The ROS SLAM Robot is a programmable autonomous robot built on the Robot Operating System (ROS). It is controlled using a USB gamepad and the ROS Visualization (RViz) application. Equipped with a BeagleBone Black (Rev C) running Ubuntu 16.04 and ROS Kinetic, it allows for quick and easy changes to the firmware and provides the most flexible platform possible. The on-board ASUS 3-In-1 Wireless Router hosts a WLAN for wireless interfacing or can be configured as a bridge to an existing network.
The sensor array includes the YDLIDAR G4 and IG32 74 RPM gear motors with encoders. This data is paired with a 2D Simultaneous Localization And Mapping (SLAM) algorithm to produce position and orientation tracking as well as 2D mapping capabilities.
The open chassis and platform design allows for unsurpassed flexibility for your needs, research, and/or design project.
This robot is configured as listed below in the bullets. We offer options at the bottom of the page if you want to change the configuration. We can customize the robot beyond the listed option to your needs if you require something custom, Contact Us with your specifications.
The DSP Beacon can be used in both the Non-Inverse Architecture (NIA) and in the Inverse Archicture (IA).
This is a 4WD IG42 single bearing platform that is setup for outdoor navigation/positioning. A full array of sensor options including an IMU, motor encoders, and a Garmin 18x GPS that can provide position feedback with up to 3 meter accuracy.
This robot uses custom length sides and 13 inch tires with IG52 136 RPM motors. We have included everything to make it ready to run including batteries, chargers, and a controller.
This is a 2.5mm x 5.5mm right angle barrel plug with 6ft of 18 gauge wire. This will plug into our camera receivers and some of our cameras.