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KameRider Team Videos for RoboCup 2018

KameRider OPL Team Video for RoboCup 2018
KameRider SSPL Team Video for RoboCup 2018

Robots

First Prototype

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Front Rear Robot Arm (with Kinect) Switch Box with Emergency Button (3D Printing)

Open Robot Platform

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Standard Robot Platform

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RoboCup 2017 Nagoya @Home SSPL Open Challenge

Software

2D Navigation

2D Navigation
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Object Detection and 3D Point Cloud

Object Detection
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Videos

FollowMe Task SLAM Map Building
FollowMe Task
SLAM Map Building
Robot Arm Object Manipulation Tele-operation via Android
Robot Arm Object Manipulation
Tele-operation via Android
Voice Interaction Sound Source Localization by HARK
Voice Interaction
Sound Source Localization by HARK
[Demo] Travel to a designated location to pick up and [Demo] Travel around several locations with dynamic
bring back an object obstacle avoidance
[Demo] Travel to a designated location to pick up and bring back an object
[Demo] Travel around several locations with dynamic obstacle avoidance

Simulation

KameRider@Home Simulation

FollowMe Task

FollowMe - Overall
FollowMe - Robot View

CleanUp Task

CleanUp - Overall
CleanUp - Grasp Object

Research

KameRider team is a collaborative effort that aims to develop an open robot platform for service robotics. Started from 2013, the limited development resources and manpower team condition had urged a strong motivation to develop a more affordable yet functional solution to take part in RoboCup @Home league and service robot development. The current team objectives are as follows:

A. Utilize open source solutions for both hardware and software developments for low cost and large community support to develop an open robot platform for service robot research and development.

B. Open source the developed robot platform with support wiki, source codes on GitHub and 3D printing parts to ensure easy reproducibility, to build up a community-driven development effort.

C. Participate in RoboCup @Home challenges to benchmark the robot performance.

D. Support the educational initiative – RoboCup@Home Education http://www.robocupathomeedu.org

The technical challenge of this work is the reduction of complexity and standardization of robot system requirements, while not compromise too much of the technical challenges intended in RoboCup @Home. However, the impact of this work is believed to significantly promote the participation of RoboCup @Home league to foster service robot development.

Publications

Journals

[22] T. Inamura, J. T. C. Tan, Y. Hagiwara, K. Sugiura, T. Nagai, H. Okada, “Framework and Base Technology of RoboCup@Home Simulation toward Long-term Large Scale Human-Robot Interaction,” Intelligence and Informatics (Japan Society for Fuzzy Theory and Intelligent Informatics), Vol. 26, No. 3, pp. 698-709, 2014 (in Japanese) | PDF

Conference Proceedings

[21] J. T. C. Tan, Y. Hagiwara and T. Inamura, "Learning from Human Collaborative Experience: Robot Learning via Crowdsourcing of Human-Robot Interaction," in Proc. of The 12th Annual ACM/IEEE Int. Conf. on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI 2017), Vienna, Austria, March 2017 | PDF

[20] W. Li, P. Song, J. T. C. Tan, C. Zhu and F. Duan, "Verification the feasibility of SIGVerse for human-robot interaction simulation through following task," in Proc. of The IEEE Int. Conf. on Robotics and Biomimetics (ROBIO 2015), December 2015 | PDF

[19] J. T. C. Tan and Y. Suda, “Autonomous Cruise Control and Platooning towards Intelligent Personal Mobility Vehicles,” in Proc. of the 22nd ITS World Congress, Bordeaux, France, October 2015

[18] J. T. C. Tan, Y. Hagiwara, T. Inamura, “Crowdsourcing of Virtual Human-Robot Interaction for Robot Learning of Collaborative Actions and Communication Behaviors,” in Proc. of The IEEE Int. Conf. on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2015) Late Breaking Results Poster Session, Hamburg, Germany, October 2015

[17] J. T. C. Tan and Y. Suda, “Automatic Vehicle Following of Personal Mobility Vehicles for Autonomous Platooning,” in Proc. of the 3rd International Symposium on Future Active Safety Technology Toward zero traffic accidents (FAST-zero ‘15), September 2015 | PDF

[16] J. T. C. Tan, Y. Hagiwara and T. Inamura, "Perception and Communication in Collaborative Human-Robot Interaction," in The 33th Annual Conference of The Robotics Society of Japan, September 2015

[15] J. T. C. Tan, Y. Hagiwara, T. Inamura, “Robot Learning Framework via Crowdsourcing of Human-Robot Interaction for Collaborative Strategy Learning,” in the 24nd Int. Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN 2015) Interactive Session, Kobe, Japan, August 2015

[14] X. Wen, F. Duan, Y. Yu, J. T. C. Tan and X. Cheng, “Design of a multi-functional system based on virtual reality for stoke rehabilitation,” in Proc. of the 11th World Congress on Intelligent Control and Automation (WCICA 2014), pp. 2412-2417, June 2014

[13] J. T. C. Tan, K. Okuno and T. Inamura, "Integration of Work Operation and Embodied Multimodal Interaction in Task Modeling for Collaborative Robot Development," in Proc. of the 4th Annual IEEE Int. Conf. on Cyber Technology in Automation, Control, and Intelligent Systems (IEEE-CYBER 2014), Hong Kong, China, pp. 615-618, June 2014

