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RoboCup

Development of intelligent robots by executing competitions

Meet more than 3,500 dedicated scientists and developers from more than 40 countries. Be inspired by the contests, and become part of the RoboCup network

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RoboCup is an annual international robotics competition proposed and founded in 1997. The aim is to promote robotics and AI research, by offering a publicly appealing, but formidable challenge. The name RoboCup is a contraction of the competition’s full name, “Robot Soccer World Cup“, but there are many other stages of the competition such as “RoboCupRescue”, “[email protected]” and “RoboCupJunior”. In 2016 the world’s competition was held in Leipzig, Germany. ( Read – 100 things to do in Germany). RoboCup 2017 will be held in Nagoya, Japan.

The official goal of the project:

“By the middle of the 21st century, a team of fully autonomous humanoid robot soccer players shall win a soccer game, complying with the official rules of FIFA, against the winner of the most recent World Cup.”

Regulations & Rules

The regulations provided in this page constitute official regulations of RoboCup games, administered by The RoboCup Federation. The initial regulations were drafted in 1994. Several revisions were made from technical and logistical point of view meanwhile. The basis of the current regulation was drafted in the 1996 version of the RoboCup regulations, and is modified every year for RoboCup World Championship games. Currently, rule revisions for RoboCup are under discussion. The most up-to-date rules per league are available for your reference below.

RoboCup Policy of Rule changes
RoboCup’s rules change in order to promote advances in the science and technology of robots and to make the league challenges closer to real world, rather than to impose artificial setups to improve league specific performance. They are reviewed annually by each league technical committee, and discussed with participants and other knowledgeable researchers in the field to draft out new rules. Regularly roadmaps for 5-10 years are discussed and are used as reference for yearly rule changes.

Rules for Each League
The league Technical Committee is the official body for discussion and decision about rules and other long-term issues for each league. Current rules and discussions are maintained in the web-site of each league committee:

 

RoboCupSoccer

 

RoboCupRescue

 
[email protected]

 
RoboCupJunior

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