On the 26th and 27th of June our soccer robots can play again, but this year it will look different than other years. We are not going to play soccer matches against each other, but we will compete in the Technical Challenge and the Scientific Challenge. These challenges were already a part of the tournament in previous years. Our soccer robots have won the Technical Challenge 1x before, and the Scientific Challenge even 7x! Hopefully we can also show some nice new developments this year!
The developments of our newest 8-wheeled robot did not stop! He now can play fast and smoothly with his team mates.
Call for participation to all Robocup Middle-Size League teams! The 10th annual international MSL Workshop will be held on the 12th and the 13th of December 2020 online between approximately 8.00 and 14.00 CET. You can register your team for the MSL Workshop with the Google Form until the 23rd of November! More information? Mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Innovation Origins also made an interesting article about our soccer robots! Everything about our tactics, the world model and the goal of our motorized Oranjeleeuwinnen. Have you already seen it?
In 2050 we can beat the world champions of real soccer! And we can keep elderly longer at home with a robotic helper. We do a lot of research in robotics, but why exactly?
Read an insightful article from Innovation Origins about our service robots here.
Our soccer robots and service robots managed to get the first place in RoboCup 2019 in Sydney!
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Tech United Eindhoven
De Wielen 1, TU/e campus Eindhoven
Office: RoboCup Stadium