Presentation on theme: "Robot competitions By: Johnny Ngo Kiet Tuan Vuong."— Presentation transcript:
Robot competitions By: Johnny Ngo Kiet Tuan Vuong
List of Competitions RoboCup RoboGames International Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) Competition AUVSI Foundation's International Aerial Robotics Competition
RoboCup The goal is developing a robot team to win against the human world soccer champion team by 2050 Contains three competitions: Soccer: 3 robots per team Rescue: following a line to retrieve an object to a safety point as fast as possible Dance: dancing robot with costumes All robots are designed and developed mainly by the students and work without human intervention.
RoboGames The world's largest robot competition The formerly ROBOlympics, host over 50 events like human Olympics. Such as: sumo, kung-fu, maze solving and so on It is open competition.All robots are designed and developed by everyone and work without or with little human intervention such as remote control.
International Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) Competition The goal is to advance the development of AUVs by challenging students to perform realistic missions in an underwater environment. Missions: Path: able to go from the Gate to the Life Vest Life Vest: strike two of the three buoys in the given order Hedge: crossing the top of the riser, more points if pass through its mid line or below Weapons: carry two markers to drop within the bins Window: carry up to two crossbow bolts to fire at the window was designated as the correct pane Counselor: vehicle must surface fully inside the octagon, it must captured the counselor when it surface.
AUVSI Foundation's International Aerial Robotics Competition The longest running aerial robotic event since 1991. The flying robots are fully autonomous. It is open to universities and has many missions such as: Ground object capture and transfer Hazardous waste location and identification Disaster scene search and rescue Remote surveillance of building interiors The primary goal of the competition has been to provide a reason for the state of art in aerial robotics to move forward.
Robot competitons video Kung fu http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUqubo-sZGs Soccer http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wMSiKHPKX4&feature=related Sub http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DOwFXDsY4I8&feature=related Air http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2inEjl6ju8&feature=player_embedded