Rulebook 2018: Prospective rulebook for 2018.

Software by teams

b-it-bots (2016):Software of team b-it-bots used at RoboCup 2016 in Brazil

SwarmLab@Work (2013):Software of team Swarmlab@Work used at RoboCup 2013 in Eindhoven

WF Wolves (2013):Software of team WF Wolves used at RoboCup 2013 in Eindhoven

Other software

RefereeBox: Website of the official RoboCupWork RefereeBox at Github

CAD models: CAD models of the arena, manipulation objects, and tiles for the PPT test

Tools: Different tools to support referees and teams.


The KUKA youBot is a mobile manipulator with a 5-DOF manipulator and an omni-directional mobile platform. It is one candidate system for use in RoboCup@Work.

Related initiatives and research projects:

BRICS is a Collaborative Project funded under the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7). The prime objective of BRICS is to structure and formalize the robot development process itself and to provide tools, models, and functional libraries, which help accelerating this process significantly.
euRobotics targets two main objectives: the improvement of cooperation between industry and academia and the enhancement of public perception of (European) robotics. The project started on January 1, 2010 and is funded by the European Commission within the 7th Framework Programme.