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How to consecutively set multiple goals in OpenPlanner?

asked 2019-10-31 07:34:15 -0600

wsung1 gravatar image

updated 2019-11-02 20:54:42 -0600


I'm trying to follow the latest tutorial of OpenPlanner, In this tutorial, it is seen (00:02:04 ~ 00:02:27) that multiple goal locations are consecutively set by using 2D Nav Goal in rviz. However, I could set only one single goal location, with no such red and green circles indicating goal locations. What possibly makes this difference?

FYI, the version of OpenPlanner is different. It is backed by the fact that the version in the tutorial has much more options specifically in the compute tab than the version I'm using. The version I'm using has come with the latest Autoware (v1.12), so it should be newer than the version in the tutorial (v1.5).

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answered 2019-11-03 01:38:54 -0600

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The steps are all correct, except choosing the rviz config file, op_planner_sim.rviz doesn't visualize the goal points. if you use open_planner.rviz it contain visualization items you need.


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Thanks to your help, Hatem, the goal points are now visualized by /op_destinations_rviz [visualization_msgs/MarkerArray] in open_planner.rviz.

wsung1 gravatar image wsung1  ( 2019-11-03 05:41:29 -0600 )edit

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