• My Innovation
Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited.Imagination encircles the world”
Innovation plays an important role in every aspects of life. Crisis for innovation arises, when the needs increase. Everyone has some ideologies within their minds. Due to some circumstances it is not exhibited outside. It gets destroyed inside without getting out to the beautiful world.
For those who are wondering to create new era in life. For those, who are willing to stand-ahead before others. Here is your chance of exhibiting it to the world!
Robotzindia presents the Yotta Innovation challenge to the dreaming minds of the future. You can design, create and make your working prototype and showcase it to the world. Get ready! And Start building!
“Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world”
Design and fabricate a model which can be applied to a certain scenario or a specific task. It is an open innovative designing in any field of science and engineering. Project report, data logs and the fabricated model should be presented in the final round of the competition.
Working model and magnitude of output should be exhibited by the team.
Future Transportation

Fuel efficient, zero emission vehicles will use high tech electronics to assist drivers in a wide variety of ways. Vehicles will communicate with each other, with the road and with traffic signals. Autos and trucks of the future will use vision enhancement devices to help you navigate through bad weather and warn you of a possible collision with a pedestrian or animal. Cars of the future will be radically different than the automobiles of today, and so will the driving experience.
Smart Roads

Roads are the literal bedrock of future transport. So, your typical smart road will be more ‘animated’ than its conventional ‘inanimate’ predecessor. It’ll come with sensors, data capture capabilities, the ability to be responsive to changes in the environment and, perhaps most importantly, be connected. Roads will ‘talk’ to cars, bicycles, traffic lights and even cities. Roads will be ‘alive’ and in turn, we will benefit from the experience of quicker, safer and more effective trips.
The event consists of 2 rounds.

My Innovation will have 3 categories, An Individual or team can participate with a team name.

The project can either be a working model, poster and Pptx (Power point presentation), it should be explained properly and have necessary report and logbook.

Categories:
  • Open category
  • Future Transportation
  • Smart roads
ROUND 1:
  • The round 1 will be the Qualifiers.
  • The teams will be asked to present their working model or poster and pptx along with the detailed report and updated data logs. Improper Logbook details will lead to disqualification.
  • A team of selection committee will be reviewing your project and presentation.
  • The selection will be based on ability to explain the projects and individual or team member contributions.
  • The models are required to be operated for demo or if the teams have new innovative ideas, prototype can also be demonstrated.
  • Teams failing to demonstrate the working model (those who bring models ) will be disqualified.
  • 10 best teams will be selected for the final round which is to be presented before the chief-guest and special juries.
Regional / Zonal center near you. Students will be informed for their zonal centers.
ROUND 2:
  • The round 2 will be the finals.
  • The selected teams should be well prepared to present their working models or poster and pptx with project report, Log book in front of the chief guest and judges.
  • Every individual or members of the team must share in presenting the presentation.
  • The model should be demonstrated to the judges.
  • The points will be awarded based on the individual talents in the team, presentation given, the working functionality and innovativeness of the model.
Venue: The final round will be held in Chennai.
  • The project report should be in the given format. Format is available at the bottom as a separate download.
  • Data logs should be filled for every day of work under taken to complete the project. Data log overview is available at the bottom as a separate download.
  • The maximum number of slides of the presentation should not exceed 30 slides.
  • Students should be involved in fabricating the project.
  • Explosives, chemicals or any kind of equipments exhibiting danger will not be allowed for the competition in-case of protective innovation being exhibited.
  • Measurements must be in metric except where highly specialized equipment is calibrated in other units. Presentations in which the measurements were not done in metric will not have credits added to their work.
  • Each student will give their presentation in the same order as listed in the program booklet. The judges may make an exception for unusual circumstances.
  • The presentation will not exceed a maximum time limit of 15 minutes and will be given proper notice by a timekeeper. No reduction in score will be given for a presentation of less than 15 minutes. Presentations exceeding 15 minutes will be given negative points. There will be a grace period of approximately 10 - 15 seconds before this penalty is applied.
  • No video shoots/photographs will be allowed during the presentation.
  • Individuals can participate in the event.
  • Team should have a “Team name” (a unique name to be validated from the site), “Logo” for your team name.
  • The participants of RobotzIndia v4.0 competition can compete with the same “Team Name”
  • A team should have a leader or a spokesperson to interact with media, RAAIF and other audience.
  • Bring cleaning equipments to clean any spills on the presentation arena / stage.
  • During the presentation:
  • A student shall not be interrupted during his presentation and no one shall be permitted to enter or leave the room during the presentation.
    The students may use notes in their presentations but reading the report to the judges is considered bad form.
    Any two-dimensional representation (charts, pictures, graphs, posters, slides, projections etc.) may be used to enhance and supplement the talk, but not to replace the speaker.
    No three-dimensional objects may be used in the presentations.
    No materials may be passed to the judges during the presentation. Only in rare, unique situations the judges might request materials during the questioning period.
    Only a Robotzindia technician may assist with the use of the audiovisual equipment.
    Specialized presentation media such as video recording, tape cassettes, computer screens, etc. should be used only when absolutely necessary to establish a point that cannot be made with standard media and should constitute at most 10% of the total speech.
    In cases of doubt as to the appropriateness of a presentation, the State Judging Chairman will make the final ruling.
    Upon completion of the presentation, the team may be questioned BY THE JUDGES. Judges may ask questions to seek clarification of a student’s methods, conclusions, and/or understanding. It is inappropriate for judges to criticize or comment on a student’s project.
    The student shall receive award based on the average score per judge, calculated by the following formula:
    Average Score = Total Score of All Judges/5 x (Total Number of Judges)
    The projects will be judged on a 5 point scale. .
    Judges decision will be the final
    The sample report and logbook sample pages are available in the DOWNLOAD section of the RobotzIndia website.
Contact
RAAIF- Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Foundation
No. 37, MB Street,
Giri Complex, First floor,
Chennai-600002, India.
Phone: +9144-28551110, 2858 6363, Mob: 9677246729