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Which planner to use for a mobile robot-trailer system?

Want to clarify it is a simulation only project for now. I am building a mobile robot-trailer system for indoor environments. My setup includes a Clearpath Robotics Ridgeback robot towing a custom ...
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SBPL -can't find package

Hi, after installing all the packages connected with Dwa_local_planner, including those: ...
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ResourceNotFound: sbpl on roslaunch

From : https://github.com/sbpl/sbpl Installed SBPL at /usr/local tried : mudit@mudit:$ export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/usr/local/lib/pkgconfig:$PKG_CONFIG_PATH `Then: <...
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Confusion about navigation and navigation experimental

Hi together, I am pretty new to pathplanning and navigation in general and especially with ROS. So for now my goal is to use the SBPL_Lattice_Planner as global planner and another planner as local ...
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problem installing sbpl from source in ROS Indigo

Hi all, I am trying to install sbpl from source because I have to make some changes to the CMakeLists.txt file so that it works on my ARM Processor Single board computer (see this). While installing ...
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running sbpl_lattice_planner on Nvidia Jetson TK1

Hi all, I have a mobile robot which is navigating around a room, I already have the map of the room. I am using the navigation_stack of ROS. I am using rotary encoders for odometry. I am fusing the ...
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sbpl_lattice_planner in ROS indigo

Hi all, As far as I know, sbpl_lattice_planner has not been updated for ROS indigo. Are there any plans to update it for ROS indigo in the near future or should it be considered as deprecated? Update: ...
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sbpl_lattice_planner loading move_base plugin fails

Im trying to setup my nav config to use pose_follower as my local planner (so i can have backwards movements) and then reading around, people say NavFn doesnt work ...
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how to double the resolution of the map?

Hello, i did the SLAM Map Building with TurtleBot,got a map( width :576,height:512) and a yaml file that goes with my pgm map. Its resolution is 0.05,but the SBPL Lattice planner has a map ...
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Plugin Not Registered Error (SBPLLatticePlanner)

Hello, I managed to compile sbpl_lattice_planner under hydro. Its plugin is registered and when running rospack plugins --attrib=plugin nav_core outputs ...
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Unable to locate package ros-indigo-sbpl

hello .. I'm trying to install SBPL from pre-built binary package using this command 'sudo apt-get install ros-indigo-sbpl" but it seem there is an error "E: Unable to locate package ros-...
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ROS Navigation Stack, Changing Global Planner

Hello, How can I change the default Global Planner (Dijkstra) to A* or SBPL. The tutorial says for example: "The global planner can be used with move_base simply by setting the "...
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sbpl on Hydro compilation error

Dear all. I just compiled navigation_experimental-hydro-devel with catkin-make in ROS hydro. However, it does not compile due to changes in ...
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SBPL Lattice planner goal problem

Sometimes, when I set goal for the robot, the robot goes to the goal, but when it comes to goal, it is turning around himself (going in circle around himself). I suppose the problem is the resolution ...
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pgm resolution problem

SBPL Lattice planner has a map resolution 0.025, and I have a map with a resolution of 0.05. How can I change my map .pgm file in a resolution of 0.025? Originally posted by Ico on ROS Answers with ...
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Resolution problem at SBPL Lattice planner

I would like to try the SBPL Lattice planner on my map, but I have problems with the resolutions (scalling). My map.pmg has a resolution of 0.05, and in the SBPL Lattice planner is the resolution 0....
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Where can I change the size and form of the Robot at the SBPL Lattice Planner

Where can I change the size and form of the Robot at the SBPL Lattice Planner? I would like that the Robot looks more like a car, and not so circle-formed. Originally posted by Ico on ROS Answers ...
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how to change a map

I have a question about how to change a map...I am new to ROS and Ubuntu 12.04 so I dont know really... I am running SBPL Lattice planner and I want to compare that planner to the one i already have, ...
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sbpl_lattice_planner can't locate sbpl during execution

Hi, I am trying to get sbpl_lattice_planner working on groovy. I installed ros-groovy-sbpl package, though roscd seems not to be able to find sbpl, and downloaded sbpl_lattice_planner from navigation-...
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change sbpl_lattice_planner preference to reverse motion?

