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Virtual Robotics and Coding Competitions - Drone Flying Race and Line Follower Race
Riders has created three unique competitions including a Drone Flying Race and a beginner and advanced Line Follower Race for Maker Faire Rome attendees to participate in. Create your Riders account now so you can participate in any one of them!
The competitions are starting on Friday, December 11, 11:00am CEST! We are very happy to share the details with you!
of Competitions --> 3
Date of Competitions --> December 11th at 11:00 CEST - December 13th at 13:59 CEST.
All three competitions start on December 11th, at 11:00 CEST.
Names of Each Competition --> "Beginner Line Follower Race" // "Advanced Line Follower Race" // "Drone Flying Race"
Age Group --> "Beginner Line Follower Race" // 14-18 years old "Advanced Line Follower Race" // 18+ years old "Drone Flying Race" //14 years and up
Difficulty Levels --> The drone competitions offer keyboard usage if the student doesn't know how to code and the advanced competition offers only coding.
Steps To Take In Order To Join
Step 1 --> register for the Riders platform by creating your account
Step 2 --> once logged into Riders select the Maker Faire Rome competition you are interested in joining
Step 3 --> open up the competition project, accept the terms and conditions to join the competition, then click the "green edit" button to open the project in the editor and start competing
Acrome Robotics - Riders.ai
Riders was launched in May 2020 in Istanbul, Turkey through its parent hardware robotics company Acrome. Riders is a fully virtual robotics and coding competition and teaching platform. The mission of Riders is to make robotics and coding competitions more accessible. Riders is striving to make it easier for underserved communities to participate in educational competitions and learn the fundamentals behind robotics and coding.
Riders has created three unique competitions for Maker Faire Rome including a Drone Flying Race and a beginner and advanced Line Follower Race for attendees to participate in. The competitions cater to both beginner and advanced programmers. The goal behind the Drone Flying Race and the Line Follower Race is for competitors to use their coding skills to design an algorithm that navigates a course and achieves a score. The winner is the person who achieves the highest score, and the winners of all three competitions will be awarded valuable prizes.