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RoboCup is an international robot soccer competition whose aim is to encourage advanced research in mobile robots. There are four different leagues for different types of robots. One of the leagues is the Sony legged robot league. CSE@UNSW has entered teams in the 1999 competition in Stockholm and the 2000 competition in Melbourne. In 1999 we were runners up and in 2000 we blitzed the opposition to easily win the championship.
Australia’s five-time world champions of robot soccer, UNSW’s rUNSWift team, fell just short of recapturing the title last weekend. Five-time world robot soccer champions, UNSW's 'rUNSWift' team, battled it out against competitors from over 30 countries for the 2019 RoboCup World Champion title, an annual event that was played in Sydney for the first time last week.
RoboCup at UNSW Sydney We don’t just make robots play soccer. We are on the cutting edge of AI and robotics research. rUNSWift is where you can be part of a winning team, contribute to research, learn a lot, and have fun along the way.
UNSW's action androids have made it to the grand final of the world's biggest robot soccer competition - only to be knocked out by a team from Germany.
Five-time world robot soccer champions, UNSW's 'rUNSWift' team, will battle it out against competitors from over 30 countries for the 2019 RoboCup World Champion title, an annual event that kicks off in Sydney for the first time today.
Australia’s five-time world champions of robot soccer, UNSW’s Runswift team, heads to Japan this weekend to try and recapture the international trophy for a record sixth time. The UNSW RoboCup team, both the Runswift soccer team and the @Home domestic assistant team, who will do battle at the 2017 RoboCup World Championships in Japan next week.
In this standard platform soccer league at RoboCup, each team uses the same hardware, a Nao humanoid robot from SoftBank. This league plays five a side soccer on a 6m x 9m field. UNSW has participated with the Nao robots since 2008. All robots in this league are fully autonomous.
The UNSW robot players are R2D2, Rey, Han, Chewie, Yoda and BB8. They are NAO V5 bipedal robots, 58 cm tall and with 21 degrees of freedom, and controlled by NaoQi middleware that interfaces with the Linux-Geode operating system.
Robots developed by UNSW is playing soccer for Robocup at ICC Sydney. RoboCup is an annual international robotics competition proposed and founded in 1996 by...