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Only released in EOL distros:  

corobot: corobot_arm | corobot_camera | corobot_diagnostics | corobot_gazebo | corobot_gps | corobot_joystick | corobot_launch | corobot_msgs | corobot_pantilt | corobot_phidget_ik | corobot_ssc32 | corobot_state_tf | corobot_teleop | corobot_urdf | map_to_jpeg | phidget_motor | phidget_servo | phidget_stepper

Package Summary

Launch file to start the driver nodes to run the corobot hardware, but also some other useful nodes like corobot_teleop to control the robot.

corobot: corobot_arm | corobot_camera | corobot_diagnostics | corobot_gazebo | corobot_gps | corobot_joystick | corobot_launch | corobot_msgs | corobot_pantilt | corobot_phidget_ik | corobot_ssc32 | corobot_state_tf | corobot_teleop | corobot_urdf | map_to_jpeg | phidget_motor | phidget_servo | phidget_stepper

Package Summary

Launch file to start the driver nodes to run the corobot hardware, but also some other useful nodes like corobot_teleop to control the robot.

Contents

  1. How to

How to

The corobot_launch package provide several launch file to customize what you want to launch. The corobot_software.launch is the main launch file, the one you should call to launch the necessary nodes to use your robot. To do so, just do:

roslaunch corobot_launch corobot_software.launch

In the launch_included folder you will see several launch files like camera.launch or motor.launch, which you can open and customize. Several parameters are present for you to modify, some are so select the nodes that will start, other for important values necessary to make some hardware work.


2019-08-17 12:38