Hello ROS Developers!
In today’s video we are going to see what is ROS Subscriber and how to see a list of them in a ROS Topic.
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Step2. What is ROS Subscriber?
Let’s start by visualizing the relationship between nodes with
You can see that the nodes are communicating using the topics. A node can be a publisher publishing some topic or a subscriber to some topic. A topic can even have as many subscribers as you want.
For example, if you use the following command
rostopic echo /camera/rgb/image_raw __name:=subscriber1 > /dev/null
You can add a new subscriber called subscriber1 to the /camera/rgb/image_raw topic and you can add more subscribers if you want.
Edit by: Tony Huang