IEEE TENCON 2021 Robot Design Competition
There are different type of robot systems already in our environment, and robots are getting essential to our daily life. The new era of robotics is witnessing the increasing release of new innovative robots with a diverse set of applications.
We are inviting students who will lead this new era as part of IEEE TENCON 2021 Robot Workshop. You can design and develop any robots, and show how it works and why people use your robots in your presentation. The original intent was to invite all local participants on site, but due to COVID-19 restrictions in Auckland, we are now scheduling this annual New Zealand IEEE North section event as part of the international IEEE Region 10 premier conference IEEE TENCON 2021.
This will help school teams to get international visibility and also check out the top 7 teams out of all the University teams that will be sending in their entries to IEEE Region 10.
o University student division for undergrad and postgrad (Co-Organized by IEEE Region 10)
o Senior School student division for intermediate and high school
o Junior School student division for primary school
o Each team can have up to 3 members max
o NZD 100 per person regardless of IEEE membership (Special Friday workshop Registration Rates secured)
o At least one member should do your registration for submitting your video
o See the registration page: https://tencon2021.com/registration/ (Online registration will open soon)
o Once one of your member complete your registration, you can submit your videos here:
o Submit a video that shows demo and presentation within 5 mins max.
o Any audio or visual files should be embedded in the presentation videos and be saved as individual files on your desktop.
o All videos should be in mp4 format and each minute of video should be less than 100MB.
o Submission due is 23:59:59 December 3, 2021 in NZT.
Judging and Prize
o 3-5 professionals will judge your videos.
o Medals- Gold, silver and bronze for each division
o Cash prize can be given to winners in the University division sponsored by IEEE Region 10
If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Ho Seok Ahn (firstname.lastname@example.org).