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Control and Monitoring of a Robotic Soccer Team: The Base Station Application

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Control and Monitoring of a Robotic Soccer Team: The Base Station Application
In robotic soccer, teams of autonomous robots play soccer according to rules similar to the official FIFA rules. The game is refereed by a human and his orders are communicated to the teams using an application called “Referee Box”. No human interference is allowed during the games except for removing malfunctioning robots and re-entering robots in the game. The base station, a software application as described in this paper, has a determinant role during the development of a robotic soccer team and also during a game. This application must control the agents interpreting and sending high level instructions, like Start or Stop, and monitor information of the robots, for example the position and velocity, allowing easily to attest the feasibility of the robots behavior. This paper discusses the importance of the control and monitoring of a robotic soccer team, presenting the main challenges and the approaches that were used by the CAMBADA team in the conception of the base station a...
Nuno M. Figueiredo, António J. R. Neves, Nu
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where EPIA
Authors Nuno M. Figueiredo, António J. R. Neves, Nuno Lau, Artur Pereira, Gustavo A. Corrente
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