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Robot operating system (ROS) : the complete reference. (Volume 5)

Anis Koubâa (Editor)
The objective of this book is to provide the reader with a comprehensive coverage on the Robot Operating Systems (ROS), which is currently considered to be the primary development framework for robotics applications, and the latest trends and contributing systems. The content is divided into six parts. Part I presents for the first time the emerging ROS 2.0 framework, while Part II focuses on multi-robot systems, namely on SLAM and Swarn coordination. Part III provides two chapters on autonomous systems, namely self-driving cars and unmanned aerial systems. In turn, part IV addresses the contributions of simulation frameworks for ROS In Part V, two chapters explore robotic manipulators and legged robots. Finally, Part VI presents emerging topics in monocular SLAM and a chapter on fault tolerance systems for ROS Given its scope, this book will offer a valuable companion for ROS users and developers, helping them deepen their knowledge of ROS capabilities and features
eBook, English, 2021
Springer, Cham, Switzerland, 2021
1 online resource
9783030459567, 9783030459574, 9783030459581, 303045956X, 3030459578, 3030459586
Print version:
Development of an Industry 4.0 demonstrator using Sequence Planner and ROS2
ROS2 for ROS1 users
Multi-Robot SLAM framework for ROS with Efficient Information Sharing
Agile experimentation of robot swarms in large scale
Lessons learned building a self-driving car on top of ROS
Landing a UAV on a moving platform using a front facing camera
Integrating the Functional Mock-up Interface with ROS and Gazebo
An ARVA sensor simulator
ROS Implementation for Untethered Microrobot Manipulation
ClegS: A package to develop C-legged robots
Video frames selection method for 3D Reconstruction depending on ROS-based monocular SLAM
ROS Rescue: Fault Tolerance System for ROS