Every year the IRO International Robot Olympiad publishes the new challenges, which are based on realistic scientific problems.

Each Challenge has three parts: the Robot Game, the Project and the Core Values. Teams of 1 to 4 people, with at least one adult coach, participate in the Challenge by programming an autonomous robot to earn points in the competition (Robot Game), proposing solutions to the problem they have identified (Project), always operating according to the Core Values.

Please read the general rules first

Games for Record

Robot Gathering

Updated 21 of September

Mission Challenge

Updated 3 of June

Robot Farming

Updated 3 of June

Cart Rolling Ball

Updated 21 of September

​Energy Saving

Updated 3 of June

Games for Tournament

Robot Biatlon

Updated 3 of June

Games for Evaluation

Robot in Movie

Updated 3 of June

Physical Computing

Updated 21 of June

Creative Category

Updated 21 of September

Games for AI

A.I. Soccer

Updated 2 of December

AI Autonomous Driving

Updated 9 of December

AI Mission Racing

Updated 24 of June

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