Not really, Complubot robots have a maximum speed of 1m / s (for now) and the German team's robots TnT exceed 2m / s. The motor power is also different: 18W (Complubot) vs 150W (TnT). I think the biggest difference is the stability of the robots (fewer errors) and how to play (algorithms). Perhaps the simplicity of the Arduino platform allows young students to work on other things
I am also a Robocup Junior competitor
Are you motors 18w per motor?
TNT's robots had 3x 12w motors not 150w
how did you interface 4 arduino's ?
Fantastic, what is your team name?, Soccer A Soccer B, primary, secondary?
No, my students use 4 x 4.5W motors
I would like to learn more about your latest robots as your website:http://complubot.educa.madrid.org/inicio.php?seccion=principaldoesn't seem to have the information about your latest robot smiley-razz
QuoteI would like to learn more about your latest robots as your website:http://complubot.educa.madrid.org/inicio.php?seccion=principaldoesn't seem to have the information about your latest robot smiley-razzYou can find complete information on a simple soccer robot with Arduino here http://complubot.educa.madrid.org/proyectos/ardusoccerbot/ardusoccerbot_index.php
Have you any information about your robots on your site?
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