Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Qualification material 2018

RoboCup MSL Robotsports Qualification documents

Publications of Robot Sports, formerly Philips Cyber Football Team

Since Robot Sports is stepping in with MSL this year, there are no publications by the team. Currently we are writting an article about team role assignment and team positioning, this will be pulished after experiment data (games).

The Philips Cyber Football team, out of which the Robot Sports team was formed, did publish for the RoboCup competitions in the years 2002-2006.

Past results of Robot Sports, formerly Philips Cyber Football Team

2002 German Open 1st place
  Fukuoka 2nd round
2003 German Open 1st place
  Padova 1st round
2004 German Open semi-finals
  Lisbon 2nd round
2005 German Open semi-finals
  Osaka 3rd place
2006 Dutch Open semi-finals
  Bremen 2nd round
2016 European Open Eindhoven 2nd round
  World Cup Leipzig 1st round
2017 European Open Coimbra 4th place

Contributions of Robot Sports, formerly Philips Cyber Football Team

MSL Workshop 2016 co-organize workshop with Tech United and ASML Falcons
MSL Workshop 2014 facilitate pratical day of the workshop and participate in workshop
ROS Workshop 2014 facilitate and participate in ROS workshop together with ASML Falcons
MSL ref box 2004 - 2014 Jurge van Eijck
MSL ref box 2015 Jurge van Eijck as tester
MSL technical committee 2006 Jurge van Eijck
Dutch Open 2006 event organization

Other contributions

During the active period of Robot Sports, we have contributed in various events to promote robotics and technology education for Dutch audiences. The latest event was the Eindhoven Maker Faire, see the video fragment for an impression:

Naamloos

Qualification movie