According to a CMU news release, CMU’s robot soccer team, the CMDragons, placed second in the RoboCup 2013 finales small-sized league. They were beaten by the ZJUNlict team from China’s Zhejiang University. In the news release, Manuela Veloso of CMU had this to say about the team’s performance:
“We came in second place, in the closest possible way to first. The team from China even asked us to go up on the stage together with them for the award ceremony. Our CMDragons team was remarkably new, with new low-level skills and tactics, dynamic planning, a great goalie and defence, new robots and the best attacker robot ever.”
For more, you can check out all the final scores for the RoboCup mis-sized league. We don’t have video of the CMDargon’s matches yet but you can check out other matches from RoboCup 2013 on Youtube include humanoid robot matches.
You can also see video of prior competitions of the CMDragon team on their website. Congratulations to ZJUNlict for their win and to the CMDragons for their close performance. We’re looking forward to next year’s match.
Video, posted 8 Jul 2013 at 20:46 UTC by Steve »
Raul Lapeira sent this video of the event: