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In agreement with lucascoelho, I cite an example. If you check out this tutorial, http://www.ros.org/wiki/stage/Tutorials/IntroductiontoStageControllers. If you have a look at the roomba-wander.world file, then

pose [ -8 6 0 0 ]

is the pose [x y z alpha] that you are looking for; x = -8, y = 6, z = 0 and alpha = 0.

In agreement with lucascoelho, I cite an example. If you check out this tutorial, http://www.ros.org/wiki/stage/Tutorials/IntroductiontoStageControllers. If you and have a look at the roomba-wander.world file, then

pose [ -8 6 0 0 ]

is the pose [x y z alpha] that you are looking for; x = -8, y = 6, z = 0 and alpha = 0.

In agreement with lucascoelho, I cite an example. If you check out this tutorial, http://www.ros.org/wiki/stage/Tutorials/IntroductiontoStageControllers and have a look at the roomba-wander.world file, then

pose [ -8 6 0 0 ]

is the pose [x y z alpha] that you are looking for; x = -8, y = 6, z = 0 and alpha = 0.

One the simulation has started, you can see the realtime pose, by clicking on the robot.

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In agreement with lucascoelho, I cite an example. If you check out this tutorial, http://www.ros.org/wiki/stage/Tutorials/IntroductiontoStageControllers and have a look at the roomba-wander.world file, then

pose [ -8 6 0 0 ]

is the pose [x y z alpha] that you are looking for; x = -8, y = 6, z = 0 and alpha = 0.

One Once the simulation has started, you can see the realtime pose, by clicking on the robot.

image description