The RoboCup Standard Platform League is a soccer league where all teams participate using the same robot, the NAO robot from SoftBank Robotics. These robots play fully autonomously and each one takes decisions separately from the others, but they still have to play as a team by using communications.
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In 2021, RoboCup will be held virtually around the world, owing to the ongoing COVID 19 situation. The Standard Platform League will take on a new form that is designed to provide all teams an opportunity to competitively measure their skills in robot soccer within the current circumstances.
The RoboCup is an event in which robots play soccer against each other and is great fun – even to watch! Emotional Intelligence NAO enables emotional interactions through its humanoid appearance, recognition and response to gestures, as well as speech and behavior of humans.
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The RoboCup Standard Platform League is a RoboCup robot soccer league, in which all teams compete with identical robots. The robots operate fully autonomously, i.e. there is no external control, neither by humans nor by computers. The current standard platform used is the humanoid NAO by SoftBank Robotics.
Robocup 2013.Challenge & inspire your students with this robot.NAO have already been adopted by schools, universities and labs worldwide.The Youtube video's ...
The current situation linked to COVID-19 sadly led to the postponing of this year RoboCup 2020 at Bordeaux.As an official sponsor of The RoboCup, SoftBank Ro...
All teams must use gray, red, blue, or orange plated NAO humanoid robots manufactured by Soft-Bank Robotics. Absolutely no modiﬁcations or additions to the robot hardware are allowed. No additional hard-ware is permitted including off-board sensing or processing systems. Additional sensors besides
RoboCup is an international scientific initiative with the goal to advance the state of the art of intelligent robots. When established in 1997, the original mission was to field a team of robots capable of winning against the human soccer World Cup champions by 2050.
The final of the Standard Platform League at Robocup in Montreal.Find out more about us here:https://www.facebook.com/naoteamhtwk