Why doesn’t the Robot move when I send a Navigation Goal?
Live Class Link: https://youtu.be/F_zaUCAn3eY
LIVE DATE & TIME
Scheduled for November 26, 2019 @ 6pm - 7pm CET
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN CLASS #74
In this class, you will learn how to prevent common errors in navigation that prevent a robot from moving when a goal is sent.
Why is it so important to learn this topic?
A very important part of robotics is navigation, the ability of a robot to move in an environment, whether for transport, exploration, or other various uses of the robotics. It is very common to work sending goals to carry out our navigation, and using RVIZ is a very useful and powerful graphic way to do it. However, when it fails to complete the operation correctly, we get stuck trying to figure out the possible errors in navigation. Sometimes, it can be due to the configuration of some tools, or other problems with the move base, or another cause altogether.
Finding these mistakes is not an easy task, which is why we will contemplate the most common mistakes that prevent the completion of these navigation goals.
The robot that we will use is the Turtlebot.
PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS
HOW TO JOIN THE CLASS
- FREE event open for everyone, the only thing you may need to do is “set reminder” on our YouTube channel.
- We will share the full ROSject (containing robot simulation, notebook with instructions and code) with all the attendants at the beginning of the class. Remember to be on time.
- In Live Classes, you will practice with the instructor at the same time, with the provided free ROS material.
If you missed the class, you can find the ROSject files and full-code used in the class at the Robot Ignite Academy: https://www.robotigniteacademy.com