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Robots@NUS Competition 2017

A festive yet serious showcase of innovative student works


Makers Lab @ NUS
Monday 8th January 2018
1:00PM to 5:00PM

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No Pain, No Cane
Picking things up may seem like a simple task that we do daily, but to the elderly it may be quite difficult. Our group thus created...
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T3@M PLC
Our team strives to develop a robot that dries a targeted area (eg. bathrooms) automatically to reduce chances of slipping and falling on wet surfaces....
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TOBOR
We aim to assist elderly with difficulty walking and/or the physically disabled in their daily routine of having to go to the toilet for showering...
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Silver Flexer
With advancements in technologies, many inventions such as robotic arms or wheelchairs have been created to assist the silver community in carrying out their daily...
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Pill Shaker
Elderly heavily depend on their medications to keep them healthy, but complex medication regime has led to various mistakes such as missing doses, taking incorrect...
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LEGOCERIES
The silver population of Singapore will increase from 1 in 8 today to 1 in 4 by 2030. Therefore we need to cater to their...
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Foldr
We do laundry almost everyday, and folding laundry is a chore. Folding shirts is even more challenging for elderly in Singapore, many of whom live alone...
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Kitten Kart
We are designing a solution to meet challenges in the upcoming silver tsunami. In 10 elderly, 9 have at least 3 chronic conditions, 4 spend half...
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The Hulk
Elderly faces deterioration in muscle mass and strength by 30-50% between the age of 30-80 years. Muscular strength reduction hinders the elderly muscle strength abilities....
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Handroid
A robotic arm that mimics that of a human's. It aids elderly in their daily tasks and can be controlled wirelessly by a "remote control"...
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Smart Tongkat
"Tongkat" stands for a walking stick in Malay. For seniors using a walking stick, it is difficult to bend down and retrieve items. After surveying...
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Mar-E
According to a recent Straits Times report in September 2017, the Singapore population is aging faster than before, primarily due to a longer life expectancy...

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Description


Robot@NUS is a robotic maker competition where teams of students with diverse background are going to pit their ingenuity and building skills against each other. The end products should help the elderly overcome some common obstacles in their everyday routine. The aim of this competition is to provide a platform for students to explore current usage of robotics in various industries, and to identify challenges faced by the elderly today. Based on that, students will address these challenges using robotics. Students will be exposed to advanced designing, building and programming of robotics.

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Projects
Robots@NUS Projects (Chair: DR. SOO YUEN JIEN)

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Schedule


23:59
Closing of Registration of Student Makers/Exhibitors
9:00
Workshops Start- Venue: Makers@SoC lab
13:00
Submission, Exhibition, Judging and Prize Presentation

Award & Prize


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