robotic applications in a conducive environment with hands-on activities.
The Singapore National CoSpace and RoboMaker Challenges will include the full set of the RoboCup Asia Pacific CoSpace Challenges. A training workshop will be provided for everyone attending the event.
Participants first learn to build and code robots in training workshops, and subsequently use these robots in the CoSpace Grand Prix, CoSpace Rescue and CoSpace Logistics Challenge. In doing so, participants are able to acquire the necessary STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) and computational thinking skills to gain a better understanding in coding and robotics – skill sets that are necessary to enable Singapore to gear up as the world’s first Smart Nation.
The National CoSpace and RoboMaker Challenges also serve as the warming up competition for teams to participate in the 2nd RoboCup Asia Pacific Championship in Kish Island, on 5 – 10 Dec 2018.
• Students from Primary and Secondary schools are eligible to join the event.
• U12: Student aged 12 and below (Primary category)• U19: Student aged 19 and below (Secondary Category)
• RCAP Cospace Grand Prix
- U12, Novice Team (First time to participate in the CoSpace Grand Prix Challenge)
- U12, Experienced Team
• RCAP Cospace Rescue
• Training Workshops: Friday, 17 Aug 2018, from 2 – 5.30 pm• Grand Challenges: Saturday, 18 Aug 2018
• Convention Centre, Singapore Polytechnic
PLEASE READ THIS INFORMATION CAREFULLY!
- Any changes of registration information, such as participant names, swap of leagues, etc. are strictly NOT allowed once the registration is closed.
Students from Primary and Secondary schools are eligible to join the event.
Each team will have 2 – 4 students. A team member cannot register 2 or more leagues.
- U12: Student aged 12 and below
- U19: Student aged 19 and below
Registration Fee (Singapore MOE Schools)
- 1. The registration fee for teachers/mentors from Singapore MOE School teams are fully subsidised by the organiser.
- 2. The registration fee for students from Singapore MOE School teams are subsidised by the organiser for early registration.
- 3. Late registration is only for teams to add new members. New team registration is not allowed during this period.
- 4. The registration fee include a CsBot-M1 robot.
- 5. The registration fee include a VRBOT robot.
- 6. The fees indicated is after subsidy.
Registration Fee (Singapore Non-MOE Schools)
- 1. Late registration is only for teams to add new members. New team registration is not allowed during this period.
- 2. The registration fee include a CsBot-M1 robot.
- 3. The registration fee include a VRBOT robot.
Registration Fee (International Teams)
International Teams are eligible to participate in all sub-leagues. Please contact email@example.com for registration details.
- SP finance department will issue e-invoice to schools upon the registration confirmation.
- Please prepare the correct amount cash for your team and pay at the registration counter.
- Please cross the cheque and make payable to “Singapore Polytechnic”. The payment should be sent to:
c/o Advanced Robotics and Intelligent Control Centre
500 Dover Road
- On the reverse of the cheque, please indicate
Event: The 6th Singapore National CoSpace and RoboMaker Challenges
After the registration, the Organising Committee will send you an email for the registration verification and confirmation. There will be no refund of registration fee in the following cases:
- No show during the competition.
- Removal a team or participants after the registration is finalised.
The challenges are open to all students with or without experience in robotics and coding. All participants are eligible to attend a half-a-day training workshop. The details are as follows:
All teams participating in the CoSpace Grand Prix need to have the CsBot-M1 for the Challenge. Teams are required to bring the CsBot-M1 for training if you already have the robot.
The VRBOT-D1 is required for CoSpace Rescue, U19 (secondary) category. Teams are required to bring the VRBOT-D1 for training if you already have the robot.
CoSpace Grand Prix Challenge
In the CoSpace Grand Prix Challenge, teams are required to make a robot, code a robot, and finally take part in the Robot Race in the real-virtual co-existing space. 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.
1.Challenge Rules: CoSpace Grand Prix Rules 2018
- U12, Novice Team
CoSpace Rescue Challenge
In RCAP CoSpace Rescue challenge, teams are required to use a real robot, develop and program appropriate strategies for both real and virtual autonomous robots to navigate through the real and virtual worlds to search and rescue victims, while competing with another team’s robot executing the same mission in the same real and virtual worlds. Selection and implementation of suitable AI strategy is very important in the RCAP CoSpace Rescue challenge.
1.Challenge Rules: CoSpace Rescue Challenge Rules 2018
The primary objectives of the Team Mentor are:
- •To be the contact person of the team participating in the RoboCup Singapore Open.
- •To ensure team delivers the right value and attitude during RoboCup Singapore Open.
- •To address all issues arising from RoboCup Singapore Open.
- •To explore and implement learning opportunities for students in the Singapore National CoSpace and RoboMaker Challenges.
Channels of Communication
- •The RoboCup Singapore Open Organizing Committee communicates instructions and decisions to the Team Mentor.
- •The Team Mentor communicates instructions and decisions to the team leaders and members.
NOTICES TO ALL PARTICIPANTS
Do’s & Don’ts
- •It is each participant’s responsibility to take care of their properties, including robots, computers, tools, equipment and personal belongings that he/she brings to the event. Teams are strongly advised not to leave any valuable equipment and personal belongings unattended.
- •Teams are advised to bring back their own robots at the end of each day during the competition.
- •Teams are not allowed to have meal inside the team area and competition area.
- •No littering. Proper placement of large props/tools. Keep the competition venue clean and tidy.
- •Proper use of tools. Student must be adequately trained for using tools.
- •In event of fire, please exit the event venue through the designated safety exit in an orderly manner.
- •No short-circuiting, overloading of power socket. No faulty equipment to be plug in.
- •Mentors are to ensure team delivers the right value and attitude during National RoboMaker and CoSpace Challenges.
- •Each participant grants the Organising Committee the permission, with respect to all photographs, or videos that have been taken of the participant and the robots during the event. Each participant releases and discharges the Organising Committee and its photographers, agents, from all claims with the use of such photographs, film or video. Please inform the Organising Committee if you have any objections.
Singapore National CoSpace and RoboMaker Challenges 2018 Organising Committee
10 July 2018