FISRT Global Challenge is worldwide robotic olympiad, for the first time organized in 2017. It will be organized every year in a different country. The Polish team for this Olympics was created by members and mentors of our team.
Every year, the Olympics will address other urgent global problem. The first edition concerned the lack of clean water in the world.
The robots rode into the simulation of the river, collected colored balls, segregated them, returned them to special containers, and pulled themselves up on a special bar. For each element points were calculated, from which laid the ranking.
All teams two months before the competition received the same sets of parts needed for the construction of the robot. The only restriction on the construction of the robot was the number of components and dimensions of the robot. The rest depended only on the imagination and skills of the team members.
The games lasted three days. Initially, the teams played test matches. The opening ceremony took place on Sunday, July 16 and the next two days were dedicated to the competition matches and the closing ceremony and decoration of the best teams.
The judges already during the test matches have given the name of the robot Polish Monster, which was very accurate, because the machine directly beat opponents.
Finally, the team took 2nd place in the representation of 157 countries and 6 continents.