In this contest competitors will first build, then deploy their smart vehicles to perform a series of autonomous challenges.

Tournament Dates 

August 2-8, 2021 


Each vehicle will have to

  • Navigate to and pick up a randomly placed payload from a general designated area

  • Then race around a previously unknown obstacle course

  • While navigating turns  and avoiding "pedestrians" 

  • Then deliver the payload to an unloading area


The vehicles which complete the set of challenges in the fastest time will be declared winners with trophies, certificates and cash prizes. More details will follow as we get closer. The more the number of competitors, the better the competition, and the bigger the prizes will be.​



Autonomous Racing


Group 1

Group 2

Competition Prep

Build A Competition Ready Autonomous Racing Mobile Robot*


*Attending this session guarantees entry into the Tournament

Aug 2 - 6

10:00 AM  - 1:00 PM

Aug 2 - 6

2:30 PM -5:30 PM





Evodyne Autonomous Racing Tournament 2021

10:30 AM  - 5:00 PM

August 7 - 8


Everything will culminate during the last week of summer break with an amazing competition, the Evodyne Autonomous Racing Tournament 2021.

This competition is open to our students who will have all built their own AI enabled smart mobile robots by that time. There will be certificates, trophies, and prizes up to $5000 (and rising). 


Summer Robotics Program 2021


Build AI Enabled Robots while Learning Modern Robotics Concepts

Last year we gave each student a fantastic, yet safe in-person experience. This year, our goal is to provide an unforgettable summer filled with excitement  and improvement. We design and manufacture all our robots right here in Mountain View. Some of the nation's highest ranked schools including Palo Alto High School and Monta Vista High School in Cupertino, along with schools in Sacramento County and North Carolina are using our robots and curriculum.

COVID-19 Safety

The rules will be designed to ensure a great contest in all situations:

  • Even with a worst case COVID-19 scenario with absolutely no student interaction allowed

  • If the situation eases up we will allow teams of students to co-operate to complement their skills and increase odds of winning, but only and with parent permission