I am using Jaguar2015XE(Autoware). As for sensor or vehicle configuration, I don’t do anything except following items.
I better to provide steps to reproduce errors and my environment:
Environment: Ubuntu 18.04, ROS-Melodic, docker 19.03.11, nvidia-docker 2.3.0, autoware.ai 1.12.0, autoware-data latest (origin/master), lgsvl 2020.05. GTX 1070 GPU, 32 gb RAM and 8 core CPU
Steps to reproduce errors:
type nvidia-docker outputs:
nvidia-docker is /usr/bin/nvidia-docker, I don’t change run.sh file as described here.
./run.sh -t 1.12.0 in docker/generic directory
- sudo apt update && sudo apt install ros-$ROS_DISTRO-image-transport-plugins -y
roslaunch runtime_manager runtime_manager.launch in Autoware directory in container.
- [A] Qucik Start menu as is seen below. As soon as I launch my_map file, gui start flickering [B] and dialog terminal provides error [C] as follow.
Click Sensing button to start rosbridge.
Running LGSVL simulator (2020.05) and Creating a Simulation choosing
BorregasAve map and
Jaguar2015XE (Autoware). Running the created Simulation
I click on Localization and then Rviz. In Rviz, I cannot see the vehicle, can see only
tf, point and vector maps. When I click on localization, I get this by dialog box:
This is Rviz:
8. I click on Detection, And then I get this:
9. I click mission and motion. When I click on Motion, I get this:
10. Now, I align the car intuitively by
2D pose estimate
although I don’t see the car. And I specify
2D nav goal
as in the image below:
11. And finally, To follow the selected route launch these nodes: - Enable
to follow traffic rules based on the vector map. - Enable
. - Enable
to start driving.
As a result, nothing happens. Sometimes the time near the localization shows up, sometimes it does not show up. In both cases, either simulation or rviz are stable. Nothing happens.
Where can I find the related log in Ubuntu that you required?
I am using lgsvlsimulator-linux64-2020.05.zip