A hundred teams of 6-8 researchers, professors and students from 45 countries.
At this level of competition, teams composed of researchers, professors and students push the state of the art of autonomous robotics every year. The scientific advances include image analysis, motor function, human and robot interaction and Artificial Intelligence decision making.
RoboCup 2020 will have nearly 10 French Major teams in the competition. This participation is 5 times more important than in 2017 when 2 Major teams were present at RoboCup in Nagoya, Japan.
Thousands of teams of middle and high school students aged 13 to 19.
RoboCup has a very important educational component. Hundreds of middle and high school students also participate in the competition every year. They come from a highly developed international community with thousands of teams on all 5 continents, with many complementary events open to the youngest throughout the year.
There were about ten French teams in RoboCupJunior in 2017 and now there are nearly 400 teams active throughout France.
Two teams of 2 autonomous mobile robots compete against each other in a soccer game.
Mobile and autonomous robots must be strong and smart enough to navigate in hostile terrain.
Teams must present a creative, interactive and collaborative robotic performance on stage. A wide range of technologies can be used in these performances. Jury members evaluate the complexity of the robots and their programming as well as the technical execution of the performance.
RoboCup@Home Education is an educational initiative in RoboCup@Home that promotes educational efforts to boost RoboCup@Home participation and service robot development.
Under this initiative, currently there are 3 projects in operation :
1 – RoboCup@Home Education Challenge 2 – Support the Development of Open Source Educational Robot Platforms for RoboCup@Home (service robotics) 3 –Outreach Programs (domestic workshops, international academic exchanges, etc.)
Two teams of autonomous and collaborative robots develop dynamic strategies to challenge each other and win the game.
The robot is confronted with a dynamic environment that evolves in real time. The strategy is distributed among several players, who each make their decisions independently based on their own perceptions of the environment resulting from the integration of different sensors.
Robots go through a disaster area, assess the situation and provide first aid to trapped victims.
The Rescue competition trials are representative of the main challenges encountered in search and rescue scenarios in urban or natural environments, such as navigating in rough terrain, overcoming obstacles, moving objects, mapping, and team coordination.
This competition was created in 2001 following the earthquake in Kobe (Japan).
Mobile, autonomous robots interact with humans in a home by helping with everyday tasks.
Autonomous and mobile robots assist humans in a domestic environment such as a home, a care unit, or in public spaces such as a shopping mall. The robot interacts with the user in various modalities (voice, gestures), it performs or assists with household tasks.
Mobile and autonomous robots, with industrial robot arms, save people from hard and repetitive tasks and help them in the factory of the future.
Competition responds to industrial challenges in the organization of production, opportunities for cooperation, and the pooling of tasks in the factory of the future. Mobile robots organize themselves in navigation, items handling, object recognition, etc.
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