Overview
Our RoboCup team, started in 2007, is now on its 5th hardware revision. The team, which has previously competed in the following World Events:

  • 2007 (Atlanta, GA, USA)
  • 2008 (Suzhou, China)
  • 2010 (Singapore)
  • 2011 (Istanbul, Turkey)
  • 2012 (Mexico City, Mexico)
  • 2013 (Eindhoven, Netherlands)
  • 2014 (Joao Pessoa, Brazil)
  • 2015 (Hefei, China)
  • 2016 (Leipzig, Germany)
  • 2017 (Nagoya, Japan)
  • 2018 (Montreal, Canada)
  • 2019 (Sydney, Australia)

is working toward the 2020 World Event to be held in Bordeaux, France. Applying the lessons learned from previous years our team hopes to emerge as a strong contender for years to come. As such we strive toward innovation and hope to meet the goals of the RoboCup Organization.

The Competition
Our team competes in the small size league (SSL) of RoboCup. Here, a team of six robots which are limited to a 18cm diameter and 15cm height compete in a game of 6 on 6 soccer. These robots are autonomously controlled by top-down oriented cameras and wirelessly communicate to each other to defeat their opponents.

Meetings

Tuesday, 6:30 PM
Sunday, 1:00 PM

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Wiki Page

http://wiki.robojackets.org/w/RoboCup

GitHub Project

https://github.com/RoboJackets/robocup-software

https://github.com/RoboJackets/robocup-firmware

https://github.com/RoboJackets/robocup-pcb

https://github.com/robojackets/robocup-mechanical

RoboCup League Web Page

https://ssl.robocup.org

Mailing List

https://lists.gatech.edu/sympa/info/robojackets-robocup

Team Leaders

  • Juan “JP” Almagro – Project Manager
  • Will Stuckey – Chief Scientist
  • Marine Maisonneuve – Electrical Lead
  • Terence Lui – Mechanical Lead
  • Tanner Jones – Software Lead