The Robotics Triathlon of the London School of Mathematics and Programming is a cross-platform robotics competition. The event is unusual because it places no constraint on the types of controllers, construction sets or languages used by the teams.
Challenges representing the traditional robotics tasks of autonomous navigation, pick-up and delivery, as well as remote controlled operations in a collaborative environment create the opportunity for children to apply their programming and robotics skills.
There are three challenges and one bonus task in this competition. Overall score will be calculated as a sum of points from each challenge and the bonus points. Challenges can be attempted several times. Teams can take breaks between those attempts to modify robot or code of the robot. Recommended size of the team is one to three students.