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Navigation is one of the challenging tasks in robotics. It’s not a simple task. To reach a goal or follow a trajectory, the robot must know the environment using and localize itself through sensors and a map. But when we have a robot that has this information already, it’s possible to start navigating, defining points

Shadow's Smart Grasping Sandbox simulation

Would you like to make a robot to grasp something, but you think that is impossible to you just because you can’t buy a robot arm? I’m here to tell that you can definitely achieve this without buying a real robot. How is that possible? The Smart Grasping Sandbox built by Shadow Robotics is now

  What if you could program your ROS based robots from any type of computer? What if you could test your ROS programs on a robot simulation prior to send to the real robot? What if you could perform all those actions from a web browser without having to install or prepare anything? Welcome to the ROS

  To my surprise, I recently discovered that many robotics companies barely use a simulator to simulate their robots. During my long experience at Pal Robotics developing humanoid robots, I understood how a good simulator can make a difference, speeding up the development and maintenance processes of robot building.  In this post I would like to