[12] J. T. C. Tan, T. Inamura, Y. Hagiwara, K. Sugiura, T. Nagai and H. Okada, "A New Dimension for RoboCup @Home: Human-Robot Interaction between Virtual and Real Worlds," in Proc. of The 9th Annual ACM/IEEE Int. Conf. on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI 2014), Bielefeld, Germany, pp. 332-332, March 2014

[11] J. T. C. Tan, T. Inamura, K. Sugiura, T. Nagai and H. Okada, "Human-Robot Interaction between Virtual and Real Worlds: Motivation from RoboCup @Home," in Proc. of The 5th Int. Conf. on Social Robotics (ICSR 2013), Bristol, UK, pp. 239-248, October 2013

[10] J. T. C. Tan and T. Inamura, "Embodied and Multimodal Human-Robot Interaction between Virtual and Real Worlds," in Proc. of The 22nd Int. Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN 2013), Gyeongju, Korea, pp. 296-297, August 2013

[9] T. Inamura and J. T. C. Tan, "Development of RoboCup@Home Simulation towards Long-term Large Scale HRI," in Proc. of The 17th Annual RoboCup Int. Symposium 2013, Eindhoven, Netherlands, July 2013

[8] J. T. C. Tan and T. Inamura, "Integration of Work Sequence and Embodied Interaction for Collaborative Work Based Human-Robot Interaction," in Proc. of The 8th Annual ACM/IEEE Int. Conf. on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI 2013), Tokyo, Japan, pp. 239-240, March 2013

[7] T. Inamura and J. T. C. Tan, "Development of RoboCup @Home Simulator: Simulation platform that enables long-term large scale HRI," in Proc. of The 8th Annual ACM/IEEE Int. Conf. on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI 2013), Tokyo, Japan, pp. 145-146, March 2013

[6] J. T. C. Tan, F. Duan and T. Inamura, "Multimodal Human-Robot Interaction with Chatterbot System: Extending AIML towards Supporting Embodied Interactions," in Proc. of The IEEE Int. Conf. on Robotics and Biomimetics (ROBIO 2012), pp. 1727-1732, December 2012

[5] T. Inamura and J. T. C. Tan, "Long-term Large Scale Human-Robot Interaction Platform through Immersive VR System --Development of RoboCup @Home Simulator--," in Proc. of the IEEE/SICE International Symposium on System Integration (SII 2012), Fukuoka, Japan, pp. 242-247, December 2012

[4] T. Inamura and J. T. C. Tan, "Simulation platform that enables long-term large scale HAI --Development of RoboCup @Home Simulator--," in the International Workshop on Human-Agent Interaction (iHAI 2012), Vilamoura, Algarve, Portugal, October 2012

[3] J. T. C. Tan and T. Inamura, "SIGVerse - a Cloud Computing Architecture Simulation Platform for Social Human-Robot Interaction," in Proc. of The IEEE Int. Conf. on Robotics and Automation (ICRA 2012), Saint Paul, MN, USA, pp. 1310-1315, May 2012

[2] J. T. C. Tan and T. Inamura, "Extending Chatterbot System into Multimodal Interaction Framework with Embodied Contextual Understanding," in Proc. of The 7th Annual ACM/IEEE Int. Conf. on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI 2012), Boston, MA, USA, pp. 251-252, March 2012

[1] J. T. C. Tan and T. Inamura, "What Are Required to Simulate Interaction with Robot? SIGVerse - A Simulation Platform for Human-Robot Interaction," in Proc. of The IEEE Int. Conf. on Robotics and Biomimetics (ROBIO 2011), Phuket, Thailand, pp. 2878-2883, December 2011

Resources

Hardware

Software

RoboCup@Home

RoboCup@Home Simulation

Tutorials

Learn more from http://www.robocupathomeedu.org/

About

Team KameRider

Team KameRider is a collaborative effort with the current collaboration members as follows:

  • Team Leader: Jeffrey Too Chuan Tan (Nankai University, China; OC RoboCup@Home, RoboCup@Home Education)
  • Supervisors: Zool Hilmi bin Ismail (Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia), Yutaka Uchimura (Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan)
  • Undergraduate and postgraduate students from Nankai University (China), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (Malaysia) and Shibaura Institute of Technology (Japan)

Participations in RoboCup @Home

  • RoboCup 2017 Nagoya
    • SSPL Overall ranked 4th out of 7 qualified teams
  • RoboCup Japan Open 2017 Nagoya
    • RoboCup @Home Education [1st Place]
    • RoboCup @Home Simulation [2nd Place]
  • RoboCup 2016 Leipzig
    • Overall ranked 7th out of 23 qualified teams
  • RoboCup Japan Open 2016 Aichi
    • RoboCup @Home Education [2nd Place]
    • RoboCup @Home Simulation [1st Place]
  • RoboCup 2015 Hefei
    • Overall ranked 7th out of 17 qualified teams
    • Top 9 teams to enter Stage 2
  • RoboCup Japan Open 2015 Fukui
    • RoboCup @Home SPL Beta [1st Place]
    • RoboCup @Home Simulation [3rd Place]
  • RoboCup Japan Open 2014 Fukuoka
    • JSAI Award [Standard Platform for RoboCup @Home]
    • RoboCup @Home Simulation [2nd Place]
  • RoboCup Japan Open 2013 Tokyo
    • JSAI Award [SIGVerse for RoboCup @Home Simulation]
    • RoboCup @Home Simulation [2nd Place]

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