What is tJR?

The TJR is a free, face-to-face robotics competition that aims to spread Robotics and Computing through practical project-based learning for the production of robot prototypes. The event welcomes participants of all age groups from 6 years old. During the FINAL ANNUAL, participants are urged to contribute to the Institute for the promotion of their social activities.

CHOOSE THE CHALLENGE AND BUILD THE ROBOT

See the Face-to-Face Challenge Reference Summary (HERE) and choose the one you want to participate in. Assemble the robot and start testing it in your trading scenario.

TESTS YOUR ROBOT AT ROBOLEAGUE

When the robot is already taking the first steps of its development, you can make videos recording its performance. Submit at least one Robot Performance Sheet to qualify it to participate in the regional stage.

Chosen one of the regional stages of the annual calendar, separate the necessary documents to be presented on site, check the team registration data, take the robot and have fun, doing your best!

Organization of Regionals Stages

Anyone wishing to organize a regional stage of the TJR should consult the Support Booklets for local organizers. It is a set of notebooks with: Arbitration of the Local Organization, Secretariat of the Local Organization, Local Organization, Definition of Age Levels, Term of Conduct for Participation and Use of Image

Journey to the center 

ResCUE

TUG OF WAR 2 

RISK RESCUE

Face-to-face Challenges

Important to Know!

STEP 1: Performance Sheet

BEFORE THE FACE-TO-FACE CompeTITION

While very similar, face-to-face challenges and challenges@online are not identical. Thus, its rules are similar, but with some differences arising from the fact that, in person, the organization can, following the rules, distribute the constituent elements of the scenario as it sees fit, while, in the online mode, the scenario and the elements constituents are already rigidly provided for in the rules. Briefly, the online modality is a test experiment of the in-person modality.

If your team wants to participate in the TJR Torneio Juvenil de Robótica, in any face-to-face challenge, you will also have to know the rules of the corresponding challenge@online, as you will have to submit a Robot Performance Sheet in order to qualify to go to the face-to-face event.

Note that the Performance Sheet must be filled in with the Robot's performance data in the challenge@online corresponding to the presence that the team wishes to participate in.

How it works  

 

  • The organization proposes 20 challenges that address different problems in the areas of Robotics and Computing.
  • The challenges to occur face-to-face are presented in specific Support Booklets for each of them and presented in a different way for teachers, students and organizers.
  • The event was developed to take place in person in regional stages and, at the end of the year, all teams classified in the regionals participate in the ANNUAL FINAL. (If you want to know the online mode of the event, please contact TJR@ONLINE).
  • Those interested in organizing any regional stage must become aware of the necessary procedures for conducting the regional event and sign the term of commitment with the Management Committee of the General Organization.
  • The teams awarded in the TJR Annual Final qualify to represent Brazil in the ITR International Tournament of Robots. To enroll in the TJR it is necessary to register the robot and the team in RoboLeague.

Easy to Participate

ROBOTS DANCE

RECORD 

TUG OF WAR

SUMO

Robots Dance 

RULES

RACE

SumO 3 kg

Multimedia Record 

RULES

Tug of War 

RULES

Sumo 

RULES

Journey to the Center of the Earth

RULES

Horizontal Plan Rescue 

RULES

Tug of War 2 X 2

RULES

High Risk Rescue

RULES

Autonomous Car Race

RULES

Sumo 3 kg

RULES

CHOOSE A REGIONAL STEP AND PARTICIPATE!

STEP 2: dispute on site

There are 20 challenges to choose from!

STEP 3: experience and emotion

TJR ANNUAL FINAL - DECEMBER 11th to 15th - são Paulo brazil

novotel

convention center