Introduction :

  • Team Description
  • What is RoboCup?
  • RoboCup Winners
  • Iranian Teams


    In past years, we chose Arvand name for our robots. The meaning of this word is robust and strong, properties we wish they have. Robots which participated in RoboCup 99 are Arvand 4th generation and we achieved a very high performance in comparison with first generation. This generation of robots consist of 3 main parts : Mechanics, Hardware system and Software system.

    Mechanics consist of: Drive motors, steer motors, omnidirectional castor wheel and a kicker.

    Hardware system consists of: Image Acquisition system, Main processing module, Hardware controller, Sensors and Communication system.

    Software system consists of: Real-time image processing, Decision making, Message processing and Hardware interface module.

    Our goal keeper had an special design. It had additional parts such as : two additional cameras, one additional main processor, 2 additional drive motors and a moving arm.

    Here is our team description file. You can click it to download: Whole Report in PDF Format.


    RoboCup is an international research and education initiative, attempting to foster Artificial Intelligence and Robotics research by providing a standard problem where a wide range of technologies can be integrated and examined, as well as being used for integrated project-oriented education.

    For this purpose, RoboCup chose to use the soccer game as a primary domain, and organizes every year The Robot World Cup Soccer Games and Conferences. Since 2000, the competitions include Search and Rescue robots as well.

    In order for a robot team to actually perform a soccer game, various technologies must be incorporated, including: autonomous agents design principles, multi-agent collaboration, real-time planning and control, Robotics, and sensor-fusion.

    The RoboCup Federation proposed the ultimate goal of the RoboCup Initiative to be stated as follows: "By 2050, a team of fully autonomous humanoid robot soccer players shall win a soccer game, complying with the official FIFA rules, against the winner of the most recent World Cup of Human Soccer."


    Middle Size Robot League
    1. RoboCup 1997, Nagoya
      • World Cmapion Two team ended in draw in final and in prepreliminary games.
      • Dreamteam (ISI/USC) Wei Min shen et al
      • Trakies (Osaka Univ.) Minoru asada et al
      • Characteristics: Dreamteam (ISI/USC) is full on-board system. Trakies of Osaka Univ. used reinforcement learning to fully train their behaviors.

    2. RoboCup 1998, Paris
      • World Champion CS-Freiberg, Germany
      • Runner-Up Tubingen Univ., Germany
      • 3rd Place Osaka Univ., Japan

    3. RoboCup 1999, Stockholm
      • First Place: SHARIF CE, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran
      • Second Place: AZZURRA Robot Team, RoboCup Italia.
      • Third Place: CS FREIBURG, Albert-Ludwigs-Universitat, Freiburg

    4. RoboCup 2000, Melbourne
      • World Champion: CS Freiburg, Albert-Ludwigs-Univ. Freiburg, Germany
      • The Second Place: Golem Team, An autonomous team consisting of robot enthusiasts from all over Italy, Italy
      • The Third Place: Sharif CE, Sharif University of Technology, Iran

    5. RoboCup 2001, Seattle
      • World Champion: CS Freiburg, Albert-Ludwigs-Univ. Freiburg, Germany
      • The Second Place: Trackies, Osaka University, Japan
      • The Third Place: Eigen, Keio University, Japan

    6. RoboCup 2002, Fukuoka
      • EIGEN Keio University, Japan
      • WinKIT Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan
      • Osaka Univ. Trackies2002 Osaka University, Japan

    7. RoboCup 2003, Padova
      • Fusion Kyushu University & Fukuoka University , Japan
      • WinKIT Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan
      • Persia Isfahan University of Technology, Iran

    8. RoboCup 2004, Lisbon
      • EIGEN Keio University , Japan
      • WinKIT Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan
      • CoPS-Stuttgart University of Stuttgard, Germany

    9. RoboCup 2005, Osaka
      • 1st Place: EIGEN Keio Univ, Keio University, Japan
      • 2nd Place: Fu-Fighters, Freie Universtitaet, Berlin Germany
      • 3rd Place: Philips, Philips, Netherlands


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