Decisive Factors for the Success of the Carologistics RoboCup Team in the RoboCup Logistics League 2014

In RoboCup Symposium - Champions Track

Authors: Tim Niemueller, Sebastian Reuter, Daniel Ewert, Alexander Ferrein, Sabina Jeschke, Gerhard Lakemeyer
Type: Chapter or Pages in a Book
Publication Date: November 2014
In Book: RoboCup Symposium - Champions Track
Download: carologistics-2014-champions-tdp.pdf
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Abstract: The RoboCup Logistics League is one of the youngest application- and industry-oriented leagues. Even so, the complexity and level of difficulty has increased over the years. We describe decisive technical and organizational aspects of our hardware and software systems and (human) team structure that made our successes in 2014 possible.

Notes: The following video shows the final of the LLSF in 2014. The smaller Robotino 2 are team Carologistics, while the larger Robotino 3 are team BBUnits (TUM/DLR). The game ended 165 to 124.

The following shows the simulation of the LLSF 2014.

BibTeX
@InBook{carologistics-champions-tdp-rc2014-2014,
  title =	{{Decisive Factors for the Success of the Carologistics RoboCup Team in the RoboCup Logistics League 2014}},
  author =	{Tim Niemueller and Sebastian Reuter and Daniel Ewert and Alexander Ferrein and Sabina Jeschke and Gerhard Lakemeyer},
  address =	{João Pessoa, Brazil},
  year =	{2014},
  month =	{November},
}