2007 Atlanta Newsletter #4
Less than 3 weeks to go! This newsletter contains very important information for RoboCup participants. Please read it carefully.
Topics in this newsletter:
Our next newsletter will provide details on travel from the airport to check in and registration.
There are four venues for RoboCup 2007. They are all located on or near the Georgia Tech campus. They are all walking distance from each other, but we will also have special buses running throughout the day to connect them.
Tech Campus Recreation Center (CRC) is the main robot venue. The
CRC is located next to west campus housing where senior teams have
rooms. TSRB is the main venue for simulation events and the Nanogram
Demonstration. The Georgia Tech Student Center will host Junior
Dance and Junior Rescue (Junior Soccer will be in the CRC). The
Draft schedules for the overall event, and arranged per league are available here:
Detailed maps are here:
Registration for campus housing is CLOSED. Please be advised that if you are staying on campus, your badge (credential) will indicate this. For security and safety we request that you wear your badge at all times.
If you don't have a room reservation, NOW is the time to get one. We have been advised by the Indigo Hotel that they still have rooms. We recommend Indigo because it is a quite attractive hotel at a low price, and it is located across the street from the Fox Theatre. Be sure to ask for the RoboCup rate of $105.
is now closed. Please make sure you and your team are registered
correctly. You can check your
We will keep this site up only briefly, and it is secured with a password to protect private information:
We have set
up a receiving center at Georgia Tech for the express purpose of
receiving robots and other equipment
All costs for
shipping to Georgia Tech, and then back to your university must
be handled by you. When you arrange
We accept responsibility
for your equipment when it arrives at Georgia Tech. Your crates
will be delivered to the
Detailed instructions are at the page below. Please follow the instructions carefully:
We have set
up a website for sharing photos of RoboCup 2007. We invite all participants
and spectators to post their
There are some photos now of the venues:
We will provide
standard US power outlets at paddock areas. Standard US power is
110 V AC at 60 Hz. Some leagues and
Use the following address:
Your Name /
RoboCup 07 XXXXXX League
Shipping takes two days from the supplier.
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Date Created: March 28, 2007
Last updated: February 12, 2008