World Robot Olympaid

World Robot Olympiad India (WRO India) is one of the largest Robotics competition in India for students between the age group of 9 to 25 years, held since 2006. It is a not-for-profit competition organized by India STEM Foundation.

Trail On involves 2 cars Leading Car which is a replication of front engine four-wheel drive and Trailing Car which is a replication of front engine front wheel drive. Both the cars have a single axle that enable to extend the connection


First Lego League

Tomorrow’s innovators practice imaginative thinking and teamwork. Guided by adult Coaches, FIRST LEGO League teams research a real-world problem such as food safety, recycling, energy, etc., and are challenged to develop a solution. They also must design, build, program a robot using LEGO MINDSTORMS® technology, then compete on a table-top playing field.

FLL 2017-2018

The prototype bot would be of the tank type, it will be controlled inside the pipe

wirelessly using controller. The wheels are designed in such a way that it fits

perfectly to the curvature of the pipe & can maneuver without turbulence. The wheel

is connected with linear actuator to change its angle to match the curvature of the

pipe. The sensors are attached in the bottom front of the robot which detects

contamination level of water. The prototype consists of plates surrounding the

exterior part of the bot providing a skeleton for the internal parts of our bot. 

When the robot moves inside the pipes it will detect the leakage by 360 rotating

angle IP camera which sends video data wirelessly to laptop. Plus, the injections

allow collection of water from any point where they see turbidity.

They can sample the water and do a detailed test to know what kind of

contamination it is and their location point

FLL 2018

Our prototype would contain a lander made of metal and 3 Lego bots (Examine, Extramine and Ex-Dispo) for surveying and digging the soil and getting it back to the lander which would contain the water purification system. We would launch our bots (in a lander) to land on Vastitas Borealis, the crater on Mars which covers up most of the North Pole and is covered with ice. The Examine bot finds the ice, and takes the ice to the distillation set and the Ex-Dispo bot dumps the mud to a constant place.

First Tech Challenge


The FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) is designed for students in grades 7–12 to compete head to head, by designing, building, and programming a robot to compete in an alliance format against other teams. The robot kit is programmed using Java, the MIT App Inventor, or other Android programming systems. Teams, with the guidance of coaches, mentors and volunteers, are required to develop strategy and build robots based on innovative, sound engineering principles. Awards are given for the competition as well as for community outreach, design, and other real-world accomplishments.

IN first tech challenge we came across many designs considering various aspects of mechanism. We took almost 4 different designs to reach to our final design. We named the various designs like VULCAN 1.0, 2.0 like that. Our final design name was VULCAN III.0 which comprised of different mechanical design to accomplish different task

In this design we made our chassis slightly rectangular in order to make full use of meccanum wheels. We  used plastic bottle as the collector. This are the features of our final design

  • Rectangular Chassis made up of tetrix channel

  • Four Mechanum wheels

  • Double stage REV cascading mechanism

  • Plastic pipe collector

  • High Torque Rotator to move cascade system

  • Transparent acrylic collector box

  • Plastic pipe collector

  • 14 volt 3300 niMh Battery

  • Core motor controller

  • Core servo controller

  • Core power distribution module

  • Andy mark 60:1 high torque motors

  • Continuous rotation Servo