Announcement of the 26th ROBO-ONE Light Competition Rules Revision (2)
There were some deficiencies in the 26th ROBO-ONE Light competition rules, so we will make the following two revisions.
Thank you for your understanding and participation.
The correct part 3 of the 26th ROBO-ONE Light participation flow is as follows.
"ROBO-ONE Light weighs less than 1.2 kg (1.5 kg or less if participating in auto)."
There was an inquiry as to whether crouching is possible during the 5m dash in the qualifying round, and after deliberation by the judging committee, we have clearly stated that "crouching is prohibited" in competition rule 7.1.1(d).
Notice of revised 26th ROBO-ONE Light competition rules and requests from management
Due to venue and operational circumstances, we would like to inform you of the following revisions to the competition rules and a request from the management. Thank you for your understanding and participation.
1. Revised competition rules (revised in blue)
In the qualifying 5m dash, operators competing in auto will also be able to operate manually. The venue will be crowded, so this is to prevent confusion and ensure safety.
Auto contestants will apply for Auto at the standards screening and receive an Auto sticker to put on their name tag. After that, participation will be by auto, except for the qualifying rounds.
2. Request from management
About camera shooting
Photography using stands/tripods is prohibited inside the venue. Please understand that this will obstruct viewing and passing.
Announcement of the 26th ROBO-ONE Light competition rules briefing session
The 26th ROBO-ONE Light competition rules briefing session will be via Zoom webinar.
However, the event will be held only in Japanese, so if you are participating from overseas and have any questions, please get in touch with us in English. We will respond individually.
Date and time February 17, 2024, 17:00-18:00
(Pre-registration for this webinar is not required. You can join below.)
Event time: February 17, 2024, 05:00 PM Osaka, Sapporo, Tokyo
Topic: 26th ROBO-ONE Light competition rules briefing session
Click the link below to join the webinar:
Now accepting applications for participation in the 26th ROBO-ONE Light
The Bipedal Robot Association (General Incorporated Association) will hold the 26th ROBO-ONE Light, a bipedal robot fighting competition, with the aim of improving manufacturing technology and popularizing bipedal robots.
Please apply to participate in the competition by February 15th.
You can watch the tournament at the venue. The venue will be crowded during the qualifying rounds, so please watch the tournament from the afternoon tournament.
Also, the Twitch ROBO-ONE Channel will be streaming live from the morning preliminaries, so be sure to check it out!
Announcement of the 26th ROBO-ONE Light competition rules release
We are pleased to announce the competition rules for the 26th ROBO-ONE Light, scheduled to be held on March 3, 2024.
<26th ROBO-ONE Light competition rules>
The ROBO-ONE Light tournament will be held in one day. We are also planning to hold a certification competition on March 2nd.
・ROBO-ONE Light Qualifying/Rumble
・ROBO-ONE Light Final Tournament
Details of the competition will be released in December.
Please join us.
Announcement of the 42nd ROBO-ONE Competition Rules Briefing(Japanese only)
The 42nd ROBO-ONE Competition Rules Briefing will be held on Zoom (webinar) from 17:00 on September 9, 2023.
All participants and those who are thinking of participating are welcome to attend.
Also, it seems that the certified referees will also be holding more certified competitions after the end of Corona, so please join us to check the competition rules.
The application deadline is September 10th. Please apply early.
Please apply for participation after registering as a player below.
Zoom information will be sent to all registered players in early September.
Competition rules of MISUMI presents 42nd ROBO-ONE released
We will release the MISUMI presents 42nd ROBO-ONE competition rules scheduled to be held at the Kanagawa Youth Center on September 23rd and 24th, 2023 as follows.
[42nd ROBO-ONE Competition Rules]
Details of the competition will be announced at a later date.
2022 ROBO-ONE related event holding policy
Clarified the ROBO-ONE tournament management policy for 2022.
Please see the attachment and participate in each event.
Information on the 40th ROBO-ONE / 24th ROBO-ONE Light Entry
Judging from the current infection status of coronavirus (Omicron strain), the 40th ROBO-ONE / 24th ROBO-ONE Light will be conducted remotely.
Please check the following before making an entry. The deadline is February 20th.
You can also watch the tournament on the Twitch ROBO-ONE channel.
