Be an active part of the AI.Industrial.Revolution with our international competition in robot manipulation
Robothon® is an international competition and benchmarking event for measuring state-of-the-art performance in robot manipulation.
Teams compete using a robot platform to autonomously execute a series of hand-picked manual tasks inspired by real world industry challenges across multiple sites.
The Robothon® is a network for professional experts and academic researchers to collaborate together on pressing economic challenges.
Teach your robot to use a Multimeter!
FIND THE BOARD
Find the task board randomly placed on table by pressing a button
OPERATE A MULTIMETER
Turn on a multimeter and plug in the probe
SET A SLIDER
Read a value from a screen and move the slider to match
PROBE A CIRCUIT
Open a hinged door and use the probe to check a circuit
ROUTE A CABLE
Neatly stow the probe cable by routing it around pegs
Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) Challenge:
Use a multimeter to probe a circuit on your own e-waste device!
Team’s must provide details about their intended robot platform in their team application. Our goal is to provide the lowest barrier to entry for teams to participate in cutting edge robotics research and welcome all teams, from universities and companies, to apply. The competition seeks to find the best automated solution for the challenge tasks. Human performance is established as a baseline measurement for all solutions and, therefore, bimanual systems may be preferred. All the challenge tasks have been designed to be completed with a single arm manipulator and pinch gripper. The organizers will review each team’s robotic platform in their application and will create performance categories for teams with significantly different hardware as deemed necessary by the Grand Jury.
Safety: All participating teams are responsible for their own safety when operating equipment in connection with the competition. As such, the organizers do not take responsibility for damages that may occur.
11:59 p.m. CET
01:00 - 02:00 p.m. CET
11:59 p.m. CET