An example would be, using all the above config files, we have two action servers, one called walking_group_slow and the other walking_group_fast. By creating a new event in the google calendar of the robot called either walking_group_slow or walking_group_fast it will schedule the task and start the specific action server.
Example usage: $ rostopic echo chatter | rostopic pub bar std_msgs/String. YAML data file. Defaults to rate mode (10hz). Example usage: $ rostopic echo chatter > chatter.bagy Collect messages, then Ctrl-C $ rostopic pub -f chatter.bagy bar std_msgs/String. There are three modes that rostopic can publish in: Latching mode
Same as coordinator for baxter on pedestal: `roslaunch coordinator coord_vision_manip.launch` Optionally, test with this example client of the coordinator: `rosrun coordinator coordinator_action_client_tester` Start up map server (with starting-pen map), amcl, and move_base with 4 nav config files.
The rostopic pub command tells ROS we want to publish. If you type rostopic pub --help you'll see a couple of options. The -1 option says just publish a message once versus continuously.
Example usage: $ rostopic echo chatter | rostopic pub bar std_msgs/String. In rate mode, rostopic will publish your message at a specific rate. For example, -r 10 will publish at 10hz.
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Hi, Thank you for the tutorial! Would you mind explaining what is the difference between an array and a multiArray?When is one preferred over the other? Also, what do you think would be a good way of publishing an array of geometry_msgs::Point?
Instructions to create ROS workspace Step 1: Install ROS Hydro It really only works on Ubuntu. There are experimental ways to get it running on OSX and Windows, but Ubuntu is the only supported OS distribution.