A Small Size robot soccer game takes place between two teams of six robots each.

Each robot must conform to the dimensions as specified in the latest version of F180 rules:

The robots must fit within an 180mm diameter circle and must be no higher than 150mm unless they use on-board vision. The robots play soccer on a green carpeted field. This year the matches will held on the large field that is 9000 mm long by 6000mm wide with an orange golf ball. More details about the field and updated SSL-vision visit the official league’s page.  The robots come in two varieties, those with local on-board vision sensors and those with global vision.

Global vision robots, by far the most common variety, use an overhead camera and off-field PC to identify and track the robots as they move around the field. All objects on the field are tracked by a standardized vision system that processes the data provided by two cameras that are attached to a camera bar located 4m above the playing surface. The vision system - called SSL-Vision - is an open source project maintained by the league's community. Local vision robots have their sensing on the robot itself. The vision information is either processed on-board the robot or is transmitted back to the off-field PC for processing.

An off-field PC is used to communicate referee commands and, in the case of overhead vision, position information to the robots. Typically the off-field PC performs most, if not all, of the processing required to coordinate and control the robots. Communication is wireless and typically uses dedicated commercial FM transmitter/receiver units.

 

Rules

 

It is tried to use 2015 rules of the Robocup SmallSize league. The latest draft can be downloaded from:

http://robocupssl.cpe.ku.ac.th/rules:main

Following materials are needed for qualification:

1- Team Description Paper at most 8 pages. The paper should include:
- Team members and affiliation
- Scientific characteristics of the robots
- Hardware, software, mechanical and electrical properties including all methods and all changes according to the previous version of robots.

2- A web site

3- A video about 1 minute in mp4 format displaying the abilities of the robots such as:
- Kicking and shooting the ball toward the goal
- Dribbling
- Cooperation between at least two robots

All robots are checked before the competitions and if they fail to qualify they are not allowed to participate.

Short workshop may run along the league, so each team should be ready to explain the design of its robots.


 

League Committee


League Chair

Aras Adhami-Mirhosseini, University of Tehran

 

Organization Committee Members:

Mohammad Hoshyari

Javad Amiryan

 

Thechnical Committee Members:

Amin Ganjali Poudeh

Ali Salehi

 

Email to contact Committee: 

smallsize[at]iranopen[dot]ir

Schedule

Pre-registration

December 5, 2014 -January 30, 2015


Submission of Qualification Materials

December 5, 2014 -January 30, 2015


Qualification Process

January 30, 2015 -  February 10, 2015

Registration

February 10, 2015 - March 20, 2015

Teams Setup (close to public)

April 06 - 07, 2015

Competitions (open to public)

April 08 - 10, 2015

Qualified Teams

  Team Name Team Leader Affiliation Country
1 Tigers Mannheim Nicolai Ommer DHBW Mannheim Germany
2 KN2C Milad AbaeiRad K.N.Toosi University of Technology Iran
3 ER-Force Alexander Danzer Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg Germany
4 Immortals Seyed Ali Salehi Neyshabouri Tehran University, Kish International Campus Iran
5 MRL Aras Adhami-Mirhosseini Qazvin Islamic Azad University Iran
6 Omid Javad Rahmani Shahed University Iran
7 SBCE Cyrus Bardia Nadimi Beheshti University Iran
8 PARSIAN Alireza Saeidi Amirkabir University of Technology(Tehran Polytechnic) Iran
9 EMEnents Sobia Kanwal College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, NUST Pakistan
10 SSH Robin van den Berg Saxion University of Applied Sciences Netherlands

Pre-Registered Teams

  Team Name Team Leader Affiliation Country
1 Tigers Mannheim Nicolai Ommer DHBW Mannheim Germany
2 AtrinA IAUCTBSSL معین وکیلی ISLAMIC AZAD UNIVERSITY CENTRAL TEHRAN BRANCH SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING Iran
3 KN2C Milad AbaeiRad K.N.Toosi University of Technology Iran
4 ER-Force Alexander Danzer Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg Germany
5 Immortals Seyed Ali Salehi Neyshabouri Tehran University, Kish International Campus Iran
6 MRL Aras Adhami-Mirhosseini Qazvin Islamic Azad University Iran
7 Omid Javad Rahmani Shahed University Iran
8 SBCE Cyrus Bardia Nadimi Beheshti University Iran
9 PARSIAN Alireza Saeidi Amirkabir University of Technology(Tehran Polytechnic) Iran
10 EMEnents Sobia Kanwal College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, NUST Pakistan
11 SSH Robin van den Berg Saxion University of Applied Sciences Netherlands

Results

Day 1
Day 2
Day 3