A Small Size robot soccer game takes place between two teams of six robots each. Each robot must conform to the dimensions as specified in the F180 rules: the robot must fit within an 180 mm diameter circle and must be no higher than 15 cm. The robots play soccer with an orange golf ball on a green carpeted field that is 9 m long by 6 m wide.
All objects on the field are tracked by a standardized vision system that processes the data provided by four cameras that are attached to a camera bar located 4 m above the playing surface. The vision system - called SSL-Vision - is an open source project maintained by the league’s community.
Off-field computers for each team are used for the processing required for coordination and control of the robots. Communications is wireless and uses dedicated commercial radio transmitter/receiver units.
|Executive Committee||Technical Committee||Organizing Committee|
|Ersin Aytac||Joao Victor Aguiar||David Brand|
|Masahide Ito||Lucas Cavalcanti||Carla Cosenza|
|Toko Sugiura||Nicolai Ommer||Tobias Heineken|
|2021||TIGERs Mannheim||1st Place||RoboCup 2021|
|2021||ER-Force||2nd Place||RoboCup 2021|
|2021||RobôCIn||3rd Place||RoboCup 2021|
|2019||ZJUNlict||1st Place||RoboCup 2019|
|2019||ER-Force||2nd Place||RoboCup 2019|
|2019||MRL||3rd Place||RoboCup 2019|
|2018||ZJUNlict||1st Place||RoboCup 2018|
|2018||CMμs||2nd Place||RoboCup 2018|
|2018||TIGERs Mannheim||3rd Place||RoboCup 2018|
|2017||SRC||1st Place||RoboCup 2017|
|2017||ER-Force||2nd Place||RoboCup 2017|
|2017||ZJUNlict||3rd Place||RoboCup 2017|
|2016||MRL||1st Place||RoboCup 2016|
|2016||CMDragons||2nd Place||RoboCup 2016|
|2016||ZJUNlict||3rd Place||RoboCup 2016|
|2016||TIGERs Mannheim||Technical Challenge 1st Place||RoboCup 2016|
|2016||ER-Force||Technical Challenge 2nd Place||RoboCup 2016|