- Date: Friday 25 – Saturday 26, October 2019
- Venue (gugcmap-eng): Griffith University, Gold Coast Campus, Australia
- Organisers: Griffith University and Australian Robotics Association
- Supporter: Google Australia and Ubitech
- Download: WIT2019_2_poster
- Innovative Technology Challenge (building robots, UAVs, smart houses etc.)
- Software Programming Challenges
- Problem Solving (team project).
- Programming Skill Test (individual test at the venue).
- Robot Race Challenges
- How many categories can I participate in?
- up to 3 categories.
- What is the difference between ‘Problem Solving‘ and ‘Student Symposium‘?
- Students will present technical (programmed) solutions for ‘Problem Solving’, whereas ‘Symposium’ will be about scientific research outcomes.
- Both will be presented in a lecture theatre.
- What are the assessment criteria?
- Innovative Technology Challenge: Creativity of the Concept (30%), Significance of the Technology (30%), Completeness (20%), and Presentation (20%)
- Problem Solving Challenge: Problem Description (10%), Problem Solving Process (30%), Solution (40%), Presentation (20%)
- Symposium: Research Issues Description (10%), Literature Study (30%), Experiment and Analysis (40%), Presentation (20%)
- Coding: score-based
- Line Tracing: speed-based
- Sumo: knock-out
Peichen Sun , National Kaohsiung Normal University, Taiwan (Organising Chair)
Handson Lee, Chinese Robot Olympic Association, China (Sumo)
Josephine Legaspi, Pinoyrobotgames, Philippines (Innovative Technology)
Debbie Suh, Ewha University, Korea (Symposium)
Cailen Robertson, Griffith University, Australia (Obstacle Avoidance)
Ryoma Ohira, Griffith University, Australia (Coding)
Santoso Gondowidjojo, Robot Olympiad Committee, Indonesia (Publicity)