Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting quoted Morteza Mousa-Khan, who heads national RoboCup Committee, as saying that 1,347 teams had applied to take part of which 397 teams have been admitted including 347 Iranian and 50 foreign teams.
He said foreign participants come from Germany, the United States, the UK, India, the Netherlands, China, Turkey, the Czech Republic, Mexico, Pakistan, Portugal, Brazil, and Greece.
The official added that competitions will be held in 16 fields including domestic, flying, undersea, soccer player, rescue, simulator, virtual, and footballer robots. There will be also humanoid robots, standard platform, two-dimensional and 3-D soccer simulation, mixed reality, and demining robots.
The seventh edition of free RoboCup competitions of Iran will be held at Tehran Permanent International Fairgrounds on April 5-7.