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2020-02-15 21:18:02 -0600 marked best answer path planning for turtlebot using moveit planner

Can I use moveit planner as global path planner for the turtlebot navigation? More precision: ros automatically use Djiasktra for path planning when navigating a turtlebot. I want ros to use one of the planner available in moveit or OMPL for path planning. How can I do this? I use ros Kinetic

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path planning for turtlebot using moveit planner Can I use moveit planner as global path planner for the turtlebot navig

2020-02-07 04:52:03 -0600 edited question Move turtlebot to detected (static) object

Move turtlebot to detected object Using the kinect camera of my turtlebot, I can detect an object in images (I'm interes

2020-02-07 04:46:08 -0600 asked a question Move turtlebot to detected (static) object

Move turtlebot to detected object Using the kinect camera of my turtlebot, I can detect an object in images (I'm interes

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2020-01-24 04:08:25 -0600 commented answer How to run python script from launch file

working now, thanks.

2020-01-24 04:04:32 -0600 marked best answer How to run python script from launch file

I have a launch file, with following:

 <!-- Launch Gazebo -->   
 <include file="$(find turtlebot_gazebo)/launch/turtlebot_world.launch"> </include>
 <!-- Launch AMCL -->  
 <include file="$(find my_package)/launch/my_amcl.launch">    </include>
 <!-- Launch Move base -->  
 <!-- Launch Rviz -->

Inside this launch file I want to also run a python script navigate.py located in my_package/scripts. I have try <include file="$(find my_package)/scripts/navigate.py"> </include> but it doesn't works. Is there a way to do that?

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2019-12-15 04:51:19 -0600 commented answer How to run python script from launch file

this is not the same. I tried that, but didn't work. SO I've tried <node pkg="my_package" name="navigate.py" type

2019-12-14 17:24:29 -0600 commented answer How to run python script from launch file

this is not the same. I tried that, but didn't work

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2019-12-14 04:51:00 -0600 edited question How to run python script from launch file

How to run python script from launch file I have a launch file, with following: <!-- Launch Gazebo --> <i

2019-12-14 04:36:27 -0600 asked a question How to run python script from launch file

How to run python script from launch file I have a launch file, with following: <!-- Launch Gazebo --> <i

2019-12-09 11:09:33 -0600 marked best answer Using RRT* from OMPL as global planner in ROS

I want to use RRT* as global planner for my turtlebot. Should I reinvent the wheel by writing the algorithms myself from scratch (as a plugging) as suggested here: https://answers.ros.org/question/3206...

or can I use something like OMPL, if yes, how ? I read something about ompl_ros_interface, but in the documentation page it is said that ompl_ros_interface is not available for Kinetic.

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2019-12-07 05:29:57 -0600 asked a question Catch goal status in custom global planner

Catch goal status in custom global planner I wrote a global planner following this tutorial http://wiki.ros.org/navigati

2019-12-06 04:11:33 -0600 marked best answer Change turtlebot initial position in gazebo ros

When launching roslaunch turtlebot_gazebo turtlebot_world.launch, turtlebot initial position is always at the center (0,0,0). How can I change this initial position? I want for example the turtleot to be at (5,0, 0) in my map.

2019-12-04 12:29:32 -0600 commented answer Change turtlebot initial position in gazebo ros

Hi many thanks. The first soplution worked fine, but now the origin of my robot in rviz does match anymore with the orig

2019-12-04 06:48:19 -0600 edited question Change turtlebot initial position in gazebo ros

Change turtlebot initial position is gazebo ros When launching roslaunch turtlebot_gazebo turtlebot_world.launch, turt

2019-12-04 06:48:17 -0600 edited question Change turtlebot initial position in gazebo ros

Change turtlebot initial position is gazebo ros When launching roslaunch turtlebot_gazebo turtlebot_world.launch, turt

2019-12-04 06:47:55 -0600 asked a question Change turtlebot initial position in gazebo ros

Change turtlebot initial position is gazebo ros When launching roslaunch turtlebot_gazebo turtlebot_world.launch, turt

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2019-10-24 04:53:17 -0600 asked a question Using RRT* from OMPL as global planner in ROS

Using RRT* from OMPL as global planner in ROS I want to use RRT* as global planner for my turtlebot. Should I reinvent t

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2019-10-23 08:38:31 -0600 commented question How does DWA works in relation to global planner?

my questions are however general related and therefore also ROS related. I just wanted to cite the resource I'm learning

2019-10-23 08:38:15 -0600 commented question How does DWA works in relation to global planner?

my question are however general related and therefore also ros related. I just wanted to cite the resource I'm learning

2019-10-23 08:21:31 -0600 edited question How does DWA works in relation to global planner?

How does DWA works in relation to global planner? I'm trying to understand how DWA works by looking at this implementati

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2019-10-23 08:19:48 -0600 asked a question How does DWA works in relation to global planner?

How does DWA works in relation to global planner? I'm trying to understand how DWA works by looking at this implementati

2019-10-10 07:18:25 -0600 asked a question gloabal and local planner algorithms with learnable parameters

gloabal and local planner algorithms with learnable parameters Hi all, I'm looking for a global_planner as well as local

2019-10-10 03:59:32 -0600 asked a question GlobalPlanner node missing in dynparam list

GlobalPlanner node missing in dynparam list Hello, (i'm on ros kinetic) after running the default gazebo wold, the navig

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2019-09-19 04:40:11 -0600 edited question Can I properly use gazebo 8 with ros Kinetic?

Can I properly use gazebo 8 with ros Kinetic? 1) I use ros kinetic. if I remove gazebo 7 and install gazebo 8 will all f

2019-09-19 04:38:21 -0600 asked a question Can I properly use gazebo 8 with ros Kinetic?

Can I properly use gazebo 8 with ros Kinetic? 1) I use ros kinetic. if I remove gazebo 7 and install gazebo 8 will all f

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2019-09-05 06:10:45 -0600 marked best answer What global and local path planning algorithms do ros use?

What is ros default global path planning algorithm?

what is ros default local path planning algorithm?

Are other algorithm implemented in ros (such as D star, potential field) such that one can decide which one to use for either local and/or global path planning?

I assume the default global and local path panning are the one used in rViz when I do "2D Nav Goal" as well as in Gazebo when I send navigation goal request to the move_base server. Is this correct?

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