The AKGEC Robotics club is a student chapter formed on 8'MAY '2013. The students working here are interested in learning about working with robots. At robotics competitions, teams of students must design and build a robot that can compete against opponents in a series of specific challenges.
The aim of the Robotic club is to inculcate within ourselves the habit of “thinking technologically".
It is an opportunity to apply knowledge creatively, to see how systems interact, both with each other and with the environment.
To develop professional engineering skills among the students which will help them in their professional life.
Our club has provided various opportunities to showcase various technical skills of programmers through exceptional events, Initiative, and workshops. For more details and information you can visit our:
Robocon 2022- (Rank- Air 16)
ABU Robocon 2022 will be scheduled at Delhi, India and the game will be based on the game of lagori. In this game, two teams will design two robots, with each team will take turns playing as seeker and hitter. Team Akgec Robocon Scored 100/100 in the first stage of selection and 94/100 in the second.
Robocon 2020- (Rank -Air 15)
ABU Robocon 2020 was originally scheduled to be hosted in Suva, Fiji and the game will be based on Fiji's national sport rugby. The theme is “ROBO RUGBY 7s", in this game, each team designs two robots, one as a pass robot, and another as a try robot. Each can either be manual or automated. The pass robot will pick up the rugby balls, and the try robot needs to either place them to the trying spot, or to kick the ball passing through a pole. Team scores points depending on the step and the zone location, but points can be awarded to the opponent's team if the kicking ball lands on the opponent's zone. The game ends when three minutes have passed, or when all seven kicking balls (shared for both teams) have been kicked.
ABU Robocon 2019 was held at Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia on 25 August 2019. The theme was “Sharing the knowledge". It was related to the Urtuu system of Mongolian tradition.
WRO 2018- (1st RANK)
The World robotics Olympiad was the largest Olympiad in the world. Team AKGEC secured 1st RANK.
Technician national hackathon- 2nd RANK
Robocon 2018- (Rank-Air 10)
The competition was held in Ninh Binh, Vietnam, in August 2018. The theme comes from a traditional game in ethnic region of Vietnam, namely ném còn (throwing shuttlecock). The goal of the game is to throw the shuttlecocks through the ring at height. In Vietnamese culture, the game is about celebration and making friendship.
Mitsubishi cup 2017- (1st RANK)
Mitsubishi was the national level automation competition for students. Its theme was “Intelligent Manufacturing for a Green Tomorrow”. Team AKGEC robotics secured !st Rank and went to Singapore to participate further.
Robocon 2017- (Rank-Air 17)
The ABU Robocon 2017 was held at Tokyo, Japan in the month of August. The theme was “Asobi: The landing disc". The theme revolves around the word “asobi" (play), which is also a fundamental philosophy behind Robocon. In “asobi," playful, unique, original show of skills is often more important than winning or losing, as everyone – friend and foe alike – can applaud and enjoy them.
The task was to design an “Automated Guided Vehicle”. Team Akgec was one of the finalists. The AGV serves the purpose of an Automated Storage and Retrieval System in large warehouses.