Innokas2018 Robotics Tournament in Tampere
Innokas Network in collaboration with its partners arranges the Innokas2018 Robotics Tournament on 14.-16.5. in Tampere. The tournament is co-located with the Taitaja event.
In the tournament, teams from Finnish schools take parts in four Innokas competitions: Xsumo, Rescue, Freestyle and Dance/Theater. In addition, the Vex competition is showcased at the event.
Travel day, getting to know the venue and robot testing
8.30–9.00 Opening ceremony
9.00–16.30 Competitions and visiting the Taitaja event
9.00–15.00 Competitions and visiting the Taitaja event
15.00–16.00 Awards and closing ceremony
The theme for Freestyle in 2018 is “Future Expert”. The competition takes place in three leagues: Robotics, Maker and Extreme. Watch the Freestyle instruction video and read competition rules here. For enquiries on the rules, contact Freestyle chief judge Kati Sormunen (email@example.com)
Watch the XSumo instruction video and read competition ruleshere. For enquiries on the rules, contact XSumo chief judge Erkki Hautala (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Watch the Dance/Theater instruction video and read competition rules here. Also get to know the judging principles here. For enquiries on the rules, contact Dance/Theater chief judge Minna Kukkonen (email@example.com)
The Innokas Rescue competition is divided into three leagues. The Rescue track is built using modular pieces that can be used to build different tracks from easy ones to more challenging ones. Watch both the Rescue instruction video and the programming hints video. Read the competition rules here and more details about the rules and grading sheet here. For enquiries on the rules, contact Rescue chief judge Jens Lindholm (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Vex IQ Ringmaster
Read the instructions and rules for the Vex competition here. For enquiries on the Vex competition, contact Vex chief judge Timo Tiusanen (email@example.com)
Travel and accommodation
Read all the details on travel, accommodation, auxiliary programs and other practical arrangements here.
Enrollment for the event opens on Thursday 15.2. and closes on Monday 9.4. The event can host 500 participants in enrollment order. Please find more information here (in Finnish).