It is our great pleasure to announce the upcoming
on July 11, 2019.
On behalf of the IARRC Organization, we would like to invite you and your team, as well as your institution, to participate in this exciting and prestigious international contest.
For the 2019 competition, please expect a much more thrilling and engaging lineup of events! There will be a heavy focus on computer vision and path planning point of views compared to past competitions.
😎 Are you excited? Are you ready for building a cool racing robot? Wondering more about the details of the upcoming challenge?
🤖 Get yourself and your team ready:
- Here is our new website (the Year 2019): https://iarrc.org/
- Registration is also inside the new website: https://iarrc.org/registration/
- Our original website (the Year 2005-2018): https://robotracing.wordpress.com/
- Reports and results from 2018 competition: https://www.robotcompetition.ca/iarrc2018/teams?fbclid=IwAR0l4Y9QkR9fEBJLZjtFHZmE6fy5Z2naAuLJOQnYsa4LtwPLP5BnMjA8cf8#team-UW-Robotics
- Subscribe to our Facebook Page: https://tinyurl.com/iarrc
See you at the competition during July 11-14th, 2019! 🤗
We are looking forward to see great results from all the participants.
Due to the high expected participation rate, teams are encouraged to register early for the competition.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us directly.
Jinwei Zhang – Chief Organizer
I am glad to announce that the University of Waterloo will continue to host the International Autonomous Robot Racing Competition for the year 2018. The exact dates will be announced soon, but, as always, it will be held in mid-July. There will be some modifications to the rules this year, which will be announced in the upcoming weeks.
Should you wish to participate this year, send us an email and fill out the registration form as soon as you can!
Looking forward to more robot racing fun,
Raj Shah – Chief Organizer
A loud round of applause to all the competitors, who did a great job this year. Learning from the computer problems UWaterloo faced last year, they placed first this time. PRDG, a new high school participant, displayed an incredible performance and took the second spot, with Georgia Tech placing third.
It’s been my pleasure hosting IARRC 2017, and I look forward to having you again!
We are just hours away from the beginning of the competition. The final team count for this year is 9, which is a significant growth from last year.
If you’re in the Kitchener-Waterloo region, make sure to stop by University of Waterloo’s Engineering 5 Parking Lot to check out the race!
The 2017 rules updates are now posted, so have a look!
Also, since there is more interest in the competition and and we are happily looking for new teams, we would like to extend the early bird registration deadline to February 28th, 2017.
Have a happy racing!
The rules for the 2017 IARRC are now posted on the site. The main challenges that will face all teams are:
1) High-speed vehicle localization
2) High-speed vehicle control (acceleration and braking) on different surfaces
3) Stop light and lane marking detection
4) Collision avoidance with static objects along boundaries of course
5) Collision avoidance with other competing robots
Also, a reminder that the deadlines for early bird registration and final registration are Feb. 28th, 2017 and April 15th, 2017 respectively.
Hi Robot Racing Fans,
The University of Waterloo will once again host the International Autonomous Robot Racing Competition with the cooperation of LaurioBotics team in Wilfrid Laurier University! The date will be confirmed in the next weeks, but we intend to hold it in late July. If any teams wish to participate, but have conflicting events we should be aware of, don’t hesitate to contact us immediately. The prizes, venue and competition elements will all remain the same, and the dates and refined rules will be posted in the coming weeks.
If your team is interested in participating this year, send us an email before the end of September to confirm your participation!
Looking forward to a great year of racing!
Raj Shah – Chief Organizer firstname.lastname@example.org