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How to Output Odometry Data

In this post, you will learn how to access and output odometry data programmatically. More specifically, you will learn how to create a C++ program for subscribing to and printing different parts of the odometry message. This is useful for cases where you need to make a decision based on the robot’s current position. This

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[Gazebo Q&A] 008 - Set Velocity of a Joint in Gazebo with C++

In this video we show you how to set the velocity of a joint with a plugin in gazebo written in C++.  We show how to apply it to a two-wheel robot using a simple method and PID method. You can find the complete Gazebo Answer here. Here is the ROSject of the project, just

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[ROS Q&A] 161 - Action Status in C++ in ROS

  In this video we are going to answer a common question that is how to set the succeded in an action server in c++ in ROS. Related resources: The original question The ROSject of the project, just click and the whole project will be copied to your ROSDS workspace. Here is the code of

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In this video we are going to see how to create a simple ROS Publisher in C++. * This is a video based on the question at the ROS Answers Forum Step 1. Create a project in ROS Development Studio(ROSDS) ROSDS helps you follow our tutorial in a fast pace without dealing without setting up an

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