In Gazebo, control Turtlebot3 with light sensors that meets the requirements below:
One cylindrical obstacle will be placed at two distinct, predefined track locations.
❖ The robot will need to circumnavigate the obstacle and converge back to the again accurately (< 10 cm away the obstacle, the closer the better without contact; hitting the obstacle will render the attempt unsuccessful).
❖ If detects a collision between the robot’s main body and the obstacle, will request a repetition of the relevant lap.
❖ The obstacle location ‘difficulty’ will increase with every successive lap; the first lap will entail the obstacle being placed in a ‘low difficulty’ position, while it shall be moved to a location of higher difficulty for the second lap.
❖ When the robot fails, it will need to restart the lap from the initial position.
❖ robot will be expected to complete the first lap, and avoid the obstacle,
within a 13-minute time period.
❖ For the second ‘lap’, the robot will be placed at a checkpoint located a few metres away from the obstacle. The aim will be to avoid the obstacle and resume line- following, within a 3-minute time period.
❖ The stopwatch timer will be stopped, when the robot is being moved to a checkpoint.
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I programmed a turtlebot3 robot model last week, that would avoid the obstacles and navigates it way through the obstacle. Having now an experience of over two years, creating simulation environment in Gazebo and perfo Plus
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