Our involvement within the RoboCup Initiative
Target of this project is developing a deliberative component supporting precise coordinated acting of multirobotic systems under real-time constraints. The integration of a total system and validation of results for simulated as well for real robots take place within the framework of ROBOCUP. As the general basis for the deliberative component which we will develop, the logic based controller language GOLOG, developed at the University of Toronto, will be used. This language has been advanced within our workgroup over the recent years and has been utilized successfully for controlling mobile robots.
Submitted by stf on 15. November 2007 - 15:36 categories [ ]
Together with the IMA/ZLW & IFU Institute Cluster, RWTH Aachen University and the Department for Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Robotics Group, FH Aachen we founded a new joint team to participate in the RoboCup Logistics League sponsored by Festo (LLSF)
As a preparation for RoboCup 2013 in Eindhoven, there will be a Hackathon from February 25th to March 1st. The goal of this Hackathon is to develop high-level programs for reasoning and behavior execution for the new tasks and challenges in the LLSF. integrate a robotics system based on the Robotino robot, that can complete certain logistics task in a restricted environment.
Submitted by tim on 25. January 2013 - 16:10 categories [ ]
An announcement of the course can soon be found in the course information system CAMPUS.
Submitted by stf on 16. June 2011 - 16:51 categories [ ]
"Providing Ground-truth Data for the Nao Robot Platform", RoboCup 2010: Robot Soccer World Cup XIV, vol. 6556, Singapore, Springer, pp. 133-144, 25/06/2010, 2011.
Submitted by tim on 2. June 2010 - 16:31 categories [ ]
Robots that operate in human environments need to be able to detect and preferably also track humans around them by using all of their sensory capabilities.
The objective of this thesis is to develop and implement a system that allows a robot to detect and track person using several different modalities such as a laser range finder and a sound source localization.
Submitted by stf on 8. March 2010 - 9:26 categories [ ]
"A Lua-based Behavior Engine for Controlling the Humanoid Robot Nao", RoboCup 2009: Robot Soccer World Cup XIII, vol. 5949, Graz, Austria, Springer, pp. 240-251, 01/07/2009, 2010.
Submitted by tim on 18. July 2009 - 0:44 categories [ ]
"Robust Collision Avoidance in Unknown Domestic Environments", RoboCup 2009: Robot Soccer World Cup XIII, vol. 5949, Graz, Austria, Springer, pp. 116--127, 2009.
Submitted by stf on 29. April 2009 - 15:37 categories [ ]
"RoboCup@Home: Scientific Competition and Benchmarking for Domestic Service Robots", Interaction Studies, vol. 10, issue Special Issue: Robots in the Wild, no. 3: John Benjamin Publishing, pp. 392--426, 2009.
Submitted by stf on 29. April 2009 - 15:31 categories [ ]
"Repairing Decision-theoretic Policies Using Goal-oriented Planning", KI 2008: Advances in Artificial Intelligence, 31st Annual German Conference on AI, KI 2008, vol. 5243: Springer, pp. 267-275, 2008.
Submitted by Alexander Ferrein on 13. August 2008 - 10:29 categories [ ]
"Randomized Trees for Real-Time One-Step Face Detection and Recognition", Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR'08), Tampa, Florida, USA, IEEE Computer Society, pp. 1--4, December 8-11, 2008.
Submitted by stf on 12. August 2008 - 20:05 categories [ ]