- Date: To be announced, last held in July 2019
- Venue: To be announced
APYRC consists of many events like the Sumo Robot, Tug-of-War and Mission Programming. Most events are carried out in the knock out format. As the competition format is less demanding it is a good introductory competition for newcomers to the robotic competition scene.
- Date: To be announced, last held in 2019
- Venue: Nanyang Polytechnic
NRPC is a LEGO Robot competition similar to FLL. Participants must complete the numerous missions spread across the playfield within 2.5 minutes. They are able to change their attachments and programs once their robot returns to the start base. The focus of this competition is on strategising on how best to achieve multiple missions using the fewest attachments and runs.
- Date: To be announced, last held July 2019
- Final Rounds: To be announced
- Venue: Victoria Junior College
Organised by VJC, DSTA and DSO, this competition has 2 main events, the Exploration Challenge and the Autonomous Challenge. The Exploration Challenge requires participants to control 3 separate robots to complete a mission. Each team will have to build and prepare 3 robots either using LEGO Mindstorms or VEX platform. The Autonomous Challenge requires the robot to be pre-programmed to complete a challenge (e.g. scanning and shifting of cubes in a certain order). All missions and rules are released a few months before the competition date. As the challenge is significantly more difficult for LEGO based robots, it is advised to participate in this competition using the VEX platform.
- Date: To be confirmed for 2021
- Venue: Rulang Primary School
This competition is organised by Rulang Primary School and is part of the RoboFest STEM Conference. The competition is carried out in a surprise mission format. Participants will have to build and program their LEGO robots to accomplish certain tasks within 3 to 4 hours.
- Date: To be confirmed, 2022
- Venue: Nanyang Polytechnic, Singapore
Jointly organised by the various polytechnics, ITEs and universities in Singapore. This competition involves higher-performance robotic systems, mainly created by tertiary students. As the events are challenging, they require dedicated research and development. Some examples of their events include Autonomous Underwater Robots and Legged Robot Marathon Race. The SRG is meant as a display to the public of what the tertiary students can do with robotics and a glimpse into the future generation of commercially-available robots.