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RoboCupRescue Robot League

The RoboCupRescue Real Robot League competition is an international evaluation conference for the RoboCupRescue Robotics and Infrastructure Project research.

The RoboCupRescue Robotics and Infrastructure Project studies future standards for robotic infrastructure built to support human welfare. Currently the NIST USAR arena has been used in several RoboCupRescue and AAAI competitions.

A team of multiple (autonomous or tele-operated) robots moves inside this test arena, divided into thee regions of increasing difficulty levels, searching for victims and building a map of the surrounding environment to be transmitted and/or brought back by the robot(s) to the human operators.

In the research group on Foundations of AI, we use real rescue as a testbed for developing and testing new techniques in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics. In particular, we work on self-localization and navigation, on cooperative sensing and multi-agent cooperation, on rationale action selection and on learning.

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18. August 2005
  • Out of 25 qualified teams, we won the 1st place in the "Best in class autonomy" competition at the RoboCup world chanpionship in Osaka, Japan


  • Out of 25 qualified teams, we won the 4th place in the mixed teleoperation / autonomous competition at the RoboCup world chanpionship in Osaka, Japan

  • 12. April 2005
  • Out of 9 qualified teams, we won the 2nd place at the GermanOpen2005 in the RoboCup Rescue Robot League!


  • 04. February 2005

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    Alexander Kleiner, 17. August 2005