Remoto Car Challenge

2-3 Hours
DURATION OF ACTIVITY
In ideal cases, it takes 3 hours to perform this activity including the debrief time.
Indoor/Outdoor
TYPE OF VENUE
Remoto Car Challenge
24 - 200
NO. OF PARTICIPANTS
Can be customized for any batch size provided the other requirements are met
Anywhere
LOCATION
This activity can be done anywhere across India and abroad.
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REMOTO CHALLENGE IS A ONE PART COLLABORATION AND ONE PART COMPETITION. TEAMS WORK TOGETHER TO BUILD BRIDGES THAT FORM THE CIRCUIT AND THEN RACE RC CARS AROUND THE TRACK AND TRY AND WIN THE BEST TIME!
Teams must put on their creative hats and design and build a sturdy bridge that can sustain 2 cars. The weight must be well distributed through all the pillars and columns to ensure stability and strength. This takes planning, testing and a lot of out of the box thinking to make sure no failures or collapse happen. Teams must also collaborate with other teams when building so that the circuit is well laid out without sharp corners or steep drops/climbs.The event concludes with the teams going head to head with RC cars. Proper F1 qualifying rules apply to ensure grid positions for the race and. Finally, the teams line up on the grid and its go go go all the way to the chequered flag!
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SATISFACTION
Remoto Car Challenge
How Remoto Car Challenge adds value to team?
Collaboration
Each team builds only a part of the entire track. The need to collaborate with the other teams is crucial for the success of the activity. This also pushes them to align with the larger organizational goal while focusing on their own work.
Resource Management
The activity uses slender and limited equipment. Teams must plan out use of the items in advance and strategize the sharing of resources with the other teams. Learning best practices from other teams through observation also helps in swift completion of the project within the given deadline.
Problem Solving
The objective is to make the bridges strong and sturdy. It’s imperative to not only make the bridge stand, but also to ensure that it supports the cars’ weight. This requires ongoing modifications and ability to think on the feet - especially when other teams get involved with the linking process.
Communication
Each bridge is unique and that complicates the process of linking. Any gap in communication manifests itself during the final delivery, indicative of weak links in the track. The team learns how timely and selective communication can help avoid a multitude of complications going forward.
Time Management
The team is asked to work within a time limit like any project in the real corporate world. Planning and teamwork are essential in order to meet these deadlines, as the success of all teams are affected if even some teams fail to meet the deadline. The participants learn how strategy and planning are fundamental to the success of the organization as a whole. All hands, all the way.
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