The Human Powered Vehicle Competition spanned all three days of the festival, with a drag-race style speed test and a 2 ½ hour endurance test. Vehicles were also judged on the basis of design and endurance. Delhi Technological University (DTU) emerged as the overall winner with a total score of 77.25 out of 87.50..
In Impromptu design challenge, students were asked to design a Wind turbine from the equipment’s they were provided with on the spot. They were evaluated on the basis of the prototype which was more stable and could generate more electricity.
The ASME Old Guard Competition featured both posters and oral presentations on varying topics related to innovation and advancement of technology and current trends.
This was a two day event which was carried out in 3 phases first two of them being concept thinking, designing and testing. The most important last phase which attracted a huge base of audience was the competition round in which the robot had to pick up objects of various sizes and also do the task of finding its way out of maze and extinguishing fire. This event took place on the 3rd and 4th of March.
The problem statement was to create a robot which could perform 5 tasks which included sprint, tennis ball throw, stair climb, golf ball hit and weight lift and scores from each were considered to determine the overall champion. The winners were the team of IIT BOMBAY- Innovative Cell.