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Questions tagged [mobile-robot]

A robot which is capable of moving from one place to another, usually of its own volition.

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Robot Arm with vacuum gripper

For my thesis beginning in 3 months, I am lookking for a robot arm with a vacuum gripper. I want to build an automated test station as a prototype. I am really new to robotics and wanted to ask if ...
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Design of the baseplate of mobile robot

I need to construct a Mobile robots preferably circular type of diameter 30 cm, it will be carrying a payload of 5kg. What will be optimal thickness the baseplate considering the material as aluminium?...
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Loop time for self balancing robot

I have been working on a self balancing robot and there are quite a few parameters and one of them is loop execution time (t_loop henceforth). To my understanding, the smaller t_loop, the better it is ...
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Inexpensive & minimally viable systems for testing SLAM algorithms?

I've been studying SLAM on my own for some time, I can sift through texts over texts and try my best understanding them. However, without actually implementing them myself, I think I still don't fully ...
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What is a good way to measure the perpendicular distance (from a mobile robot eg) to a laser beam?

What is a good way to measure the distance (from a mobile robot eg) to a laser beam? The purpose of course is for the mobile to track the laser beam. The mobile may go temporarily off the beam by ...
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Accuracy of hall sensor encoders on Raspberry Pi

I have 2 motors (JGA25-370) with hall-sensor encodes. They emit about 90-100 interrupts every 100ms, so 1000 a second. Which means I have an interrupt happening every 1ms. The motors are driven by ...
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What is a good way to measure the perpendicular distance to a laser beam? [duplicate]

What is a good way to measure the perpendicular distance (from a mobile robot eg) to a laser beam?
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FastSlam2.0: ICP Scan Matching vs Odometry? What is the typical time step?

When working with a FastSlam2.0 algorithm, ICP Scan Matching is supposed to give more accurate measurements than odometry. The problem is, that given some noisy measurements from the laser scanner, ...
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What are the components required to mount a servo inside an ActoboticsTM facing outwards a channel?

Being new into the ActoboticsTM set, it's not always clear to me what the parts are supposed to do. I'm currently in need of placing a servo inside a channel facing outwards, as depicted on the ...
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outdoor autonomous robot [closed]

i had search over google and found out more or less some sensor that i could use like sonar, gyroscope, accelerometer,magnetometer and gps and 2d lidar (which is less expensive, around $300) i have ...
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Building a mobile robot- Project

I’m trying to build a mobile robot that weighs close to 40 pounds and I’m trying to use a DC motor for the wheels but I don’t know what requirements the motor will need to have.
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How to Communicate with a Robot with Fast Wireless Communication…(wi-fi AC)?

I have a robot that gives 4K images from its camera and sensor data.I want to consume these information and transfer to my local computer and process the desired path the robot has to go based on the ...
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Representation of 2D coordinate space with orientation

I wanted to know what is the mathematical representation of 2D coordinate space with orientation in the same plane. 2D coordinate space is represented as $R^{2}$, how do I include orientation in the ...
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Tracking object in realtime using depth image stream from a RGBD camera

I have an Intel RealSense camera which can stream RGB and depth image. Using those information I want to track an object moving on a table top. More specifically, I want to know position $(x,y)$ and ...
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How to get starting location of robot using IMU Sensor (without using gps)

i have one robot, i have to get the initial location of that robot. then when we move the robot from that location, and when we give the command like "HOME" then it should go that initial location. ...
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Self balancing robot: PID Control Algorithm

I am working on a hobby project for self balancing robot. My robot balances quiet well, so my next step is to start moving it. I saw in some blogs that they used a cascade control algorithm as shown ...
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Turning a 2 wheeled robot 90°

i got a task for which i need to drive a certain distance and move around an object. I finally managed that my robot goes almost straight but i think its enough. But now i gotta tackle the problem how ...
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Difference between Collision Cone and Velocity Obstacle

I'm trying to understand these two classic approaches to path planning in dynamic environments/with moving obstacles. According to some review papers, there seems to be quite a difference between them,...
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Tackling loops and discontinuations in PID line follower

We are making a PID line follower using arduino for a competition. According to the rules of the competition they will have loops and discontinuations in their track. Can anyone give some idea how we ...
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Path planning of wheeled robot [duplicate]

let's say the robot Looks like this (an usual robot arm with 4 wheels) : In this case as far as I know, the idea of path planning is just to compare the actual position x with the desired position ...
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motor selection for farm rover

I'm designing a rover to use as a harvest aid on our vegetable farm. It will be GPS guided using an RTK base station to straddle our parallel fixed-width vegetable beds. (66" wide with 48" of growing ...
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how to normalize PWM if the value exceeds the maximum speed limit

I have implemented inverse kinematics for nonholonomic mobile wheeled robots, and the RPM range of the motor that I used is -50 to 50, while for PWM is from 1300 to 1700. But in certain cases, the RPM ...
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how to introduce 2 inputs into a matlab block function that processes only one variable at a time? [closed]

Using SIMULINK, I wanted to optimize 2 variables with the ant colony optimization algorithm; which is written in a matlab function block, the function is of type function y = f (x) it has only one ...
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Can I program my roomba to run essentially all day (except for charging, of course)?

I'm an artist with basically no programming background. I need to make my roombas (3 of them) move around a gallery space throughout the day and night (the gallery will be visible from street view 24 ...
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What is the front mechanism of this robot's track called?

