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Navigational Timeout When obstacle is in front

asked 2011-08-03 00:37:38 -0500

kakadinho2210 gravatar image

Hello! I just have one quick question. Let me start out with an example:

I have a turtlebot type robot that is navigating a office space. During office hours, there are a lot of people standing in the hallway. As the robot approaches the group of people standing, it ends the path planning because it says the path is blocked. The robot doesn't bother to wait for a bit until the people create a path for the robot to move in. This isn't a question of obstacle avoidance, this is a question of a navigational timeout.

How can i make it that the robot waits say, "15 seconds" before finally determining that the path is blocked?

Thanks!!!!

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answered 2011-08-11 11:39:52 -0500

tfoote gravatar image

updated 2011-08-11 11:40:23 -0500

When a plan fails the navigation stack falls back on recovery behaviors.

This would be good recovery behavior to add to the navigation stack. recovery behavior API There are several other behaviors implemented but not this one.

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answered 2012-11-22 23:49:50 -0500

Tao gravatar image

Hi there, have you solved this problems? could you please share your experience, cos I encountered a similar problem,when I used care-o-bot (cob)in simulation. I deliberately set the goal under a table via rviz, then the cob robot will navigating to the goal, until it realised the goal is blocked, COB then feedback an error say:

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