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2020 Youth Tournament

About the Competition

Following the successful run of the RoboMaster Robotics Competition for five years, the RoboMaster Youth Tournament is a brand-new format of the Competition targeted at young participants. Launched by DJI, the Tournament requires young participants to form teams and engage in battles by operating their self-developed or modified robots.

It focuses on building the theoretical engineering knowledge and AI application skills among youths, and helping them progress from mastering robotic basics and programming to AI and robot control theory. Its competitive format is a test of the participants’ quick adaptability, problem detection and problem-solving skills. Meanwhile, the Tournament will also put the participants’ teamwork and sense of responsibility to the test.

RoboMaster is starting a revolution in fostering innovative talents. Besides driving the development of robotics, it is channeling the enthusiasm and passion of top scientists and engineers for technology to the younger generation. The RoboMaster Youth Tournament hopes to nurture scientific thinking and the potential for innovation among youths, and help them derive a sense of joy and achievement through technical battle, so that they gain the confidence to face the challenges of the future and move towards the goal of changing the world.

Rules Overview

The types of robots for the 2020 season include the Standard, Engineer and Aerial. With their self-developed or modified robots, opposing teams will engage in 4v4 tactical shooting battles at the designated site by firing projectiles from their robots at the enemy’s robots or base. Multiple tasks are to be completed during the competition including projectile reloading by the Engineer, automatic recognition and line inspection as well as activation of power runes by the Standards, and the breaking of base armors by the Aerial. If the bases of both teams are still surviving after the end of the competition, the team with the highest remaining base HP will be the winner.
Teams will be divided into two battle categories: the Junior Category (age 9 - 15) and the Senior Category (Age 15 - 19).

For more information on the rules, see
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Standard*2

Main force responsible for the team’s output

Standard

[Mission]

[Assessment Points]

Machine learning, gimbal control
Visual recognition, line inspection recognition

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Engineer*1

Team support and rescue

Engineer

[Mission]

[Assessment Points]

Gripper mechanism, vertical movement structure design, use of angle sensors, angle closed loop control, motor position loop control

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Aerial*1

Aerial and ground coordination and support

Aerial

[Assessment Points]

UAV programming, flight control

Tournament Schedule

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Registration

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March 9 - May 9, 2020

Regional competitions

See below Regional Competitions

June - October, 2020

Final Tournament

Competition Venues:China·Guangdong·Shenzhen

(to be determined)

Regional Competitions

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Northern Region
Beijing
Hebei
Shanxi
Henan
Shandong
Ningxia
Xinjiang
Shaanxi
Liaoning
Jilin
Inner Mongolia
Southern Region
Guangdong
Shenzhen
Chongqing
Sichuan
Yunnan
Hubei
Hunan
Jiangsu
Fujian
Shanghai
Zhejiang
Guangxi
Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan Region
Macau
Taiwan
Hong Kong
Overseas
Singapore
*The Singapore competition is not displayed in the image.

Key Learning Focus

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Knowledge

Systematic learning, application in battle.
①Robotic basics
②Programming
③Introduction to AI
④Control theories
⑤Robot kinematics

More information on the tutorials
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Skills training

Preparation: Problem detection, analysis and solving skills
Team battle: Sense of responsibility and teamwork
Specific skills: Self-directed learning, application skills
Periodic assessment: Independent and critical thinking

View the tutorials
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Progress

The winning team will have the opportunity to participate in the High School RoboMaster Camp, a leading platform for technological application and advancement for high school students, initiated and organized by DJI and supported by leading science and engineering institutions of higher education.

For more information on the camp, see

Prizes (Final Tournament)

Senior Category

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Champion trophy
Champion honorary certificates (for each team member)
Medals (for each team member)
Mavic Mini (for each team member)
Participation and exemption criteria for High School RoboMaster Winter Camp 2021

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First runner-up trophy
First runner-up certificate
Certificates of achievement (for each team member)
Medals (for each team member)
Mavic Mini (for each team member)
Participation and exemption criteria for High School RoboMaster Winter Camp 2021

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Second runner-up trophy
Second runner-up honorary certificates (for each team member)
Medals (for each team member)
Tello EDU (for each team member)
Participation and exemption criteria for High School RoboMaster Winter Camp 2021

Junior Category

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Champion trophy
Champion honorary certificates (for each team member)
Medals (for each team member)
Mavic Mini (for each team member)
Exemption criteria for High School RoboMaster Winter Camp 2021

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First runner-up trophy
First runner-up honorary certificates (for each team member)
Medals (for each team member)
Mavic Mini (for each team member)
Exemption criteria for High School RoboMaster Winter Camp 2021

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Second runner-up trophy
Second runner-up honorary certificates (for each team member)
Medals (for each team member)
Tello EDU (for each team member)
Exemption criteria for High School RoboMaster Winter Camp 2021