Qualification material for

Hamburg Bit-Bots (Kid Size)

Team Hamburg Bit-Bots (Kid Size)
Contact Nils Rokita
Postal address RoboCup AG | Labor F-015 | Fachbereich Informatik | Vogt-Kölln-Straße 30 | 22527 Hamburg
Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=berUHPHxqUU
Team description paper Hamburg_Bit_Bots_Humanoid_KidSize_2016_TDP.pdf
Title: Application from Hamburg Bit-Bots for RoboCup 2016
Authors: \author{Marc Bestmann \and Juliane Bödeker \and Fabian Fiedler \and Timon Giese \and Judith Hartfill \and Marcel Hellwig \and Maxim Holand \and Jessica Jobski \and Wiebke Koll \and Amrei Mueller \and Maike Paetzel\and Martin Poppinga \and Dennis Reher \and Bente Reichardt \and Robin Riebesehl \and Nils Rokita \and Robert Schmidt \and Oliver Sengpiel \and Daniel Speck \and Lars Thoms \and Felix Wiedemann}
Abstract: This Team Description Paper describes the humanoid robot team Hamburg Bit-Bots, from its history over currently used software and hardware to the research interests and achievements in RoboCup. We currently focus our development on hardware to have robots capable of playing on artificial turf. Therefore, we enhanced our open-source plat- form Hambot and developed a second one named Minibot (cf. Chapter 4). We especially research hardware features for the robots, like different types of joints or pressure sensors for the feet (cf. Chapter 2).
Robot specifications Hamburg_Bit_Bots_Humanoid_KidSize_2016_Specs.pdf

If you encounter any technical problems, please contact dseifert@inf.fu-berlin.de

If you have questions regarding the application, please contact the Humanoid League Technical Committee