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Your question is too generic, but if you are asking about computational power I can tell you that it is possible to execute relatively weighty processes like slam algorithms (hector slam or gmapping) if they are properly parametric.

A rpi3 and even a rpiZero are enough to do robot navigation if it is properly parametrized too.

Your question is too generic, but if you are asking about computational power I can tell you that it is possible to execute relatively weighty processes like slam algorithms (hector slam or gmapping) if they are properly parametric.

A rpi3 and even a rpiZero are enough to do robot navigation using the ros navigation stack if it is properly parametrized too.

Your question is too generic, but if you are asking about computational power I can tell you from my experience that it is possible to execute in a Rpi2 or Rpi3 relatively weighty processes like slam algorithms (hector slam or gmapping) if they are properly parametric.

A rpi3 and even a rpiZero are enough to do robot navigation using the ros navigation stack if it is properly parametrized too.