Qualification material for

WF Wolves & Hamburg Bit-Bots (Kid Size (regular+drop-in))

Team WF Wolves & Hamburg Bit-Bots (Kid Size (regular+drop-in))
Contact Tom Lorenz
Postal address F-015 Vogt-Koln-Strasse 30 22527 Hamburg Germany
Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wvkoCyO1OJ8
Team description paper WF_Wolves_Hamburg_Bit_Bots_Humanoid_KidSize_regular_drop_in_2018_TDP.pdf
Title: F Wolves & Hamburg Bit-Bots Team Description for RoboCup
Authors: Bestmann, Marc and Fiedler, Niklas and Gabel, Alexander and Gldenstein, Jasper and Hamann, Niklas and Hartfill, Judith and Heuer, Tanja and Jobski, Jessica and Lorenz, Tom and Paetzel, Maike and Poppinga, Martin and Reher, Dennis and Reichardt, Bente and Rokita, Nils and Salamanca, Ivan David Riano and Sengpiel, Oliver and Speck, Daniel and Stelter, Sebastian and Stiddien, Frank and Szczypien, Natasza
Abstract: In this team description paper the joint team WF Wolves & Hamburg Bit-Bots, their robots, and current research status are introduced. With the collaborative work for a standardized software framework for humanoid robots based on a ROS framework, a joint team should show advantages of using this framework. As a new research topic, the Bit-Bots focused on Neural Networks for bio-inspired image processing which was adopted by the WF Wolves. Additionally, the hardware and software of the robots are speci ed in detail for the robots. Hereby the joint team Bit-Bots and WF Wolves apply for participation at the RoboCup 2018 for Team Competition in Montreal, Canada.
Robot specifications WF_Wolves_Hamburg_Bit_Bots_Humanoid_KidSize_regular_drop_in_2018_Specs.pdf

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