RoboCup 2017 Nagoya Japan

RoboCup is an autonomous mobile robot competition proposed by Japanese researchers in which the robots play soccer, and aims to develop and fuse robotics and artificial intelligence.

New competitions such as Rescue, which applies the skills cultivated through soccer for response in large-scale disasters like earthquakes, and Junior, which rears the next generation of technology, are currently held.
More than 3,000 competitors from approximately 40 countries around the world take part, creating heated battles in all sorts of competitions.

<So, what is RoboCup?>
The first competition was held in 1997 in Nagoya.
With the dream of having humanoid robots winning soccer's World Cup championship by 2050, RoboCup is promoting research with things like artificial intelligence and robotics, and its goal is to further the basic technologies of various fields.

Schedule: July 27 (Thu) - July 30 (Sun), 2017
Place: Nagoya International Exhibition Hall (Port Messe Nagoya), Takeda Teva Ocean Arena
Contact: The RoboCup 2017 Nagoya Japan Organizing Committee Secretariat
TEL: +81-52-870-2917
Admission Fee: Admission fee required/Admission free for high school students and younger

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