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2020-06-10 09:24:38 -0600 answered a question Turtlebot (and other objects) unintentionally moving by itself in Gazebo

I believe it's the same issue in this question: https://answers.ros.org/question/313899/banana-rotates-by-itself-in-gaz

2020-06-10 09:18:31 -0600 commented answer Banana rotates by itself in Gazebo, I don't know why.

That's a great workaround. It worked here with PAL Robotics' TIAGO.

2020-05-15 06:38:07 -0600 commented answer Move base default tolerance

I did that, and noticed that indeed the goal's quaternion was being set to (0, 0, 0, 1) in the original global_planner.

2020-05-11 08:49:20 -0600 answered a question navigate to NEAREST goal pos (if goal pos is blocked)

If you want anything more elaborate than carrot_planner, you can try emielke's global_replanner, which is a remake of gl

2020-05-07 08:33:53 -0600 answered a question When planning a trajectory, why is there never an initial in-place rotation?

If you're using base_local_planner, increasing occdist_scale parameter also helps in favoring in-place rotation before m

2020-05-05 10:12:52 -0600 commented answer Move base default tolerance

Thanks! But is this just me or now move_base won't take into consideration yaw anymore? The robot arrives at correct XY,

2020-05-04 09:29:52 -0600 commented answer How do I make the local planner rotate in place?

Indeed. I set occdist to 0.1 (from default 0.05) and the robot preferred to rotate in place longer before moving.

2020-05-04 07:57:08 -0600 commented question Turtlebot doesn't move in a straight line

Hi! I'm facing the same issue. Any luck?

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2019-11-29 09:12:28 -0600 edited question Timestamps of static transforms

static timestamp I'm trying to run RTAB-Map on my laptop connected to PAL Robotics TIAGo platform. The robot is the ROS

2019-11-29 09:12:05 -0600 asked a question Timestamps of static transforms

static timestamp I'm trying to run RTAB-Map on my laptop connected to PAL Robotics TIAGo platform. The robot is the ROS

2019-11-29 08:26:33 -0600 commented answer tf_echo can find transform but waitForTransform can't

Hi! I'm sorry, I didn't quite understand. You said tf2 was used for efficiency reasons, and that static transforms in tf

2019-11-29 08:26:23 -0600 commented answer tf_echo can find transform but waitForTransform can't

Hi! I'm sorry, I didn't quite understand. You said tf2 was used for efficiency reasons, and that static transforms in tf

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2019-11-29 08:19:11 -0600 commented answer no timestamps when publishing for fixed joints robot_state_publisher

I'm facing the same problem regarding timestamps from fixed transforms. Were you able to solve it? @chillbird