The WorldSkills Lyon 2024 Mobile Robotics Collection, by Studica, is the authorized collection for the WorldSkills Mobile Robotics Competition in Lyon, France, 10-15 September 2024. This collection includes most of the items in the previous competition collection and has 28 new parts. The biggest change is the new 3D Depth Camera, the 360 Degree LiDAR which will bring the competition to the next level for Autonomous Mobile Robotics (AMR).
The collection includes everything you will need to complete a full functioning robot that will be able to compete at Lyon 2024. As in the previous, you will be allowed to create 3D printed parts to make any additional parts needed. Includes the VMX Robotics Controller, which can be programmed in Java, C++, Python, ROS, and LabVIEW. This collection also includes electronics, accessories, motors, servos, mounts, U-Channel, mounting plates, flat brackets, irregular brackets, and flat beams. You'll also find gears, sprockets, pulleys, belts, axles, slides, rack & pinion, wheels, bushings, bearings, coupling, collars, spacers, screws, nuts, and standoffs. (Over 1600 components).
If you already have the 2022 Bordeaux Collection and wish to add only the new items, you can purchase the Lyon 2024 Upgrade Kit
The Lyon 2024 Upgrade Pack can be added to the exisiting Shanghai/Bourdeaux Kit to make the WorldSkills Lyon 2024 Mobile Robotics Collection.
The Lyon Challenge Elements will be used in the WorldSkills Lyon 2024 Mobile Robotics Competition. More details will be provided in the official Test Project (TP) (to be released).