Complubot, won the Bergamo Soccer Cup

dcuartiellesOctober 13th, 2010

 

The Spanish Robot team Complubot, integrating kids up to 17 years old, who are controlling their 2,5kg and 1,5kg robots with distributed intelligence based in Arduino Software and Hardware, were present at the Robot Soccer competition that took place in Bergamo (IT) last weekend. Massimo and I visited the competition and had a chat with Nerea and Ivan, the Spanish team members, as well as with Eduardo, the coach. At some point we will blog more about their story, for now, just take a look at their video where they beat team after team on the way to the finals, where they won agains the German team TNT. It became an Arduino Distributed vs. BlackFin Centralized Intelligence competition.

 

One Response to “Complubot, won the Bergamo Soccer Cup

  1. reozen Says:

    Ha,ha :D!

    Defeating Blackfin DSP with Arduinos. Great work.

    This coach guy, Eduardo, is running the Robot Club in my children’s school (Alcala de Henares). He is really involved in the work. I am not surprised he is getting so good results.
    Congratulations!