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Student Robotics

UK Charity that runs an annual robotics competition. If you are a volunteer, see the ops-manual wiki to get started.

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What is Student Robotics?

As a UK based charity, Student Robotics challenges teams of 16 to 19 year-olds to design, build and program fully autonomous robots to compete in our annual competition. After we announce the year's game, the teams have just six months to engineer their creations. As well as supplying teams with a kit, which they can use as a framework for their robot, we mentor the teams over this period. Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, we provide all of this to our teams at no cost.

How can my company help?

Student Robotics is looking for new sponsors to help us fulfil our mission. The support from our sponsors makes it possible to sustain our programme and continue to run free to enter competitions that attract students from a wide range of schools and colleges. By partnering with us, you will be able to increase your organisation's or product's awareness with the next generation of engineers.

Find out more about sponsorship, on the Sponsor page.

How can I help?

Student Robotics is powered by a collection of passionate individuals with varying skills from diverse backgrounds. If you're passionate about helping us achieve our goal, and you're willing to get stuck in, we have a place for you.

If you'd like to join us you can sign up on our Volunteer page.


  1. ops-manual ops-manual Public

    Student Robotics' Operations Manual. Defines how the Charity operates.


  2. tasks tasks Public

    Collects all the tasks which we want to work on.


  3. runbook runbook Public

    A single source for all Student Robotics internal documentation

    HTML 7

  4. competition-simulator competition-simulator Public

    A simulator for Student Robotics Virtual Competitions

    Python 6 2

  5. sr-robot3 sr-robot3 Public

    Forked from sourcebots/sbot

    Python 3 API for Student Robotics Kit


  6. srawn srawn Public

    Student Robotics (Almost) Weekly Newsletter

    Python 1


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