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Autobot Challenge
11-14 April, at MAEPS Serdang

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Malaysia Autonomous Vehicle Challenge

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Autobot Challenge!

Who can participate?

Full-time undergraduate/ postgraduate engineering students registered in Malaysian universities or colleges

Each team consists of a supervisor/ advisor and 4 students (max 2 postgrad)

STAGE 1

Proposals submitted by teams from various universities and colleges in Malaysia. Every team will come up with the best proposals that can successfully survive the four challenges in the game field; traffic light, parking, automatic lane barrier and tunnel.

Proposal Submission by:
12th Oct 2018
19th Oct 2018

STAGE 2

20 selected teams will present in front of the judges during. The judges for presentation will comprise of academician and industrial panels to expose the participants to industrial standards.

Evaluation Presentation
17th – 
18th Nov 2018

STAGE 3

A 2-Day Workshop for technical evaluation and better development of the AV systems. Turtlebot will be given to each team for the on-route track challenge including 4 challenges: traffic light, parking, automatic lane barrier, and tunnel.

>> Workshop
15 – 16
th Dec 2018

Autobot Challenge
11th  – 14
th April 2019

Congratulations !

– more pictures are coming… stay tuned! –

  1. Stroopwaffle (UIAM)
  2. AVS (UTM)
  3. ENDSAVe (UMP)
  4. ARViS (UKM)
  5. The Pianists (UTM)
  6. UTeM STIOS (UTeM)
  7. RoboMind (UTHM)
  8. UTeM A (UTeM)
  9. Tachikoma (UniKL MSI)
  10. Slow.Pacer ii (UniKL MSI)

(in alphabetical order)

  • ARViS
  • Asphalt
  • AVS
  • ENDSAVe
  • Inti-IU Team 1
  • Kejut USM
  • Mechatron
  • Planet Shaker
  • RoboMind
  • Tachikoma
  • Slow.Pacer i
  • Slow.Pacer ii
  • Stroopwaffle
  • Syntax RoR0
  • Team Alpha
  • The Pianists
  • UTeM STIOS
  • UTeM A
  • UTP Libero
  • vtec

STAGE 3: 2-days Workshop Gallery

SAE Malaysia and International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) under the Malaysia Automotive Robotics and IoT Institute (MARii) patronage will proudly organize the Malaysia Autonomous Vehicle Challenge 2019 (MAVeC’19). MAVeC’19 is the first Autonomous Vehicle (AV)-based technology competition in Malaysia with an ambitious target to achieve high automation which focuses on system integration and AV smart behaviours such as Speedway (LDWS-Lane Keeping), Urban Drive (FCWS-Traffic Assist) and Parking (AVM-based system). MAVeC’19 is a 2-year collegiate competition and aims to be the leading automotive competition for the development towards the enhancement of sustainability in the automotive industry.

Objectives

1. To give exposure and create awareness on AV technology to the younger generation and the society.

2. To provide an exciting and challenging opportunities for engineering students to expand their skills in solving real life problems and enhance their competitiveness in the automotive industry.

3. To build and implement STEM compatible competition that demonstrates full autonomous driving through a phased approach including detection, categorisation and full autonomous operation.

1. Each participating team is required to register before the deadline (12th October 2018 11.59 pm).

2. To register, the team must complete the online registration form and submit scanned copies of their Student Card of all team members (front and back) to MAVeC’19 website (will be informed later). The proposal is saved with the following subject title: “ID Verification_Team Name_Date of Submission”. Kindly save the scanned copies in a folder in the following format: Team Name_.

3. Each team should be composed maximum of 4 participants (maximum of 2 postgraduate students and the others are undergraduate student) and 1 supervisor (lecturer). All of the team members need to be in the same institution. A university/college may submit more than 1 team registration. One supervisor can represent one team only.

4. Participating competitors must be full-time students registered in a Malaysian university/college and must still be enrolled at the time of the competition which is from the start of 1st stage competition until the 2nd stage competition. Students who have graduated during 6 months period prior to the competition remain eligible to participate.

5. The team members for the 2nd stage competition must be of the same team members which are selected in the 1st stage competition.

