No, anyone can participate in the organisation as a competitor.
Registrations for ITURO 2020 are open now. You can create an account on sis.ituro.org and choose "Add Project" option on the menu to add the robots you will compete with. Keep in mind that you should create a new account even if you have competed in previous years. Each day in the morning during the organization, the owners of the robots that will compete that day should come to the registration desk for registration confirmation.
For each category, both the category rules and the general rules apply so you should read both of them carefully. Also, even though we try to avoid making mistakes when writing the rules, we may have to do update them during the period before the organisation to avoid some issues, so make sure that you check the rules again a couple of days before the competition.
In such a situation, the authority is the referee and they will decide what to do.
No, you can’t test your robot on the track. However there will be small copies of the tracks in the technical room.
You have to use the protest petition.
No all the responsibility belongs to the participants.
Yes, there is a technical room which has solder, soldering iron and many different equipment.
We will announce the organization schedule on our website and social media accounts once it is finalized.
We will announce the results in the closing ceremony, at the end of the last day of the organisation.
No, unfortunately, we cannot provide these due to our budget being limited.