Programming Soccer Robot Behavior

Sebastian Castro introduces an example of an autonomous soccer robot match that demonstrates how MATLAB® and Simulink® can be used for system-level modeling of complex engineering systems.

First, Sebastian describes how to establish a model architecture for the entire robot soccer system. Then he shows how to build a low-fidelity simulation of a typical robot soccer match, implement the individual robot behavior and centralized game logic using Stateflow®, and finally generate standalone C code from the final algorithm designs.

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Watch the Getting Started with the Mobile Robotics Simulation Toolbox video: http://bit.ly/2X0bCJ7
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Other Resources
Download the files used in this video: http://bit.ly/2wIHbZ8
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