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ROBOFEST 2012 was held on 13th and 14th of September. The competition was open to two categories; the school and the undergraduate category. Many students from all around the country gathered in the campus auditorium with many witnessess showing that ROBOFEST has had a large impact on students of all ages since 2010.


School students from all around Sri Lanka participated in the event with great enthusiasm regardless of from which state or province or school they were from.

Then again, those teams whose robots played their role on the platform most efficiently emerged winners.


`` Tinker `` - of Mahanama College, Colombo 3

Gold award winners

(Sponsored By -)

``LFR-001-DEV `` of Maliyadeva College, Kurunegala

Silver award winners

(Sponsored By Energynet)

``LFR-005-DEV `` of Maliyadeva College, Kurunegala

Bronze award winners

(Sponsored By SLIIT)

Apart from the prizes for the gold, silver and bronze award winners, three complimentary prizes were given to those robots who performed well yet who were just a few seconds behind the best.

The teams who emerged 4th, 5th and 6th in the school category being awarded with complimentary prizes were :

~ Fourth Place : ” Shadow Walker” – of Devi Balika Vidyalaya, Colombo 8.

~ Fifth Place: ” KIT ” of Mahinda College, Galle.

~ Sixth Place: ” K9 ” of Vidyaloka College, Galle.


The undergraduate category of ROBOFEST 2012 was open to all undergraduates of Sri Lanka. All teams of the undergraduate category participated in the competition held on 13th September, 2011. Robots that were built with immense hard work were brought on to the platform on stage to evaluate their performance. Robots moved on the platform along the lines, avoiding obstacles and following arrows trying hard to reach the final goal. By the end of round one, only 15 robots managed to perform to successfully lead their teams to the final round.

Round two for the undergraduate category was held on the 14th of September, 2011. The most successful 15 robots were again brought on to stage with their teams. The robots had to peform the same tasks. But the platform that they had to make their way through to the goal was made a tougher one – This time with a “moving obstacle”.

Each team were given three trials. All robots that made their way to round two were all very efficient. The teams whose robots’ proved to be the best among the best performing robots, emerged winners of round two – the undergraduate category of Robofest 2012.


``Interceptor `` - of Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology

Gold award winners

(Sponored By DMS Electronics)

``I-Robot`` - of International College of Business & Technology

Silver award winners

(Sponsored by SLIIT)

``SK-Bot`` - of University of Ruhuna

Bronze award winners

(Sponsored by Sampath Bank)