The Federation of International Robo-Sports Association (FIRA) – founded by Prof. Jong-Hwan Kim, KAIST, Korea in 1996 – is the oldest robot football competition in the world. From humble beginnings, FIRA has grown into a major robotics competition with the goal of using sports as reference problems for cutting-edge research in robotics and other related fields. FIRA also includes the FIRA Air competition for autonomous flying robots, the FIRA Challenge for robotics research with major societal benefits such as urban search and rescue robots, and FIRA Youth for the next generation of researchers.
Unified Robotics is the first-of-its-kind to inspire students with and without intellectual disabilities to consider STEM careers, as well as unite students of diverse abilities as teammates and competitors on this field of play.
Robochallenge is a robotics competition designed for those students who are passionate about applied projects and also for those who are willing to learn new things. The competition is aimed at both beginners and experts, but mainly at robotics enthusiasts. It comes as a continuation of the theoretical knowledge gained in college and is how students can do something enjoyable and useful based on the theoretical knowledge they have acquired.
Robochallenge is a competition organized by the ETTI ROBOCHALLENGE team in collaboration with the Liga Studentilor Electronisti from the Faculty of Electronics and hosted by the Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics of the politehnica University of Bucharest.
Hosted by Lawrence Technological University in Southfield, MI, Robofest is a festival of autonomous robot competitions and events that encourages students to have fun while learning Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and Computer Science principles. Students design, build and program the robots. Any robotics kits are allowed to build robots. Robots can be programmed with any programming language.
Robotex is an organization based in Estonia whose mission is to organize Robotex International – an annual robotics festival that brings together thousands of engineers, executives, students and families to be inspired by technology industry leaders, examine new startups , build robots for various challenges and learn about the latest technological innovations.
The organizing team of the Oradea Robotics Championship competition consisting of students, pupils and teachers passionate about robotics, willing to volunteer to develop practical programming and design skills in the field of robotics.
The initiative of this competition started and is still supported by the students and teachers of the Faculty of Managerial and Technological Engineering / Department of Mechatronics and Robotics.
The Hellenic Mediterranean University Robotics Club aims to give the students of the Hellenic Mediterranean University the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the field of robotics. Through exciting and creative projects, team members expand their robotics knowledge and interact with other students who share the same passion and curiosity. They discover this field and learn to create, in an environment of collaboration and teamwork.