Sumo 2019

Results of the Sumo challenge, which culminated in a public class v class challenge on the Red Square…

Here are the robots…

  • Sumo Fighting Robot Kano
    For the sumo challenge, we built an awesome sumo fighting robot called Kano. Kano is different to all the other robot designs because it has a weapon. We wanted to make a simple but effective build. We tested many different builds and programs to get the best result for Kano. There was some very difficult…
  • Dave The Sumo-Bot
    This past week's challenge was to make a sumo robot that was good enough to win a competition at lunch in a free for all between both robotics classes combined. For our robot we wanted to go for a simple approach, so we didn't add any big weapons or anything…
  • Lucifer
    The challenge was to make a sumo robot that will compete in a sumo tournament against the other groups in our class as well as the groups in the other class. Ideas and Prototypes With our robot, we had many ideas and prototypes. Some of which we/I tested and some…
  • Stevie Wonder the Sumo Robot
    We recently did a Sumo challenge between our class and another. Our robot was designed to push the other robot off the edge of the area to win. Aaron's thoughts We decided to call our robot Stevie Wonder, as he had many troubles with the sensors in the beginning.…
  • Bob the Generic
    The Challenge... The goal is to create a robot that is able to push, grab or outmanoeuvre an opponent in a game of Sumo. Main Theme/Idea of Prototype Our robot was originally designed with a ramp on the front for lifting/pushing other robots out of the ring, however it exceeded the size limit. The front…
  • Greg the Destroyer Mk2
    The challenge Create a robot to do a sumo battle that is lighter than 1 KG and fits easily into a circular tin. GREG This is how we made GREG's code. This is the grand final fight against EV6. Evaluation and reflection GREG's key points were…