FIRST TECH CHALLENGE
ROVER RUCKUS 2018-2019

ROCER RUCKUS

Maryland Tech Invitational 2019

Maryland Tech Invitational 2019



29-30 Jun,2019
in Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory Laurel, Maryland


KOREA ROBOT CHAMPIONSHIP 2018-2019

ROBOT DESIGN

 Robot

As the first Japanese team to join the FTC.
We were able to spend only about a month making robots for the tournament. It was a very short-term effort, but the team was united, concentrated, advanced efficiently, and completed the mission.
And, without knowing the existence of MTI, we started to practice on the next day of the FTC tournament to search for reflection points for the next year's FTC competition.
Now, the robot was Reborn to "雅-MIYABI" for MTI.


Robot Mechanical Parts and Materials


Robot Control System

・REV Robotics Control Hub (2pcs)
・Moto G4 Play phone(2pcs)
・Logitech Gamepad F310(2Psc)

DC Moter

・Gearmotor(7Psc)
・GiaBox:goBILDA 53:1(4) / goBILDA 26:1(2) TAMIYA 300:1(1)

Servo Moter

・Hitec HS-488HB(2Psc)
・Savox SA1230SG(2Psc)

UVC Compatible Camera

・Logicool C615(1Psc)

Flame Materials

・MISUMI
・SERVO CITY
・FLASHFORGE 3DPrinter / Finder(1) / Adventurer3(1)

Development environment

・Android Studio
・Gitlab
・Autodesk Fusion / Inventor
・Slack

KOREA ROBOT CHAMPIONSHIP 2019

KOREA ROBOT CHAMPIONSHIP
2018-2019



26 Jan,2019
in Gyeonggi-do Korea


KOREA ROBOT CHAMPIONSHIP 2018-2019

RESULTS

Alliance selection

KRC TEAM No5076


We were elected to the final game.


 Robot

ROBOT DESIGN

 Robot
 Robot

Robot Mechanical Parts and Materials


Robot Control System

・REV Robotics Control Hub (2pcs)
・Moto G4 Play phone(2pcs)
・Logitech Gamepad F310(2Psc)

DC Moter

・goBILDA(2Psc)
・TETRIX(5Psc)
・GiaBox:goBILDA 53:1(1) / TETRIX 60:1(5) TAMIYA 300:1(1)

Servo Moter

・Hitec HS-488HB(2Psc)
・Hitec HS‑785HB(2Psc)

UVC Compatible Camera

・Logicool C525(1Psc)

Flame Materials

・MISUMI
・SERVO CITY

Development environment

・Android Studio
・Gitlab
・Autodesk Fusion / Inventor
・Slack

GAME RULUS"


The Game


FROVER RUCKUS℠ presented by Qualcomm® Incorporated is played on a 12 ft. x 12 ft. (3.7m x 3.7m) square field with approximately 1 ft. (0.3 m) high walls and a soft foam mat floor. The object of the game is to attain a higher score than the opposing alliance by descending from the Lander, collecting Minerals from the Crater, sorting and scoring Minerals into the Cargo Hold of the Lander, performing Autonomous tasks, and navigating to specific parts of the Playing Field. The Scoring Elements for the game are 60 Silver Minerals and 90 Gold Minerals, and a team supplied Team Marker.

There are two alliances of two robots each – “red” and “blue”. There are two alliance-neutral Craters sit in opposite corners of the Playing Field and two Alliance-specific Depots are in the other corners. Unique navigation targets are placed in the center of each field wall. In front of each corner is a Mineral Sampling Field with 2 Silver Minerals and 1 Gold Mineral, randomly lined up. Field personnel will randomize the Minerals in the Sampling Field prior to the start of the Match. The remaining Minerals are divided approximately equally and placed in each Crater.

The Lander sits in the center of the field with Alliance-specific Landing Zones marked by red and blue tape surrounding it. Prior to the start of a match, robots may be Latched onto the Lander. Robots that cannot be Latched must start in the alliance’s Landing Zone under one of the Alliance’s Lander Support Bracket. Robots may also preload a Team Marker.

Matches have two distinct periods of play: a 30-second autonomous period followed by a two-minute driver-controlled period, the last 30 seconds of the driver-controlled period is called the end game which adds new scoring opportunities for robots to achieve.

Playing Field
IRST LEGO Leage 2017-2018 HYDRO DYNAMICSSM Map
Playing Field Zoom
IRST LEGO Leage 2017-2018 HYDRO DYNAMICSSM Map

Autonomous Period


During the autonomous period, robots operate using only pre-programmed instructions and sensor inputs. Alliances earn points by: Landing – robots lower themselves from the Lander onto the Playing Field; Sampling – robots identify the single Gold Mineral in each Sample Field; Claiming – Robots place the Team Marker in their corresponding Depot; and Parking – robots that end the autonomous period in a Crater earn points.


Driver-Controlled Period


During the driver-controlled period, alliances earn points by placing Minerals into their alliance’s Cargo Holds and Depot. Gold Minerals must be placed in the Gold Cargo Hold and Silver Minerals into the Silver Cargo Hold to score. Any Mineral in the Depot increases the Alliances score.


END Game


The final 30 seconds of the driver-controlled period is called the end game. In addition to the driver-controlled period tasks, Alliances earn points by Latching onto the Lander or by Parking In or Completely in any Crater.


Scoring


Autonomous Period Scoring
MISSIONS Points
Landing 30
Sampling 25
Claiming 15
Parking 10
Driver-Controlled Period Scoring
MISSIONS Points
Gold Mineral
in Gold Cargo Hold
5 / Mineral
Silver Mineral
in Silver Cargo Hold
5 / Mineral
Any Mineral
in Depot
5 / Mineral
Incorrect Mineral
in either Cargo Hold
0 / Mineral
End Game Scoring
MISSIONS Points
Robots Latched 50 / Robot
Robots Parked In Crater 20
Robots Parked Completely
In Crater
20

PENALTIES

Teams are evaluted by judges in 3 categories ・RobotGame・Robot Design・Core Values Furthermore, the teams are evaluated by referees in the category Robot Game.