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SpelBots Tie for First at RoboCup Japan Open PDF Print E-mail

On May 10 2009, Spelman College's robot soccer team, the SpelBots, competed at the RoboCup Japan Open in Osaka. Spelman was one of two teams competing in the Humanoid league, using the new Nao humanoid robots that have replaced the Sony AIBO as the RoboCup standard platform.  After five matches and a penalty kick segment against their opponent, the Fukuoka Institute of Technology, RoboCup officials declared the competition a draw.


The SpelBots team (left to right): Naquasia Jones, team co-captains Jonecia Keels and Jazmine Miller, faculty advisor Professor Andrew Williams, and Ariel Butler.  A video from the match is available.

For more information about the SpelBots' trip to Osaka, see this Spelman press release

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