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All great works start with a small spark. In fall 1999 the RHA robotics team started its activity by designing a small line tracking robot. In its first attempt, RHA team enrolled the IEEE intelligent mice robotic contest. In 2005, after six years of working in the robotics field, we had learned how to manage a big scale project, although in a hard way...

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ABU RobocoN 2004 Automatic & Manual Machine

In this contest, two teams compete with each other to accomplish the main objective of the contest in minimum time. It was picking a 3 kg, 40×40×40 cm cube and placing it on a 50cm tower after passing a bridge. At the beginning, the bridge is uncompleted and each team is supposed to complete it by a manual machine. Next, an automatic machine can pass through it.

Our team was the only one that complete all steps of contest successfully many times. Our team achieved the maximum score in Iran domestic contest, Tehran, 2004.

Hero Kambiz

The objective of the competition was to develop a robot that could recognize different objects, read the alphabet that was printed on the surface of them and take them to predetermined locations.

Hero Kambiz won the first prize of part two of The 3rd Iranian Robot Contest, University of Tehran, 2002.

Kambiz-Javid

In this competition, robots had to gather 15 randomly distributed tennis balls and move them to a predetermined goal.

Kambiz-Javid won the first prize of part one of The 3rd Iranian Robot Contest, University of Tehran, 2002.

Kambiz-Dana

The objective of the competition was to develop a robot that could recognize different objects and take them to predetermined locations.

Kambiz-Dana won the second prize of part two of The 2nd Iranian Robot Contest, University of Tehran, 2001.

Kambiz-Pour

In this competition, robots had to gather 15 randomly distributed tennis balls and move them to a predetermined goal.

Kambiz-Pour won the sixth prize of part two of The 2nd Iranian Robot Contest, University of Tehran, 2001.

Kambiz-Artist

The competition was to gather some 20 tennis balls in a 4 meters by 4 meters wide field, which had a hole in the center of one of its sides as goal. the robots should have gathered all the balls and bring them to the goal.

Kambiz-Artist won the first prize of “Golf” part, Intelligent Mice Contest, IEEE Student Branch, University of Tabriz , 2001.

Littel-Kambiz

The objective of the competition was to develop a robot that could follow a black line in a white background. This black path had some discontinuity and abrupt turns.

Little Kambiz won the first prize of “Line Tracking” part, Intelligent Mice Robotic Contest, IEEE Student Branch, University of Tabriz , 2001.