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A New Challenge in
RoboCup 2017 Nagoya
Komei Sugiura
National Institute of Information and Communications Technology,
Japan
RoboCup@Home: Benchmark tests for domestic robots
• RoboCup@Home: The largest competition for domestic robots
– One of the...
Q. As a newbie, how can I start?
A. Team description papers of top teams are informative
• Website of teams and online Tea...
New direction from next year:
RoboCup@Home Standard Platforms are selected
• Many teams need low-cost standardized platfor...
RoboCup@Home starts three competitions
1. Domestic Standard Platform Competitions (HSR)
2. Social Standard Platform Compet...
More information
RoboCup@Home topic Contents
Rulebook http://www.robocupathome.org/rules
Rulebook discussions https://gith...
RoboCup Nagoya, July 27-31, 2017
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New challenge in RoboCup 2017 Nagoya: RoboCup@Home Standard Platform

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New challenge in RoboCup 2017 Nagoya: RoboCup@Home Standard Platform

  1. 1. A New Challenge in RoboCup 2017 Nagoya Komei Sugiura National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
  2. 2. RoboCup@Home: Benchmark tests for domestic robots • RoboCup@Home: The largest competition for domestic robots – One of the major RoboCup leagues – Focuses on human-robot interaction and mobile manipulation – Robots are evaluated by 8 standardized and 3 demonstration tasks • Scientific challenges – Navigation in unknown environments (e.g. real shop), handling everyday objects, spoken dialogues in very noisy environments, … 2
  3. 3. Q. As a newbie, how can I start? A. Team description papers of top teams are informative • Website of teams and online Team Description Papers – Hardware and software information of top teams • Many software packages are published by participants (or already available as ROS packages)
  4. 4. New direction from next year: RoboCup@Home Standard Platforms are selected • Many teams need low-cost standardized platforms • Companies know NAO’s success after selected as soccer- Standard Platform (Softbank bought Aldebaran @100M USD ) Toyota HSR • Main use case = partner robot for those who need care • Lease-based Softbank Pepper • Already deployed in restaurants and shops • Very low price Both compatible with ROS
  5. 5. RoboCup@Home starts three competitions 1. Domestic Standard Platform Competitions (HSR) 2. Social Standard Platform Competitions (Pepper) 3. Open Platform Competitions – “Classic” @Home competitions 2016Fall Call for RoboCup@Home SP users (proposal submission) 2016Fall Deadline of proposals 2016/12 Call for participation in RoboCup 2017 2017/2-3 Deadline of submission materials 2017/7 RoboCup 2017 Nagoya Tentative schedule
  6. 6. More information RoboCup@Home topic Contents Rulebook http://www.robocupathome.org/rules Rulebook discussions https://github.com/RoboCupAtHome/RuleBook/issu es Standard platform https://sites.google.com/a/dis.uniroma1.it/robocup- home-sp/ RoboCup 2017 Nagoya http://www.robocup2017.org/eng/index.html Video about Nagoya https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8pGCGh69lU Evolution of competitions L. Iocchi, D. Holz, J. Ruiz-del-Solar, K. Sugiura, and T. van der Zant: "RoboCup@Home: Analysis and Results of Evolving Competitions for Domestic and Service Robots," Artificial Intelligence, 2015 Handling everyday objects J. Stuckler, D. Holz, and S. Behnke, “RoboCup@Home: Demonstrating Everyday Manipulation Skills in RoboCup@Home,” Robotics & Automation Magazine, IEEE, vol.19, no.2, pp.34–42, 2012.
  7. 7. RoboCup Nagoya, July 27-31, 2017

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