Naova is the new robotic scientific club at ETS founded by Jonathan Fortin.
It has for goal to participate in robotic soccer games during the main international robotic competition: the Robocup. During the games, robot teams compete to score a maximum of goals against the opponent. The robots are entirely autonomous and need to be programmed to play as a team without exterior intervention.
Every team are composed of the same standard robots, there has to be a difference in the program dictating its comportment.
Finalist of the Montréal RoboCup (Challenge Shield) during june 15 to 22, 2018 at the Palais des Congrès!
We aim to win in Robocup, category soccer 5vs5.
With the help of its humanoid shape and its numerous embarked captors, the robot Nao has (almost) nothing to envy from Zidane.
Learn more about Nao
Playing soccer isn’t that simple for a robot. The performance being directly linked to the code dictating their comportment, the team works hard to optimize the performance of our robotic friends.
MAY 2017 - Creation of the student club Naova by Jonathan Fortin
JANUARY 24, 2018 - Qualifed to participate in the RoboCup Montréal 2018 (RoboCupSoccer - Standard Platform)
JUNE 15-22, 2018 - Participated to in the RoboCup Montréal 2018 (RoboCupSoccer - Standard Platform)
JUNE 22, 2018 - Finalist (Challenge Shield) to in the RoboCup Montréal 2018 (RoboCupSoccer - Standard Platform)
Our team works (too?) hard on the following projects.
Movement management, controls
Club's information technolgy
Deep Learning project