Qualification material for

Hamburg Bit-Bots (Kid Size (regular and drop-in))

Team Hamburg Bit-Bots (Kid Size (regular and drop-in))
Contact Nils Rokita
Postal address Department of Informatics, Universität Hamburg, | Vogt-Kölln-Straße 30, | 22527 Hamburg, Germany
Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=buPWpBkR4aU
Team description paper Hamburg_Bit_Bots_Humanoid_KidSize_regularanddrop_in_2017_TDP.pdf
Title: Application from Hamburg Bit-Bots for RoboCup 2017
Authors: Rami Aly and Marc Bestmann and Fabian Fiedler and Niklas Fiedler and Ronja Güldenring and Jasper Güldenstein and Christopher Hahn and Julius Hansen and Judith Hartfill and Nicolas Hirsch and Katja Hoffmann and Jessica Jobski and Wiebke Kroll and Maike Paetzel and Martin Poppinga and Dennis Reher and Bente Reichardt and Robin Riebesehl and Nils Rokita and Laura Schüttpelz and Oliver Sengpiel and Daniel Speck and Sebastian Stelter and Felix Wiedemann and Helge Wrede
Abstract: After the world championship in Leipzig, the Humanoid League KidSize team Hamburg Bit-Bots put the main focus into the improvement of the current robot platforms Hambot and Minibot. New versions will be available for usage during the tournament in Japan in 2017. The software is undergoing a major revision as well: The bio-inspired neural architecture for visual perception that was presented during last years RoboCup Symposium is getting integrated in the new vision framework. The code base is ported to ROS to allow for easier sharing and code re-usage among the teams and a new walking algorithm is under development that utilizes 3D-printed pressure sensors. We are looking forward to present our hardware and software improvements during the world championship in Nagoya, Japan.
Robot specifications Hamburg_Bit_Bots_Humanoid_KidSize_regularanddrop_in_2017_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