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Training Details

Join industry mentors for a 3-Day Live Training: Gain practical skills in configuring, deploying, and managing robot fleets with open-source software, while learning how to apply it to your real multi-robot scenarios.

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Dates:

Next Training: Oct 9 – 11, 2023

Location:

Live Online Classes + Remote Real Robot Practice

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Time

9:00 – 18:00 Central European Time (CEST)

Seats

Limited to 15 participants

What You Will Learn:

  • RMF basic structure
  • How to create a compliant RMF simulation
  • How to set up Free Fleet for autonomous mobile robots
  • How to set up basic tasks like deliver, clean, patrol, and charge
  • How to create your own custom fleet adapter to integrate API and ROS2 systems of your robot into RMF
  • How to dock in RMF
  • How to clean with RMF
  • How to create a GUI for humans to interact with RMF

Training Highlights

Excellent Learning, No Travel Needed: Achieve the Best via Remote Learning

Expert instruction from industry professionals

Hands-on Learning through Remote Connections to Real Robots.

Exercises with simulated robots, working along with the instructors

Practice in a real¬†multi-robot application ‚Äď Starbots Coffee

Practical Sessions @ Starbots Coffee Lab

Every day during this training, you’ll apply what you have learned at Starbots Coffee Lab, a real-world multi-robot system application:

Robotic arm pick & place coffee cups

Robot baristas work together to deliver coffee

Open & close doors in RMF

Starbots Coffee application website 

Who Should Attend

  • Team leads who want to build scalable robotics products, faster.
  • Engineers who¬†want to build a multi-robot system
  • People who want to be ready for new robotics technologies

Curriculum

1) Introduction to RMF
  • Understand fleet management with a tea shop example.
  • Explore the Open-RMF system structure.

2) Simple RMF Setup - Part 1
  • Basic RMF setup: Path Lanes, RMF Common Systems, Fleet Adapter, Robot State Aggregator
  • Practice: Modify fleet parameters

3) Simple RMF Setup - Part 2
  • Set up a fleet with several robots

4) Mastering Robot Fleet Management with Open-RMF
  • Learn multifleet setup and task parameter effects.
  • Robot fleet parameter effects in task assignment and planning
  • Extra theory: Shared database

5) Custom Adapter - Part 1
  • Create a custom adapter from the adapter template
  • Integrate a REST API
  • Integrate ROS2

6) Custom Adapter - Part 2
  • Create a custom adapter to use your own robots
  • Integrate a custom adapter with a ROS2 navigation-enabled robot

7) RMF Map Transforms
  • ¬†How to deal with differences in translation, rotation, and scale between the RMF map created with the traffic editor and your simulated/real environment coordinates.

  • How to use reference points in the RMF map and simulation to make those transformations.

8) Custom Tasks

Learn to create tasks, different from the standard task of navigating to a certain point.

9) Multifleet

Learn how to launch a multifleet system with a custom adapter

10) Default Tasks
  • Master default RMF tasks: Loop, Deliver, and more.
  • EXTRA: Generalised Task Reference

11) Battery Management

Effectively manage robot batteries.

12) Human Interaction with RMF

Interface with RMF for human-operated systems.

13) Interaction With Other Systems

Learn how to make RMF interact with other systems different than robots that navigate (fleet robots).

You will learn how to:

  • Create a node to make a robot arm RMF dispenser ready
  • Create a node to make an animated character RMF ingestor ready

14) Custom rmf-panel-js

In this unit, you will learn:

  • How the Open-RMF API Server is launched
  • Inside the Open-RMF API Server
  • Interacting with the Open-RMF API Server
  • Creating a Custom rmf-panel-js
  • Understanding the section-14.2-basic.html
  • Retrieving the Dashboard Config from the Open-RMF API Server
  • Showing the Valid Open-RMF Tasks on the Web Page
  • Showing all Pptions for Every Valid Open-RMF Task
  • Submitting Tasks to Open-RMF API Server
15) RMF Traffic Editor

In this unit, learn the following:

  • How to create an RMF map config file using an image map
  • How to create a simulated environment based on the RMF map config file
  • Create paths for each robot fleet
  • Add default RMF robots
  • Add your own robots
  • Add furniture
  • Start RMF

16) Doors

Learn how to operate doors using the RMF system.

17) Multilevel Environments

Learn how to operate lifts using the RMF system.

Training Agenda

October 9, 2023

RMF Basics

09:00 – 13:30 Live Class
Introduction to fleet management
Simple RMF Setup
Custom Adapter step by step

14:00 – 18:00 Work on real robot projects

October 10, 2023

ROS2 Open-RMF

09:00 – 13:30 Live Class
RMF Map Transforms
Custom Tasks
Multifleet with custom adapters
Default Tasks
Battery Management
Human Interaction with RMF

14:00 – 18:00 Work on real robot projects

October 11, 2023

Infrastructure Integration

09:00 – 13:30 Live Class

Interaction With Other Systems
Custom rmf-panel-js
RMF Traffic Editor
Doors
Multilevel Environments

14:00 – 18:00 Work on real robot projects

Certificate

Upon completing this training, The Construct grants participants a shareable certificate of completion. This training is graded as a pass or fail; participants must receive 75% to pass and obtain the training completion certificate.

Instructors

Miguel Angel

Miguel Angel

Head of Research @ The Construct | Creator of over 10 ROS AI courses | Co-author of ROS IN 5 DAYS book collection

Alberto Ezquerro

Alberto Ezquerro

Head of Education @ The Construct | Creator of over 30 ROS courses | Co-author of ROS IN 5 DAYS book collection

Ricardo Téllez

Ricardo Téllez

CEO @ The Construct | Teacher of Robotics at La Salle University and Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya

Rodrigo Gonzalez

Rodrigo Gonzalez

Robotics Engineer @ The Construct | Leader of RoBox – 24/7 Remote Real Robot Lab

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Mastering Robot Fleet Management with Open-RMF Training

Next Training:

Dates:

October 9 – 11, 2023

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Time

9:00 – 18:00 Central European Time (CEST)

Location:

Live Online Classes + Remote Real Robot Practice

Seats

Limited to 15 participants

Pricing

Regular Price: 3099‚ā¨ per person

Early Bird Price (Deadline: October 4):
2399‚ā¨ per person (-700‚ā¨)

Fee Includes:

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3 Days of Live Training Guided by Robotics Experts

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20+ Hands-on Exercises with Simulated Robots

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Hands-on experience in a multi-robot lab: Starbots Coffee

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6-month access to course content

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Lifetime Access to the Code Developed During the Training

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Continuously Updated Course Content

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Fast Support & Guidance from Instructors

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Training Completion Certificate

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FAQ

Frequently Asked

+ What is the language used in training?

English

+ What are the pre-requirements for this training?

Prerequisites Knowledge:

You require a basic knowledge of Linux, Python3 and ROS2. If you do not have this knowledge, prepare for the training using our online courses:

(*Please note that a majority of the courses are free; paid courses are not included in the tuition fee for this training).

  1. Linux for robotics (Free)
  2. Python3 for robotics (Free)
  3. ROS2 Basics in 5 Days Galactic (Python)

Equipment:

  • A laptop (you¬†can use Windows, Linux, or macOS)
  • Access to a large computer monitor, preferably two screens
  • Fast internet connection
  • Access to webcam and mouse
  • Google Chrome or Firefox browser.
  • It is not necessary to have Linux on your computer. Any operating system is valid.
+ Do I need to install ROS in advance?

No. You only need to bring your laptop and don’t need to have ROS installed. You can use Windows, Linux, or macOS.

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