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  •  RoboCup Soccer RoboCup Soccer

    The main focus of the RoboCup competitions is the game of soccer, where the research goals concern cooperative multi-robot and multi-agent systems in dynamic adversarial environments. All robots in this league are fully autonomous.

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  • Simulation League Simulation League

    Without the necessity to maintain any robot hardware, the RoboCup Simulation League’s focus comprises artificial intelligence and team strategy. The simulation league comprises 2D and 3D soccer simulation.

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  • Small Size League Small Size League

    Small Size robot soccer is one of the RoboCup league divisions. Small Size robot soccer, or F180 as it is otherwise known, focuses on the problem of intelligent multi-agent cooperation and control in a highly dynamic environment with a hybrid centralized/distributed system.

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  • Middle Size League Middle Size League

    In the Middle Size League (MSL) two teams of five autonomous robots play soccer on a 18 x 12 meter indoor field. Each robot is equipped with sensors and an on-board computer to analyse the current game situation and successfully play soccer.

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  •  Standard Platform League Standard Platform League

    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 humanoi

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  • Humanoid League Humanoid League

    In the Humanoid League, autonomous robots with a human-like body plan and human-like senses play soccer against each other. Unlike humanoid robots outside the Humanoid League the task of perception and world modeling is not simplified by using non-human like range sensors. In add

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  • RoboCup Logistics League Sponsored by Festo RoboCup Logistics League Sponsored by Festo

    The RoboCup Logistics League Sponsored by Festo is a league of the annual international robotics competition RoboCup. It focuses on in-factory logistics applications.

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  •  RoboCup@Home RoboCup@Home

    The RoboCup@Home league aims to develop service and assistive robot technology with high relevance for future personal domestic applications. It is the largest international annual competition for autonomous service robots and is part of the RoboCup initiative.

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  • RoboCupJunior RoboCupJunior

    RoboCupJunior is targeted for primary and secondary school students. There is no fixed minimum age, but primary students are expected to be able to read (and hence write programs for their robots) on their own, without significant help from adult mentors.

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  •  RoboCup@Work RoboCup@Work

    RoboCup@Work is a new competition in RoboCup that targets the use of robots in work-related scenarios.

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  •  RoboCup Rescue RoboCup Rescue

    The RoboCupRescue Robot League is an international league of teams with one objective: Develop and demonstrate advanced robotic capabilities for emergency responders using annual competitions to evaluate, and teaching camps to disseminate, best-in-class robotic solutions.

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