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AndroSot

AndroSot aims to promote the abilities of attack and defense in androids and also consist of several tasks such as dribbling, obstacle avoidance, shooting, trajectory detection, goalkeeping, role arrangement, and positioning control.

AndroSot aims to promote the abilities of attack and defense in androids and also consist of several tasks such as dribbling, obstacle avoidance, shooting, trajectory detection, goalkeeping, role arrangement, and positioning control. Besides the main competition, there are also two challenge events in AndroSot, the 1st challenge event is Dribble and Attack, and the 2nd challenge event is Free Kick. 

Introduction

The official version of the rules of the game for AndroSot Challenge is based on the concepts from the HuroCup games. The primary idea came from Professor Tzuu-Hseng Steve Li in 2011. Some comments from Professor Kuo-Yang Tu, the FIRA 2011 General Co-Chair, have also been applied to the rules for AndroSot Challenge. The Challenge games aim to promote the abilities of attack and defense in androids and also consist of several tasks such as dribbling, obstacle avoidance, shooting, trajectory detection, goalkeeping, role arrangement, and positioning control. There are two challenge events in FIRA 2017, the 1st challenge event is Dribble and Attack, and the 2nd challenge event is Free Kick. Some time constraints are redefined, and the scoring points are changed to make the events more competitive. 

  • Robot Weight Range: 600g.
  • Robot Dimensions: up to 50cm
  • Pitch: 4m x 6m
  • Robot Control Specifications: Remote Control

 

 



Committees

League Chair:

Tzuu-Hseng Steve LiNational Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

Technical Committee Members:

Tae Koo KangSang Myung University, South Korea

Ming-Yuan ShiehSouthern Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan



Rules

You can find the AndroSot General Laws of the Game in the following link.

You can find the AndroSot Challenge General Laws of the Game in the following link.



Teams

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