This year's game:
Search and Rescue
Send an Autonomous Drone and Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) through an structure, static environment, to recover Botguy. Your base station must map the environment and then direct the drone to fly safely through to scout ahead. An Unmanned Ground Vehicle can be deployed to recover Botguy and bring him back to the base station. Through the combination of Drones and UGVs, you can accomplish your mission to retrieve Botguy.
Three sets of movable walls will be placed at random locations before the start of the game. Your Drone must successfully fly to the other side and land next to Botguy. Being unable to reach Botguy with the Drone will hurt the mission. An UGV can be deployed to recover Botguy to bring him back to the base. A successful mission is defined as recovering Botguy, as well as all mission assets.
2015 KIPR Autonomous Aerial Robot Tournament Game Rules
Download the 2015 KIPR Autonomous Aerial Robot Tournament Game v1.0, updated December 15th 2014.
Download the 2015 KIPR AAV Field Construction Models v1.0.
The 2015 KIPR AAV challenge takes place on the same game board as the 2014 KIPR AAV. The Challenge Rules have been slightly updated and we will continue to extend a similar challenge until it is adequately solved.
KIPR Autonomous Aerial Robot Discussion and FAQ
The Botball Community website hosts the KIPR Autonomous Aerial Robot Discussion forum where you can discuss the game or tournament and see the latest version of the official 2015 KIPR Autonomous Aerial Robot FAQ.
Registered 2015 KIPR Aerial Teams
- Cedar House Robotics, Columbia, MD
- Iron Patriots, El Reno, OK
- PDCMS Enterprise, Palm Desert, CA
- PRIA Allstars, Wien, Austria
- Rosebotics, Terre Haute, IN
- SNARC, Norman, OK