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VIVITA ROBOCON in 国際ロボット展 2022 VIVITA ROBOCON in International Exhibition 2022
パワフルに。そしてスマートに。 Be Powerful, Be Smart!

開発者 Developer

隼介 Shunsuke























The new robot has significantly improved base specifications compared to previous robots.

Body with improved basic performance

Many robots employing crawlers have a very narrow vehicle width because the width of the vehicle is determined along the width of the shaft of the rolling wheels. This makes them long, narrow, high, and unstable in order to make room for VIVIWARE and other equipment. In other words, it is like a narrow body and high roof for a conventional robot.

In contrast, the shaft for the rolling wheels has been separated into two parts, allowing for greater flexibility in the width of the vehicle. This not only makes the car wider and lower in height, allowing it to carry more cargo, but also lowers the car’s center of gravity. It is a wide body and low roof.

In addition, the chassis design has been redesigned and 5.5mm MDF is used for the chassis portion to achieve a high-strength chassis. This is also to withstand the loading of a large number of objects.

In addition, a new crawler and gearbox have been adopted, greatly reducing the risk of the crawler falling off and providing the chassis with ample power.

In summary, the evolution of the vehicle body was

  • The vehicle’s width has been widened to increase payload capacity and lower the center of gravity, making it more stable.
  • The chassis is made of 5.5mm MDF, resulting in a highly rigid chassis.
  • New crawler tracks and gearboxes have been adopted for improved reliability.


Tough body + Evolution Arm

Such an evolved chassis is equipped with a second-generation tubular arm, a major update of the previous tubular arm.

Compared to the previous arm, it has two joints, which makes it easier to attack high ground, etc. (it should).

It is also possible to open and close the lid of the cylinder by itself.



This year’s robot was redesigned from the chassis down, resulting in a more robust and solid chassis.

The new arm, which has undergone a major update, has been introduced into this new design, and I believe that the robot has been put together at a high level both in terms of running and defense.

On the other hand, although I am particular about the crawler, I can sense that the advantages of adopting crawlers are diminishing (there used to be a dirt section on the stage). Is it time for a turning point?