In this short post, we will show how to avoid a very common mistake most ROS beginners make: missing execute permission on the Python file. Step 1: Create a Project (ROSject) on ROSDS Head to http://rosds.online and create a project with a similar configuration as the one shown below. You can change the details as you like, but
Hello ROS developers! In this post lets’ see how to create and test a publisher in ROS2 using Python (rclpy). I break it down into “5 easy steps”, let’s see one by one: Create a Python-based package in ROS2. Create the python code for your publisher. Edit package.xml. Replace CMakeLists.txt with setup.py. Run and test your python
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On this Movelt ROS tutorial video we show you how you can plan and execute a trajectory for a previously created named pose using Python code.
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Getting started with ROS Raspberry Pi This is a quick guide on how to get your Raspberry Pi up and running to start your first steps into robotics with ROS (Kinetic). This guide is a compilation of methods described by other people so please do check out the links if you need more detailed explanations.
- Published in Real Robots with ROS
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
- Published in Robotics with ROS