Category Archives: UK contest
What a busy day! The 2012 Techfest event held by Birmingham City University at Millennium Point, on June 16th was packed with robotic activity. There was something for everyone with events including mini-sumo, ant-weight robot wars, line following, drag races, … Continue reading
The 2011 National Schools and Colleges Micromouse competition took place on Saturday 25th June as part of the TechFest event at the Technology Innovation Centre in Birmingham. After several years of male domination it was encouraging to see a strong female … Continue reading
Techfest 2011 was host to this year’s UK micromouse contest in Birminham on June 25th at Millenium point. With more entries than ever and a wide range of other events, the day was packed full of robot activity.
The UK micromouse contest will be held this year as part of the 2011 TechFest event hosted at Millenium Point by Birmingham City University on Saturday June 25th. This year sees a wider than ever range of robot contests and … Continue reading
Birmingham City University hosts TechFest, their annual robotics event on Saturday June 25th at the Technology Innovation Centre in Birmingham.
On June 26th 2010, Birmingham City University hosted the UK micromouse championships as part of their robot festival event. Along with the micromouse event, there were wall follower, line follower, sumo, ant weight, biped robots and much more. With the … Continue reading
After a shaky start, Decimus 2 wins the day in Birmingham at the 2010 UK micromouse contest. After all the hours of preparation and lost sleep, the time had come for the new mouse to prove itself. Decimus 1 (D1) … Continue reading
The 2010 UK micromouse contest will take place at Millenium Point, Birmingham on June 26th. Online registration is possible now…
Video from the UK Micromouse 2009 competition is now available on YouTube. These cover the maze solver and non-contact wall follower classes.
Birmingham City University hosts the UK micromouse competition and without its generous support, the event would be a poor shadow of it current self. Here are some pictures taken by the University’s photographer.