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Autonomous Navigation of Turtlebot Using ROS

In the previous lesson, we first understood what navigation, path planning, and control mean in robotics. Then, we launched the navigation package (amcl package) in Gazebo to localize a robot during motion. Afterward, we set an autonomous motion for a robot starting from the initial pose to the target pose using RVIZ.

navigation path planning control ros using amcl package
navigation, path planning, and control in ROS using amcl package

In this lesson in the series of lessons on ROS tutorials, we will start with navigation without RVIZ, we will write our own code and we will create the auto_nav package (autonomous navigation) for our final project.

autonomous navigation ROS
Autonomous navigation of Turtlebot in ROS

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