BISTU Team Honored on China Section of RoboCup

By Thu, 19 Apr 2018 GMT


Beijing, 19th April, 2018 (BISTU)— World robot competition RoboCup China Section successfully completes its three-day course on 16th April in Shaoxing of Zhejiang Province. Three teams of BISTU shine in the competition with national honors, i.e., Water of School of Electromechanical Engineering beats NuBot of National University of Defense Technology in medium-size team final, Sun@Home of School of Automation wins the championship of family team, and I-KID of School of Instrumentation Science and Opto-electronics Engineering wins a bronze medal in small humanoid robot football.  

RoboCup China Section accommodates various teams of China and serves as an important practice and rehearsal for Robocup. This Section attracts 2,472 faculties and students in 555 teams from 452 universities of 25 provinces, Hong Kong, Macao, and Korea.  

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For better preparation of the RoboCup to be held in Montreal of Canada this year, Supervisor Wang Xueyan of Water team analyzes each match and each problem in the match to find improvements for the team. She points out that established Water team players are very clam and composed in the games. They have brought into full play of their technological advantages and set up very good examples for new players. China section is a good chance for Water to practice and to carry on the technology from one generation of players to the next generation of players.  

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Sun@Home competes with rivals from Nankai University, Northwestern Polytechnical University and other universities. Key technologies such as multi-interaction, target division and identification, indoor positioning and navigation, and mobile fetching are adopted by Sun@Home. The players invest a large quantity of time and energy to ensure success of the android in the game and finally beat all ivals in the final.  

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I-KID team of School of Instrumentation Science and Opto-electronics Engineering actively explores and research relating technology of humanoid footballers in structural design, image processing, robotic visual sense, two-foot robot walking design and decision making. They have greatly improved hardware and theoretical algorithm. In the game it fights against competitors from Tsinghua University, Huazhong University of Science, Southeast University, etc. and finally wins a bronze medal.