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Welcome to the ROS Q&A series again. In this post, we are going to answer and solve a question from a user on Gazebo Answers which asks how to launch a Parrot Drone simulation locally. The question can be found here. What will you learn in this post How to spawn a drone simulation in your local

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We show you how you can launch two drones (or more) in the same Gazebo simulation, each one having its own independent control system based on ROS. This procedure can be replicated to launch as many drones as required. RELATED LINKS – How to start programming drones with ROS: – Hector Quadrotor Simulation:

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    Drones market is growing more and more each year, and so does the need of improving the way we control them. One of the most important topics here is, of course, how to navigate drones. In this series of videos we are going to have a look at how to implement in ROS

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In this video answer, we walk through the basics of a Parrot AR Drone Gazebo simulation. You will learn the topics provided by the simulation and how to use a ROS program to interact, sending commands or reading sensors, with this robot. Let’s get started! Step1. Create a new project on ROS Development Studio(RDS) We’ll