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ROS2 on RaspberryPi4 - odom frame for nav2

You need to have wheel encoders velocities reported from the motors, visual odometry, lidar odometry, etc to provide the relative motion information to populate the odom frame - this is very important ...
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SLAM with IMU with no wheel odometry

I would use a GNSS/RTK receiver to have an absolute localization of the surface vehicle. With the robot_localization package an odom topic can be generated out of the GNSS position. With the addition ...
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Running ros1 packages with ros2 data

As discussed in this link: https://answers.ros.org/question/352466/converting-ros2-bag-to-ros1-bag/ it seems that you can use ternaris/rosbags to convert ROS2 bag to ROS1. You can also take a look in ...
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SLAM with IMU with no wheel odometry

I had the same issue with my own project. As explained by Marcus, I used hector slam for getting odometry data using 2d lidar in Ros Noetic. You can also use ekf robot localization package to fuse imu ...
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sensor fusion with many sensors and different update rates

I suggest to check the open source drone code PX4. You will need a fusion time horizon to solve this problem. Hope this will be helpful. https://docs.px4.io/main/en/advanced_config/tuning_the_ecl_ekf....
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SLAM with IMU with no wheel odometry

awesome project!You won't be able to use SLAM properly as stated here: https://github.com/SteveMacenski/slam_toolbox/issues/221 Another approach that could work is to use hector slam package: "if ...
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Converting a rosbag.db3 file to .pcd

It is expecting the name of the executable, not the source file cpp: Try: ros2 run pcl_ros bag_to_pcd /data/myrosbag.db3 /kiss/local_map /data/map1 You need to ...
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