LYRC challenge 2020
Last year, over 50 competitors took the challenge and participated in the first edition of the Luxembourg Youth Robotics Challenge. The resulting team Luxembourg participated in the FIRST Global Robotics Challenge in Dubai from October 24 to 27, 2019.
This year, we want to make the LYRC even bigger!
As a premiere, we will feature three competitions :
(1) Make it Concept Trophy
Take your team and design a robotic system solving the question posed. No need to bring a functional robot, just develop a concept using cardboard models, drawings, posters or whatever means you want to use. Exhibit your idea and present it to a jury for awards!
Ages 6 years up.
(2) MakeX Starter Challenge
The MakeX Starter Challenge enables your team to run through a parcours fulfilling certain tasks. The skills required for this competition are average, no need to be an expert to participate in this competition.
Amongst all participants, we will select one team which will qualify to travel to the international championships of MakeX Robotics Challenge in November/December 2020.
Ages 6 to 16 years.
(3) FIRST Global Challenge
For the FIRST Global challenge, teams need to fulfill tasks similar to a FIRST Global international competition. Teams can have 3 to 6 members aged from 14 years to 18 years.
Amongst all participants, we will select one team which will travel to the international championships of FIRST Global in 2020.
Ages 14 to 18 years.
In order to participate in any of these competitions, teams do not need any special skills or knowledge. The challenges are open to anyone with a practical talent of DIY and design thinking.
Register your team!
- LYRC Concept Trophy (6 years up) : Show off your robotics idea around a certain topic (to be defined). No functioning robot is required, concept is sufficient (cardboard, drawings, post-it notes, etc),
- MakeX qualification (6-16 years) : Enter the qualifying competition for the MakeXRobotics Challenge,
- FIRST Global qualification (14-18 years): Enter the qualifying competition for the FIRST Global Robotics Challenge.