Sbpl_lattice_planner's default for navigation seems to be to move forward with minimal reverse movements. It seems to choose inefficient routes in order to move forward rather than in reverse. For ...
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How to build sbpl_arm_planner?

Hi there, I'm trying to work with python scripts which use sbpl. However I'm having a hard time building sbpl_arm_planner, it spits me a list of errors : ...
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Broken link to 'sbpl' planner package

I have been trying to install the 'sbpl_lattice_planner' package ... in ROS Fuerte. It appears to need a package called 'sbpl' appears to be broken. Attempts to get it from other sources also led ...
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How to use SBPL for Benchmarking?

Hello, I already executed some succesfull benchmark-runs with ompl planners. (ROS GROOVY) Now I want to repeat the same with the sbpl_arm planner. My SBPL-benchmark server .launch file: ...
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SBPL Non-Holonomic Motion Primitives

I am not having much luck creating motion primitives that follow non-holonomic type constraints. I keep running into the issue that I have no end poses that match to a start pose. Is there anyone ...
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SBPL Package Relocation

Hello, I was wondering where the current sbpl package is located. The link on the sbpl package for fuerte is dead (http://www.ros.org/wiki/sbpl) and the ros-gbp github repository for sbpl has nothing ...
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motion_planners stack: broken link

The motion_planners stack's page contains a broken download link. Namely the "source" link refers to a non-existent svn: https:// code.ros.org/svn/wg-ros-pkg/stacks/motion_planners/trunk. ...
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sbpl installation problem

Hi I'm trying to install the sbpl package on Ubuntu 12.04. I installed ros-groovy-sbpl with apt-get but when I run : ...
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Cartesian RRT or SBPL Motion Planning for non-PR2?

Hi all, There are some limitations with using joint-space motion planners with numeric IK solvers. Does anyone have experience using, or can suggest an effective cartesian space planner for a 7-10 DOF ...
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sbpl_lattice_planner not recognizing location of sbpl

I am trying to install sbpl_lattice_planner. I have previously installed the motion_planners stack and had a successful rosmake for the sbpl package. When I do a rosmake for sbpl_lattice_planner I ...
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Problem with sbpl package

Hi! I'm working with Ubuntu 10.04 and ROS Electric to deal with the Robotnik Summit robot. When installing the navigation_experimental stack (https://kforge.ros.org/navigation/experimental), I have ...
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sbpl_lattice_planner on Fuerte

Hi all I'm trying to compile the sbpl_lattice_planner package from the navigation_experimental Stack, i have installed all the dependencies but the compilation fails. After checking the log of the ...
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sbpl motion primitives

Hi, I'm using the sbpl_lattice planner and I have a question about how to generate my own motion primitives. My robot cannot perform foward motion arc that have a radius below 1 meter. So I'm trying ...
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Problem compiling package 3d_navigation in electric

I'm using ros-electric on Ubuntu 10.04 and I tried to install 3d_navigation package. I download the package by commands as follow: ...
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costmap2DROS warning: " still waiting on the map" at launch of sbpl navigation

Greetings, I am working on establishing path planning on Pioneer 3AT using ROS diamondback, Ubuntu 10.04. We had generated a map of floor using gmapping. We are using resultant map as static map for ...
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why are the wait motions ignored in sipp dynamic path planner

Hi, I have tested the sipp library of the sbpl_dynamic_planner. I used the EnvIntervalLat I get the following warning: WARN: wait motion in mprim file ignored And the resulting path also looks like ...
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goal time window for dynamic sbpl planner

Hello, I have a question concerning the new dynamic version of the sbpl planner http://www.ros.org/wiki/sbpl_dynamic_planner. Is it possible to give the goal a permitted time window? I want the sbpl ...
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sbpl_lattice_planner final heading error constant +45-deg

I've noticed a peculiar behavior in sbpl_lattice_planner, where ~50% of actionlib requests (/map frame) result in a final heading that is consistently offset by +45-degrees. The other 50% of the time,...
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Sampling based planning methods for 2D-Navigation

Hi ROS community! Navigation and sbpl stack (which are used for robot base navigation) have classes which implement the nav_core::global_planner interface. AFAIK they use discrete search methods like ...
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