Indian Robo Parade (IRP) is an initiative of ROBO-G in collaboration with ATAL Tinkering Lab, Vidyashilp Academy and National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS) to ignite creative young minds towards STEM.
The objective behind organizing the event is not only to enhance the students’ technical knowledge of robotics but also to develop their creativity and problem-solving skills through such competitions
Indian Robo Parade is conducted every year to motivate children to understand how robots work and behave.
Due to covid-19 we could not organize a physical event this year. So we are organizing IRP 2020-21 virtually. Where students can participate in a virtual robotics competition.
Over the last 23 years, Vidyashilp Academy has been recognized worldwide for its unique curriculum and teaching practices. We are a day extended school from Grade 1 to 12, with classes running from 8 am to 3.45 pm. Our curriculum lends itself to a smooth and structured transition, meeting the requirements of both the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (ICSE and ISC) and the University Of Cambridge International Examinations for the international general certificate of secondary education (IGCSE, AS and A-Level) course as a registered Cambridge International Centre.
ROBO-G provide a unique platform for students to understand and learn the 21st century Skills and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Education through hands-on learning tools.
National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS), located in the Indian Institute of Science Bengaluru campus, is a centre of higher learning engaged in interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research in natural sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities.
NIAS runs India's National Gifted Education Programme for children with the self-motivation and ability for advanced learning.
Since 2017, Vidyashilp Academy has been hosting one of the NIAS supported Advanced Learning Centres, for children of grades 8-10 studying in any school.
Note: The end time to fill the registration form is 15th January 2021 at 6:00 pm IST.
A SMALL LABYRINTH – IRP 2020-21
Make a program with LabView from LEGO® Education EV3 Mindstorms, which gives you Instructions to the robot to move from the green square to the red square through the Labyrinth. Each Once you pass the curves, you will receive 5 points for each correct turn and final points when you reach the red box. The total Maximum Score is 20 points per round. Once the challenge is finished, accept the option to upload the scores to RobotVirtualGames.com where they will reflect your scores and time you achieved.
To win you have to achieve the maximum score in the shortest time possible in the total rounds specified in the challenge detail box.
Note: Registration fee includes access to the competition mat and 30 days free license of the Virtual Robotics Toolkit Software (Full version) which you can claim once your 15 days trial version expires.