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tutorials:ready-to-run-systems-simulation:start

Further Systems Ready-to-Run in Simulation

Explore and run further and more complex systems in simulation.

Basic Information

Level Beginner
Role Everybody who is interested in getting a quick overview with no effort
Prerequisites none
System Requirements Virtual Machine Image Installed, see ready-to-go virtual machine
You will learn Get a quick overview with no effort on what is already available
How you can use complex and prebuilt systems
Options - SystemWebotsRobotino3HospitalNavigation (Robotino in Hospital World)
- SystemWebotsNavMpsDockingOPCUA (Robotino with Conveyor Belt, OPC UA MPS Stations, Intralogistics World)
- SystemWebotsRobotino3Navigation (Robotino in THU Campus Environment)
- SystemWebotsP3dxNavigation (P3DX in THU Campus Environment)
- SystemWebotsTiagoNavigation (Tiago in THU Campus Environment)
- SystemWebotsLarryNavigation (Larry in THU Lab Environment)

Introduction

This tutorial points you out to various systems that are ready-to-run in simulation. You can run all of them within the virtual appliance. You can also have a look at them via videos and then you even do not need to install anything.

Running the Systems in Simulation

As explained in Deployment, right click on the project and select SmartMDSD Build Tools → Deploy. This will collect and deploy the artifacts in your virtual machine such that you can start them. After the deployment is finished, you can start the scenario as described in Starting the System.

  • Robotino in the hospital world (the hospital world is based on the famous Player/Stage hospital environment)
  • Features the flexible navigation stack, localization, task coordination, knowledge base for the world model
  • Name of the system: SystemWebotsRobotino3HospitalNavigation

  • Robotino with a conveyor belt to move around stacking boxes
  • Stations with conveyor belts to load / unload stacking boxes (communication via OPC UA)
  • Features the flexible navigation stack, localization, task coordination, knowledge base for the world model and OPC UA communication
  • Name of the system: SystemWebotsNavMpsDockingOPCUA (see the repository)

  • Larry with UR5 arm to pick small boxes
  • Features the flexible navigation stack, localization, task coordination, knowledge base for the world model, object detection and manipulator motion planning

«more to be added soon»

tutorials/ready-to-run-systems-simulation/start.txt · Last modified: 2021/07/21 17:33 by Christian Schlegel