Football (or soccer) was the original motivation for RoboCup. Besides being a very popular sport worldwide, soccer brings a significant set of challenges for researchers while attracting people to the event. These challenges include:
Two teams of 11 eleven virtual agents each play with each other, based on a computer simulator that provides a realistic simulation of soccer robot sensors and actions.
Each agent is a separate process that sends the simulation server communication and motion commands regarding the player it represents, and receives back information about its state, including the (noisy and partial) sensor observations of the surrounding environment.
Please visit the RoboCup simulation league page for more information.
SEU-3D is a RoboCup Simulation 3D Team of Southeast University, Nanjing, China. The project was started by two students for their BS theses in 2005. After that many students join us, and now we have successfully attended several competitions.
We are gladly to communicate with other teams or researchers.If you have any suggestions or questions, please contact us. It will be great pleasure for us to answer your questions.
1st -- 2008.05 JiangsuRobotCompetition, in Xuzhou, China
We developed some useful tools while developing our agents. They will be placed here.
By the year 2050, develop a team of fully autonomous humanoid robots that can win against the human world soccer champion team.