The robot is driven by three omni-wheels which are mounted
on the platform offset by 120░. This arrangement provides
the basic ability to perform extremely agile high-speed maneuvers.
The integral power shot mechanism enables the robot to take
part in soccer matches, shooting goals and skillfully
dribbling around opponents without requiring any separate
The Soccerbot robot can be operated without any knowledge of
computer languages. It can however provide an interesting
means of learning or improving knowledge of the programming
language C++, with the use of a comprehensive array of
sensors and actuators.
The Soccerbot robot is capable of basic movements including
forward, back, left, right and power shot without requiring
programming. In this mode all you need is any Graupner/JR 40
MHz stick transmitter with at least six functions and the
matching RB 14 receiver. Using several Soccerbot's and
transmitters, teams can play against one another.
Please note: Because the Soccerbot is operated
on 40Mhz it is NOT available in the United States.
is made in Germany by the Graupner
is the Soccerbot with some of our other robots.
is our Soccerbot on display with some friends.