What is the mechanism on the front of the tracks of this robot called? They are also tracks, but they are able to be moved by the operator, and they are able to function as tracks. I've only seen ...
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smooth robot 3D trajectory using graph optimization

I want to solve a trajectory smoothing problem using graph optimization. I have asked questions on how to solve this problem in a previous post and got directed towards using graph optimization. I ...
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How to calculate shortest path between multiple pick and drop destinations

I have a scenario where I have multiple robots, and they have to pick and drop some items at specified locations as shown in Figure. There are 4 jobs to be done for this particular instance. How can ...
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smoothing the robot poses inbetween two known poses

I have a set of N robot poses between point A and B. I use a global localization technique to estimate poses at point A and B. As a result, I have a new corrected pose B'. Please see the figure below. ...
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Why information filter called information filter

We all know Information Filter is a dual representation of kalman filter. The main difference between information filter and kalman filter is the way the Gaussian belief is represented. In kalman ...
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Will a change of motor driver improve motor performance?

I have this motor, from datasheet it works on the 6-12V range and has a no load current of 0.52A, and a stall current of 20A. I want to test the motor before buying an expensive motor driver. I have ...
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project to create a lighter wall [duplicate]

We are working in a project to help blind people cross the street alone .so ,Can I create a Virtual reality wall or a holographic 3d one that is visible in the Street and in all day times ?? ( morning ...
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What's the brand of this acoustic speaker whose operation range is 10-100 kHz?

In this paper A fully autonomous terrestrial bat-like acoustic robot - PLOS the robot that is being presented is equipped with an acoustic speaker that can generate 10-100 kHz sound waves. I want to ...
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Create path with minimum curvature for Ackerman drive

I'm trying to create a trajectory between two given poses for an Ackerman drive. The poses are defined as follows: Current Pose position $(x_0, y_0)$ rotation on z-axis $\theta_0$ Final Pose ...
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Can somebody explain how these forward kinematics matrix equations were formulaed?

Here's the link to the entire answer: Designing a 5 bar linkage robot: Plot Clock
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Stay both pointed forward and equal distance from side walls

Simple task, robot with total knowledge about the world or at least a few side mounted IR sensors which can accurately measure where the robot is relative to a long straight corridor. We want to BOTH:...
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2D Transformations as Affine Matrices

I have found the following exercises about 2D Transformations as Affine Matrices. I am stuck at the second exercise that goes as follows: The 2D pose of a robot w.r.t. a global coordinate frame is ...
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Kalman filter with measurements indirectly determining state

I have a question regarding a 'fundamental' understanding of the Kalman filter. So, for my application I'm trying to estimate state $x = [\theta~\dot{\theta}~\ddot{\theta}]$ of a robot based on ...
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Indoor GPS 3D for navigation

I'm looking Indoor GPS system for agriculture tasks in a greenhouse. I want to make an autonomous robot who can navigate by "GPS", I want the system to be 3D (x,y,z) and allowing the I can use robotic ...
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Alternate perspective other than probabilistic perspective to implement slam

I am bother on some line which is written is Probabilistic Robotics book by Dr.Sebestian Thrun From a probabilistic perspective, there are two main forms of the SLAM problem,which are both of equal ...
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EIF slam algorithm implementation as per Probabilistic Robotics

I want to implement EIF slam from Probabilistic Robotics Table 11.2. This is the algorithm for EIF slam. To construct $\Omega and \xi$ matrix I write down a Java code. Here is my code ...
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Position Tracking using IMU

I am working on a robot tracking application, where our main tool (a camera) for locating the x & y position of the robot is working on a quite low frequency. Therefore, I am looking for ways to ...
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Mobile robot navigation without static map

I am working on an autonomous mobile robot based on ROS. All the tutorials and examples requires a static map which need to be generated in order to do the localization and mapping. Do i need to ...
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How rational is it to use Intel Realsense for my affordable indoor autonomous robot?

Right now, I am using ESP32 for the motors and planning to add either Raspberry Pi Zero or ARM Cortex-M4 (STM32) and use ROS with Intel RealSense RGBD camera. How sensible is it? I am not expert in ...
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sampling algorithms in motion planning and local minima

I am trying to run RRT algorithm for motion planning for a quadrotor. The quadrotor ends up sometimes in corners without reaching the goal. I realized from sources online, that it is due to local ...
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Lost on SEIF Slam repeated update landmark

I am working on Sparse Extended Information Slam. I take the reference from Probabilistic Robotics, by Dr.Sebastian Thrun (Chapter 12,page 303). I have some doubt about the implementation of the ...
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Inductive Charging for Alphabot [closed]

I am looking into building a self-docking robot that can charge itself when needed. To accelerate the prototyping phase, I am considering AlphaBot2 with Raspberry Pi 3 B+ as a development platform. I ...
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SEIF slam: Effect on information matrix when there is no landmarks

I studied about Sparse Extended Information Filter slam. I want to clarify some points regarding this topic. As per the sparse extended information(SEIIF) slam when the robot sees some landmarks it ...
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EKF Slam algorithm doubt at observation update

I have some doubt on EKF Slam with known correspondence in the measurement update state. I follow the algorithm from Probabilistic Robotics by Sebastian THRUN. This Algorithm is on Chapter 10 page No:...
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SEIF ,online version of Graph slam create doubt in Motion Update state

I have a thesis work about Graph Slam The GraphSLAM Algorithm with Applications to Large-Scale Mapping of Urban Structures I try to implement it with the help of this paper but during the ...
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Object detection using ToF sensor

I am making an indoor robot and in order to detect static and dynamic objects I have decided to go with ST VL53L1X ToF proximity sensor, here is the link: https://www.st.com/en/imaging-and-photonics-...