Registered teams for SwissEurobot 2018

Team Organization City Country
Alpabot Alpabot Chirens France
Beckhoff - CPNV Beckhoff - CPNV Yverdon-les-Bains Switzerland
Bot Marley Team-UCLouvain Université catholique de Louvain Bruxelles Belgium
BoTortank Team–UCLouvain Université catholique de Louvain Bruxelles Belgium
C.R.A.P. Association de Robotique CRAP Grenoble France
CRH heig-VD Yverdon-les-Bains Switzerland
CVRA Club Vaudois de Robotique Autonome Renens Switzerland
EMBA EMBA Sion Sion Switzerland
E-Robot E-Robot St-Imier Switzerland
FP Bobst Bobst Mex Switzerland
GodziBot Team-UCLouvain Université catholique de Louvain Bruxelles Belgium
Happy Social Robot HSR Rapperswil Switzerland
IRIS Centre de formation professionnel et technique Genève Switzerland
RCO Roboterclub Ostschweiz Ostschweiz Switzerland
RCR Roboter Club Rapperswil Rapperswil Switzerland
RTFM Hes-so Fribourg Fribourg Switzerland
TeamAuto CPNV Yverdon-les-Bains Switzerland
Team Botman – UCLouvain Université catholique de Louvain Bruxelles Belgium
Team Robeenet–UCLouvain Université catholique de Louvain Bruxelles Belgium
TURAG TURAG  Dresden Germany
Sudriabotik Sudriabotik Corbineau France

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The robotic contest SwissEurobot was greatly held the 13th and 14th of April in Y-Parc, Yverdon-les-Bains

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Videos of the event (Finals, interviews and qualification rounds)

Facebook page

Robot-CH, the association managing the event

Poster of the event

Contact for questions

Florian Glardon (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / 0041 76 384 14 05)

SwissEurobot Results

1. Happy Social Robot / HSR (Rapperswil) ???

2. CVRA / Independent Club (Renens) ???

3. Team Botman / UCLLouvain (Louvain-la-neuve)???

4. TeamAuto / CPNV (Yverdon-les-bains) ???

5. Bot Marley / UCLLouvain (Louvain-la-neuve)???

6. RCR / Independent Club (Rapperswil) ???

7. IRIS / Centre de formation professionnel et technique de Genève (Petit lancy) ???

8. Beckhoff - CPNV (Yverdon-les-bains) ???

9. Team Robeenet / UCLLouvain (Louvain-la-neuve)???

10. FP Bobst / Bobst (Mex) ???

11. EMBA / EMBA Sion (Sion) ???

12. E-RobotIndependent Club (St-Imier) ???

13. C.R.A.P. / Independent Club (Grenoble) ???

14. AlpobotIndependent Club (Chirens) ???

15. RTFM / Hes-so Fribourg (Fribourg) ???

16. CRH / Heig-vd (Yverdon) ???

17. Sudriabotik /Independent Club (Ivry-sur-seine) ???

18. TURAG Independent Club (Dresden) ???

19. Godzibot / UCLLouvain (Louvain-la-neuve)???

20. BoTortank / UCLLouvain (Louvain-la-neuve)???

21. RCO / Independent Club (St. gallen) ???

Swiss Results

1. Happy Social Robot / HSR (Rapperswil) ???

2. CVRA / Independent Club (Renens) ???

3. TeamAuto / CPNV (Yverdon-les-bains) ???

4. RCR / Independent Club (Rapperswil) ???

5. IRIS / Centre de formation professionnel et technique de Genève (Petit lancy) ???

6. Beckhoff - CPNV (Yverdon-les-bains) ???

7. FP Bobst / Bobst (Mex) ???

8. EMBA / EMBA Sion (Sion) ???

9. E-RobotIndependent Club (St-Imier) ???

10. RTFM / Hes-so Fribourg (Fribourg) ???

11. CRH / Heig-vd (Yverdon) ???

12. RCO / Independent Club (St. gallen) ???

Pictures of the event

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The contest

Eurobot is an international robotic contest held each year around May in Europe. SwissEurobot is the Swiss contest that will select the 3 teams representing Switzerland.

Two teams compete on a table of 3x2m for 90 seconds with one or two robots. Robots are autonomous so you need to program them before and use sensors to earn as much points as possible.

How to start a team?

pits 21Eurobot contest is accessible to all levels. The rules are designed to have easy actions for beginners and advanced actions for experimented teams. So, it’s easy to start with simple and reliable robots.

This is best to start with at least three motivated people. It is good to have a bit of experience in mechanics, programming, and electronics. Don't worry if you don't know everything, you will learn a lot by doing it. This is possible to find a lot of information on Internet. Robotic teams are very open to share what they do, and there are forums to ask questions.

This is possible to start with a small budget depending on the technology you use. You don't need to build the whole table for starting. It’s possible to ask some industries for sponsoring, mostly for material like sensors, motors, batteries…

Possible technologies

You are free to use any technology you want, but check the rules for details. Here are some examples:

  • Lego Mindstorm is an easy way to start (but not the cheapest). Even with small knowledge, you can build your robot and do great matches.
  • Arduino are electronic board ready to use for various usage. You can link them with a motor board and sensor board without the need of electronic knowledge.
  • PLC can be a reliable way to manage your robot.
  • You can even build your robot in wood. But it’s good to find mechanical workshop to make parts. Now you can find FabLabs in all big cities.

The dates

End of September: Release of the new rules
Around beginning of May: Swiss contest
Around end of May: European contest

Contact

You are not alone :) For all questions you can contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., we can help you start your team. We can also put you in touch with other teams.

Partners

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