Simulation Framework of Autonomous Robots as ROS basis

Zoltán Krizsán, Szilveszter Kovács
2014 Proceedings of the 1st International Conference and Exhibition on Future RFID Technologies   unpublished
The Autonomous Robotics is a novel paradigm for handling Human-Robot interaction. In this area the simulation without hardware is very important. The goal of this paper is the introduction of possible software framework for general robot simulation and real-time monitoring. From architectural point of view the Autonomous Robot software system can be divided into three main parts, the physical robot platform, the behavior logic and the software framework supporting and operating the behavior
more » ... ng the behavior logic on the physical robot. Due to the flexible ROS architecture the components are interchangeable hence it is easy to create a new framework for an autonomous Robot. This paper suggests the Robot Operating System (ROS) based implementation of the software framework for Ethologically Inspired Autonomous Robots and presenting the details of components and the cooperation of them.
doi:10.17048/futurerfid.1.2014.93 fatcat:c2ac74t7ufdghaxlc4hbrxx2gy