The 24th ROBO-ONE Light
Announcement of the 12th ROBO-Sword / 5th ROBO-ONE Kendo
The Biped Robot Association aims to improve manufacturing technology and popularize robots by holding robots through the Kendo Tournament (ROBO-ONE Kendo) with biped robots and the autonomous robot Kendo (ROBO-Sword) with robot arms. While promoting education, we aim to popularize intelligent robots.
Date: November 20, 2021
Venue: Kanagawa Prefectural Youth Center
The 5th ROBO-ONE Kendo
Please join us.
40th ROBO-ONE / 24th ROBO-ONE Light held
Date: March 5th and 6th, 2022
Location: Atsugi Chamber of commerce and industry
About MISUMI presents 39th ROBO-ONE / 23rd ROBO-ONE Light / 8th ROBO-ONE auto
The competition rules for MISUMI presents 39th ROBO-ONE, 23rd ROBO-ONE Light, and 8th ROBO-ONE auto, which will be held at the Kanagawa Prefectural Youth Center on September 25, 2021, have been released.
But this tournament will be held only for domestic participants to prevent infection with the new coronavirus.
In addition, the tournament may be changed to a remote one depending on the infection status in Japan. Whether or not to change to a remote tournament will be decided by mid-August.
About the 8th ROBO-ONE auto / 5th ROBO-ONE Kendo
We would like to inform you about the 8th ROBO-ONE auto and the 5th ROBO-ONE Kendo scheduled to be held in June.
The tournament will be held on-site with no spectators. This time, we will only accept participation from Japan. The number of participants is assumed to be 16 each, and there will be no qualifying on the day. (If there are a large number of participants, the qualifying will be held remotely two weeks in advance.)
However, if a state of emergency is issued, the 8th ROBO-ONE auto will be held at the same time as the ROBO-ONE tournament in September, and the 5th ROBO-ONE Kendo will be held at the same time as the ROBO-Ken in November.
Date and time June 5th 10: 00-17: 00
Place Robot Yuenchi Atsugi Robot Field
MISUMI presents 38th ROBO-ONE / 22nd ROBO-ONE Light Competition Rules Revision
We have revised rules to clarify the frequently asked questions at the certification competition held in February.
1. Revision of the rules regarding the declaration of "OOWAZA" in Remote Laws of the Game 5-1.
If the name of the technique is unclear, declare it as "OOWAZA". The judges will judge its effectiveness. If there is no declaration before starting "OOWAZA", it will be judged as not "OOWAZA".
2. Regulation of competition: Addition of commentary on the backdrop of commentary 8.5-5
When robot lifts the opponent and throw it behind and tach to the ring, it is valid if the part above the opponent's fuselage is above the head of your robot and taches to the ring first, and 3 points will be given.
3. Momentary crouching motion refers to the crouching motion when the motion is not stopped. For example, crouching, holding an opponent, moving the centre of gravity, lifting, etc. are included in a momentary crouching motion.
The certification tournament is a local rule, and even if the "OOWAZA technique" is approved here, the judgment may differ from ROBO-ONE. Create "OOWAZA" motion on the assumption that it meets any of the competition rules 8.5.5 (a) to (d).
1). Metallic throw(The throwing technique in which the opponent rotates 180 degrees with the backdrop and attaches to the ring from the body) is one of a shoulder throw.
2). A handstand kick (a technique of standing upside down, kicking the opponent and returning to the original position) is not "OOWAZA" if you are not satisfied with 8.5.5 (a)-(d).
3). "Crab scissors" are effective if the attack is successful during rotation, but it is not effective even if robot pinched and knocked down while lying down after rotating.
The 38th ROBO-ONE / Light remote Competition Rules Revision
The 38th ROBO-ONE / Light remote competition rules have been revised.
Please see the competition rules for each competition.
We revised the contents that were frequently inquired clearly and intelligibly.
We kindly ask for your understanding and participation.
Announcement of MISUMI presents 38th ROBO-ONE / 22nd ROBO-ONE Light
MISUMI presents 38th ROBO-ONE/22nd ROBO-ONE Light started accepting participation.
This tournament is a remote tournament using Zoom. Participants will create dummy robots and compete in how they can defeat them with advanced skills.
It will be distributed on the Twitch ROBO-ONE Channel, so please take a look.
If you would like to participate, the application deadline is February 4th, 2021, so please do not forget.