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2017 Robot Soccer Competitions

February 1, 2017 - Simulator competition

  • Full state is available to the controller
  • Each game will be 2 minutes long
  • Use Gazebo simulator and soccerref at github.com
  • Ensure your ROS package is named as your team name and has a launch file named 'your-team-name.launch'
  • Zip your ROS package and email to TA before class
  • Double elimination tournament
    • In the case of a tie, we'll flip a coin

Results:

  • 1st: Truffle Shuffle
  • 2nd: Slash Dash Bang Hash
  • 3rd: Aimbot
  • 4th: Provo Space Program, Cristiauto Robaldo
  • 6th: Team Rocket, White Chocolate

February 15, 2017 - Skill Tournament.

  • Each team fields one robot.
  • Each robot will demonstrate the following skills:
    1. Spin in place.
    2. Go to center of field facing toward goal from arbitrary location and orientation.
    3. Move in a box with sides equal to 0.3 meters while facing the goal.
  • Each skill will be judged by panel of students (one from each team) on a scale of 1-5.

Results:

  • 1st: White Chocolate
  • 2nd: Team Rocket
  • 3rd: Provo Space Program
  • 4th: Truffle Shuffle
  • 5th: Cristauto Robaldo
  • 6th: Slash Dash Bang Hash
  • 7th: Aimbot

March 1, 2017 - Play Tournament.

  • Each team will demonstrate the following plays using a single robot:
    1. Score on an open goal. Ball placed arbitrarily on field.
    2. Defend goal. Ball will be shot with hockey stick or an approximation thereof.
  • Each play will be judged by panel of students (one from each team) on a scale of 1-5.

Results:

  • 1st: Cristiauto Robaldo
  • 2nd: Aimbot
  • 3rd: Slash Dash Bang Hash
  • 4th: Provo Space Program
  • 5th: Team Rocket
  • 6th: White Chocolate
  • 6th (tie): Truffle Shuffle

March 13, 2017 - Practice Competition I.

  • One robot against one robot
  • Two one-minute periods. Teams stay on same side, both halves.
  • Double-elimination tournament
    • Seedings determined from results of most recent practice competition

Results (ties broken by prior seeding):

  • 1st: Provo Space Program
  • 2nd: Aimbot
  • 3rd: Cristiauto Robaldo
  • 4th: Team Rocket
  • 5th: Slash Dash Bang Hash
  • 6th: White Chocolate
  • 7th: Truffle Shuffle

March 22, 2017 - Practice Competition II.

  • One-on-one
  • Two 60-second periods. Teams on same side, both halves.
  • Double elimination tournament

Results (ties broken by prior seeding):

  • 1st: Provo Space Program (8 total goals scored)
  • 2nd: Cristiauto Robaldo
  • 3rd: Aimbot
  • 4th: Slash Dash Bang Hash
  • 5th: Team Rocket
  • 6th: Truffle Shuffle
  • 7th: White Chocolate

March 29, 2017 - Practice Competition III.

  • Up to two robots per team
  • Two 60-second periods. Teams switch sides at halftime
  • Seeded double-elimination tournament

Results (ties broken by prior seeding):

  • 1st: Provo Space Program (4 goals)
  • 2nd: Team Rocket (1 goal)
  • 3rd: Cristiauto Robaldo (1 goal)
  • 4th: Truffle Shuffle
  • 5th: Aimbot
  • 6th: Slash Dash Bang Hash
  • 7th: White Chocolate

April 5, 2017 - Practice Competition IV.

  • Up to two robots per team
  • Two 60-second periods, teams switch sides at halftime
  • Seeded double elimination tournament

Seeding after partially completed tournament:

  • 1st: Provo Space Program
  • 2nd: Truffle Shuffle
  • 3rd: Aimbot
  • 4th: Team Rocket
  • 5th: Cristiauto Robaldo
  • 6th: Slash Dash Bang Hash
  • 7th: White Chocolate

April 12, 2017 - Practice Competition V.

  • Up to two robots per team
  • Two 60-second periods, teams switch sides at halftime
  • Seeded double elimination tournament

April 18, 2017, 1-3PM - Robot Soccer Final Competition @ ECE on Display

  • The competition will start at 1PM and conclude by 3PM.
  • The location will be in the garden court. You may set up and begin testing in the garden court in the morning on April 18th.
  • Each game will consist of two two-minute halves. Teams will switch sides after the first period.
  • The competition will be a double elimination tournament, with seeding determined by the results of the most recent practice competition.
  • When possible, ties will be decided by a sudden death overtime period. Sides of the field during the overtime period will be determined by coin toss.