A robot with LiDAR, designed to learn and develop ROS projects, with a dedicated tutorial available. A good base for adding extensions (sensors, grippers etc.) thanks to many interfaces available on the rear panel.
The complete set of ROS tutorials, dedicated for ROSbot:
The new tutorials (but dedicated for ROSbot 2.0 only) will be available soon.
ROSbot is an open source, mobile robot platform containing:
- USB camera
- Laser scanner 360° RPLiDAR A2
- Solid aluminum cover
- Wi-Fi antenna
- Orientation sensor (MPU-9250)
- 4x IR distance sensors (Sharp GP2Y0A41SK0F 40-300mm)
2x left & 2x right DC motors with quadrature encoders
- Husarion CORE2-ROS controller (with ASUS Tinker Board inside)
The hardware platform is described on Hackaday.io: https://hackaday.io/project/21885-rosbot-autonomous-robot-platform
ROSbot is based on the Husarion CORE2-ROS controller, which consists of 2 boards:
- a low-level controller (Husarion CORE2) based on STM32F407ZGT6 microcontroller, with motor drivers and many interfaces available on board,
- a single board computer (ASUS Tinker Board) running with Ubuntu and ROS.
The Husarion CORE2 works with hFramework, a C++ library that works as an high-efficient abstraction layer for hardware interfaces and is based on RTOS.
The Ubuntu image for ASUS Tinker Board, with ROS pre-installed is available here:
This image is prepared for quick start with tutorials.
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