Who are we?
Who believes that a team of bipedal robots can beat the FIFA World Cup champions by 2050? The members of this student research project do! They code robots for RoboCup, an annual international tournament where the best universities in the world compete in leagues such as soccer, work, home and rescue. In 2015, the UNSW team, rUNSWift, came home as world champions.
Aside from having a blast, the project also aims to develop technologies that can be used to help humanity, from assisting mobility-challenged people around the home to finding and helping victims of a collapsed building.
Our major achievements
|2015, 2014, 2003, 2001, 2000||World champions in the annual RoboCup tournament.|
|2010, 2006, 2002, 1999||2nd place in the annual RoboCup tournament.|
|2012, 2005||3rd place in the annual RoboCup tournament.|