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Alamein Robotics Championship is an international annual robotics festival hosted at New Alamein city that holds international, regional, and local competitions’ finals side by side to projects faire, talks & speeches, and other side events. ARC includes the following competitions:

  • - Minesweepers International Competition
  • - Metal Monsters Competition & Show
  • - Underwater Robotics Challenges
    (AUV, ROV and SeaPerch North Africa)


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Minesweepers International Competition: Towards A Landmine Free World

Minesweepers: Towards a Landmine-free World is the first international robotics competition on humanitarian demining established in 2012 that aims at raising public awareness of the seriousness of landmines and unexploded ordnances (UXOs). Minesweepers is featured during ARC with its 2021 international version. The last international version of Minesweepers was hosted by IROS19 in Macau, China.



Metal Monsters: Robot Fight

MENA region lead robot fight League since 2017, that runs a heavyweight robot fight show and a robot fight competition to spread knowledge of robotics and technology among non-technicals via means of an entertaining show. Also, to build a robust competition environment based on a competitive one trial double sided game system to increase the reliability and repeatability of participating robots to raise the technical level of our products and among the participants.

Underwater Robotics Challenges

UWRChallenges is a series of annual Underwater Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Challenges that occurs in the MENA Region powered by the Underwater Robotics Research Center. This year there will be 3 competitions: AUV, ROV and SeaPerch MENA.


SeaPerch North Africa

SeaPerch is an underwater robotics innovative program that prepares mentors and students to build a Remotely Operated Underwater Vehicle (ROV) for submarine missions. Students can build the ROV in a classroom or out-of-school setting with a special kit that consists of low-cost and easily accessible parts. The program follows a unique curriculum that teaches basic engineering and science concepts in a marine engineering theme. SeaPerch provides students with the opportunity to learn about robotics, engineering, science, and mathematics (STEM). Throughout the project, students will learn engineering concepts, problem-solving, teamwork, and technical applications.

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