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 league is based on Aldebaran's Nao humanoids. Teams compete with their five 53cm height robots, which are able to communicate with each other by the wireless network. Robots are able to use two cameras, placed on their face in order to recognize objects in the field. As there is no difference in robots hardware, the team with more optimized software and intelligence is the winner.
We are a team of undergraduate and graduate students based in Qazvin Azad University, working as one of research groups of Mechatronics Research Laboratory. Our occupation as students is learning and doing research in the field of AI and Robotics on Nao robot platform. We participate in RoboCup competitions since 2009 to see our efforts and research results in a practical environment. Some of our results on these competitions include the fifth place in Brazil 2014 competitions, the first place at Iran Open 2014, and the third place of German Open 2014.
Recognize objects in the environment such as lines, robots, etc.
Robot requires its position in order to operate.
By having own position and objects' positions robot can play with its teammates
Robot walks on its feet like a human being