6. Only these 4 registered students, under the responsibility of their supervisor, will be allowed to participate to the competition days (if the team is selected after the pre-selection phase). Change of team members are not allowed unless there is valid reason, it should be proposed and justified to the organisers for approval.

MARii: Malaysia Automotive Robotics and IoT Institute or MARii is an agency under the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) of Malaysia, serving as the focal point, coordination centre and think tank for the nation’s automotive industry. MAI functions to enhance technology, human capital, supply chain, market outreach and aftersales capabilities of all automotive stakeholders and ecosystems.

SAE: Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) International is a global body of scientists, engineers, and practitioners that advances self-propelled vehicle and system knowledge in a neutral forum for the benefit of society. SAE Malaysia or SAEM is a non-profit engineering and scientific society dedicated to the advancement of mobility industry in Malaysia. It is recognized as SAE International section in Malaysia.

STAGE 3 - AUTOBOT CHALLENGE

Description:
Top 10 teams from Stage 2 will enrol in a 2-Day Workshop for technical evaluation and better development of their AV systems.
The TurtleBot3 Burger will be provided for each team.

Date: 15 – 16th Dec 2018 [updated]
Venue: IIUM, Gombak

  • Accomodation is not provided, but RM 200 will be provided for every team to support their stay
  • Suggested areas of homestay – Gombak, Sri Gombak, Taman Melati
  • Food (breakfast, lunch & dinner) will be provided for the 2 days workshop

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Competition for the Autobot challenge on a designated field track. 4 challenges in the designated game field track: Traffic light, parking, automatic lane barrier, and tunnel.

It is aimed that all Autobot can work and run properly.Winners are chosen by the accumulation of points in terms of design, cost, AV software and the ability to finish the challenge in the shortest time.

Date: 11th – 14th April 2019 [updated]
Venue: MAEPS Serdang 
[updated]

Competition track

Detailed information of the track is in the Rules and Regulation (PDF)

– archived details of the previous completed stages –

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Description: Proposals are to be submitted by teams from various universities and colleges in Malaysia. Every team will come up with the best proposals that can successfully survive the four challenges in the game field; traffic light, parking, automatic lane barrier and tunnel. Participants must prepare proposal(s) and answer the questions using template given.

Proposal Submission:12th Oct 2018 19th Oct 2018
Results Notification:26th Oct 2018 8th Nov 2018
Proposal Template: Sign-up and download it here.

Rules and Regulations (Stage 1):-

  • Each team is required to submit the proposal thru MAVEC’19 System before 11.59pm , 19th Oct 2018
  • Late submission will NOT be accepted.
  • The proposal must not exceed 10 pages, excluding the cover page, and must be in the following format :
    • Typewritten
    • Times New Roman
    • Double line spacing
    • Font size 12
    • Alignment : Justify
    • A4 size
    • One cover page containing the team, supervisor and participant’s name and institution’s name
  • 20 best proposals from the pre-selection stage will be selected to proceed to the 2nd stage.
  • Only one proposal is accepted for each team.
  • Results for qualifying and non-qualifying teams will be notified by email.
Scoring Criteria for Stage 1
Project Description / 10 pts
Questions 1 – 3 / 35 pts
Motivation and Skills / 5 pts
Total / 50 pts

20 selected teams will present in front of the judges during.

The judges for presentation will comprise of academician and industrial panels to expose the participants to industrial standards.

Date: 17th – 18th November 2018
Venue: MAI, Cyberjaya

Rules and Regulations (Stage 2):
  • Top 20 teams are going to defend their proposals in stage 2 of MAVeC’19. Each team is required to present and defend their ideas to industrial judges for 30 minutes (10 minutes presentation+20 minutes Q&A session).
  • The presentation is a closed session and supervisor is not allowed to answer posed questions on behalf of his/her team.
  • The presentation is held for two days and the results of the qualifying teams to the final stage (Stage 3 Autobot Challenge) will be announced on the second day.
 

Prizes

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1st Prize

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2nd Prize

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3rd Prize

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x 7 Consolation

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