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All events of the world championship of intelligent robots.
Highlights for visitors - 30 June, 2016
Here you find the supporting scientific program.
- Whole day: Preliminary round games in all disciplines // Hall 2 and Hall 4
- Whole day: RoboCup exhibition with exciting news from the robotics world // Hall 4 and Hall 2
- Whole day: noDNA workshop - Building the Brushbot game robot // Hall 2, A19
- Whole day: Outdoor exercise area with beach volleyball field, rodeo, Segway and wobble bikes // open area behind Hall 4
- 9 am to 6 pm: MI(N)Tmachen mit dem Girls'Day // Hall 2, C04
- 10 am to 4 pm: Teacher's workshop “Den weltbesten Roboter-Fußballern auf die "Füße" geschaut” (A look at the feet of the world's best robot soccer players) // CCL, Level 0, Banquet Room 2
Leipzig – Best Place for Robots and Friends!
RoboCup is the leading and most diverse competition for intelligent robots and one of the world's most important technology events in research and training.
The World Cup of robots combines a variety of interdisciplinary challenges from robotics, artificial intelligence, informatics, as well as electrical and mechanical engineering, among others.
Ever since 1997, the RoboCup Federation has been pursuing its objective of developing intelligent humanoid soccer-playing robots which by 2050 will be able to beat the current FIFA champions.
Additional application disciplines addressing diverse societal needs such as intelligent robots as assistants for rescue missions, in households and in industrial production have been added during the last few years.
More than 500 teams from 40 countries with 3,500 participants are expected to compete at the 20th RoboCup in Leipzig.
Patron of RoboCup 2016
Prof. Dr. Johanna Wanka
Federal Minister for Education and Science
Patron of RoboCup 2016
Saxony’s Minister of State for Economic Affairs, Labor and Transport
Lord Mayor of the City of Leipzig
(06/29/2016) Just now teams are preparing for the competitions and are letting their robots warm up in training runs. Starting tomorrow total of 3,500 participants from 45 countries and regions will compete at RoboCup in 17 disciplines. We have summed up for you the disciplines one last time.
(06/27/2016) From line management to robot communication: The robots’ specific requirements do not only challenge the colleagues at FAIRNET in building arenas accurately to the millimetre, especially the IT department is needed more than ever. The second part of our fact check talks about some of the outstanding milestones that were achieved during preparations for the RoboCup 2016.