A few days ago, our focus was on improving skill scripts, such as passing, shooting, and other local strategies. Starting today, we are going to simulate the real match between the blue and yellow teams. That is to say, we are testing the Normal play script and improving the individual strategies. Improving the level of defending and cooperating is the main direction recently. We will continue this simulated game for a while and try to make as much progress as possible.
We are leaving for Sydney in eight days. Everyone is actively preparing for the match. Peng is welding circuit boards on. Once, countless ZJUNlicters welded circuit boards on this table. Generations of ZJUNlicter have been here. They twist the screws one by one. They start to build the robot from screws and put the hat on it at the end. If the circuit board is the skeleton of the car and the wire is the blood vessel of the car, then the time and effort they pour into is the soul of the robot. Still on this table, there will also be countless ZJUNlicters welding circuit boards in the future. Robots will be constantly updated. But the time and effort will be remembered and honored.…
Most of the teams arrived on the day before the competition. All the teams were in a tense and busy state. At the end of the day, there was a friendly match between ZJUNlict from Zhejiang University and SRC from Shanghai Jiao Tong University.The exciting match attracted a number of people. The game ended 2-1. SRC from Shanghai Jiao Tong University won the game. During the game, the chief referee of the match trained the selected referees, making them qualified to judge the next day's competitions.
ZJUNLict attended the RoboCup China Open 2019 Small Size League against other teams from different universities in Shaoxing, Zhejiang Province, China, between April 19th and April 23rd, 2019. Arrived early to get a well-rounded preparation, our team helped set up the facilities for the tournament. All the members were divided into two groups. The hardware group checked the battery, the dribber of the robot and so on. The software group ran programs in their computers, sparing no effort to improve the code. All the attempts were made for one goal: making our robots perform excellently in every competition.