igus open source soccer robot (with University of Bonn), first kicks…

Martin Raak | 9. November 2015

We have been involved in the development of a new open source teen size soccer robot for 2 years now (and the improvement still goes on!). The main development was done by the University of Bonn, institute AIS, Professor Sven Behnke, who also developped our open source robolink software IME (igus motion editor), igus contrubuted the […]


Vice World Champion and more

Martin Raak | 23. July 2015

After an exciting 2:1 win in the semifinal against the Nao-Team HTWK from Leipzig, we had to play the final against the current world champion UNSW Australia from Sidney. It was a really high-class game in which UNSW was the slightly better team and eventually won 3:1. In addition to the main competition, we participated […]



hjansen | 21. July 2015

After a really successful group stage, in which we became 1st in our group with four wins and a total score of 31:0, the quarterfinal against team Cerberus from Istanbul as well as – hopefully – the semifinal will be played on Tuesday.


Preliminary Round

hjansen | 20. July 2015

We are currently playing games in the preliminary round. We won our first two games against the HULKs (TU Hamburg Harburg) and the UPennalizers (University of Pennsylvania) both by 8:0. However, there are still many things that need to be improved. On Monday, we will play two more games against TJArk (Tongji University, China) und […]


RoboCup 2015 has begun

hjansen | 19. July 2015

This year, the team B-Human, supported by igus, will participate again in the robot football world championship. RoboCup 2015 starts today, July 19th, and takes place in Hefei, China. After a long journey from Germany, the last two days have been used to set up the team and to play some subcompetitions. Today, the real […]