- Purpose and Events
Founded in 1997, the RoboCup's main goal was to play and win the World Champion soccer team by 2050. RCKA is a non-profit organization created by robot education workers or volunteers. RCKA is an opportunity for teenagers to develop their technical skills.
The Korea RoboCup Committee was first established in Korea in 2012. There is a super team league in the RoboCup, where players who speak different languages from each continent form a team and compete. The super team has a surprise mission, and teams from various countries in the RoboCup will team up to carry out the surprise mission. For example, IceTank: If one robot hits another robot, the robot stops, and if another robot hits a frozen robot, it will be released.
There are many events in the RoboCup, including LightWeight, Rescue: Line/Maze/, OnStage, Rescue basic/GEN lI, and Soccer Humanoid.
Lightweight: Infrared sensor ball detection·Compass sensor recognition of goal direction·Ultrasonic sensor recognition of robot and stadium wall detection·Motor and Omni wheel space movement play soccer. Rescue line: The team's robots must be durable and intelligent enough to pass through hills, bumpy roads, piles of stones, etc. When the robot finds an injured person, it should be moved to a safe shelter where the injured person can be taken over. Rescue Maze: The robot must navigate the maze to find the injured. Robots should explore as many mazes as possible, not find the fastest route through the maze. OnStage: Develop original autonomous robots designed, built, and programmed. The aim is to create a 1-2 minute robotic performance using engineering technology to induce audience participation.
All possible performances, such as dance, storytelling, theater, or art installation, are included. Rescue Basic: The robot must go through the entrance door safely, enter only the designated room, and move along a safe path. It should also have the ability to avoid obstacles in its path. Finally, the robot must conduct a mission to seek survivors and evacuate them to a safe area. GENlL: Autonomous robots must be passive to the competitor. Robots must be able to move in all directions, and the team that scores a lot of goals in a soccer match will win Soccer Humanoid: In the Humanoid League, autonomous robots with a human-like body plan and human-like senses play soccer against each other. Dynamic walking, running and kicking the ball while maintaining balance, visual perception of the ball, other players, and the field, self-localization, and team play are among the many research issues investigated in the Humanoid League.
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