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ROS2 Tutorials #7: How to create a ROS2 Custom Message

In this episode of ROS2 Tutorials Series, you will learn how to create a simple ROS2 custom message for Topics. We are going to use a ROS2 (Dashing) installation for this, but you don’t need to install ROS, as we will use the ROS Development Studio (ROSDS), an online platform that provides access to ROS2 and

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How to Output Odometry Data

About Learn how to output and get Odometry data, accessing the different parts of the message. You’ll learn: How to create a C++ program for subscribing and printing different parts of the Odometry message. Resources & Links Get all the ROS code of the video in this link: ROSject This video is an answer to

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How to know if robot has moved 1 meter using odometry

About Learn how to know if the robot has moved one-meter using Odometry. You’ll learn: Create a Python program for checking the distance moved by the robot using the Odometry topic and publish it into a topic. Create a Python program for testing that we can move the robot depending on the Odometry data. RELATED

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What will you learn in this post How to connect world frame to base_link of DogBot How to publish pressure sensors Markers for RVIZ List of resources used in this post The ROSject with the code used in this post. Git of DogBot simulation, in case you don’t want to use the ROSject. The question on Gazebo Answers A

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How to load a pre-built octomap into MoveIt

About Learn how to load a pre-built octomap into MoveIt!. You’ll learn: Create a Python program for loading an octomap into MoveIt Set Up MoveIt to detect this octomap RELATED ROS RESOURCES&LINKS: ROSject —▸ ROS Development Studio (ROSDS) —▸ Robot Ignite Academy –▸ Related Courses — Feedback — Did you like this

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