Sorry, this entry is only available in Swedish.
For the 2017 championship we will have a new class in the Folkrace competition.
1:87 Autonomous vehicle
Maximum specifications: 30 mm width, 276 mm lenght och 52 mm height. (Unlimited weight)
The goal is to make an autonomous small size vehicle.
Rules not yet translated to English.
Inspiration 1 (SWE)
Inspiration 2 (DE)
Small Arduino board (EN)
This year we will have a different set up for the price table with fewer prices but more exclusive.
Especially one of the prices!
The winner of the class with most starting robots will be the first to select the 3D printer M3D Micro.(Only one available)
Today 2016-10-23 (21.00) the Folkrace class has the highest amount of registred robots. Traditionally Mini Sumo has always had the most participants. So Register you robots and compete for the 3D printer.
Around three weeks left until Stockholm Robot Championship!
The interest for robotics is growing every year and we are proud to present Electrolux, Scania and ÅF as sponsors for this years event also. Thanks to these sponsors and the responsible organizations we hope to deliver a tournament beyond the usual with even better service for the participants as well as better prices.
If you haven’t already registered your robot, please do! The registration will close 10 days before the competition (2016-11-02). It is possible to register after this date but we cannot guarantee tournament participation after this date.
Feel free to download it and print at your workspace or school.
(Don’t forget to register your robots.)
This years edition of STHLM Robot Championship will take place on the 12th of November 2016 at The National Museum of Science and Technology in Stockholm. Registration is found on the right side of this page.
Big thanks to all contestants, 2400 audience, sponsors and organizers for a very successful event! Here is the results from today’s competitions.
For the fifth consecutive year, the Technical Museum will for one day turn into a gladiator-like battlefield, where robots will either triumph or suffer bitter defeat. Here the sumo robots try to throw their opponents out of the ring, robots that are programmed to follow courses only marked by lines on the floor, folkrace robots and other ambitious projects. Here are truly robots of all shapes and designs, built with one goal in mind. Winning STHLM Robot Championship.
A family day
Even for visitors without Robots, this is a day to mark on the calendar. To follow the referenced races is something that can captivate anyone and therefore are all welcome this day.