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2015 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems

September 28 – October 03, 2015, Hamburg, Germany   
                                               


 


Tutorial    

How to Use ROS and Gazebo with the ROBOTIS OP2




Organizers: K. Daun, J. Kim, R. Jung

                                 





                                        

   
 


Date: October 02, 2015 [Friday]

Time : 14:00~18:00

Location : Room Saal A1



Announcements

09/20

In order to run ROS and the simulator on your personal notebook, please install Linux Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and ROS Indigo. Installation instructions can be found here:
https://github.com/ROBOTIS-OP/robotis_op_documentation/wiki/Installation-on--PC

Thank you.




Objectives



 


The newly released ROBOTIS OP2, successor of the DARwIn OP, is a new kid size humanoid platform

manufactured by ROBOTIS. With additional computational power it enables the robot to run more complex

code on-board in real-time, for instance in the fields of computer vision or motion planning.


To allow an easy exchange of software features and to encourage collaboration ROBOTIS is working on

the support of the Robot Operating System (ROS), which provides an integration of several popular libraries as

MoveIt, OpenCV and the physics simulator Gazebo.


The tutorial session will start with an introduction on the basics of the OP2 and ROS. Afterwards, the participants

will have the opportunity to apply the new knowledge and work on a small ROS-based project with the OP2, both

in simulation and on the real robot.


The session will conclude with presentations showing up advanced possibilities, as how to utilize complex grippers

and transferring the knowledge to alternative open source platforms.


 


Topics of Interest




  • Humanoid Robots
  • Software and Architecture
  • Animation and Simulation

     



Invited Speakers:


1. Seed Robotics

2. Generation Robots


Program

 



Time Talk
14:00         Welcome and Introduction
14:10 Introduction to ROBOTIS OP2 and the ROS Interface
15:00 Hands-on
15:30 Coffee break
16:00 Continue Hands-on
17:00 How to integrate an advanced force sensing gripper into the ROBOTIS OP2
17:30 Poppy: Open source 3D printed humanoid robot
18:00 End of Tutorial


Organizers



 

K. Daun

#1506, 145, Gasan Digital 1-ro

Geumcheon-gu, Seoul

Korea

kevin.daun@freenet.de



J. Kim

#1506, 145, Gasan Digital 1-ro

Geumcheon-gu, Seoul

Korea

jinux@robotis.com

 

R. Jung

#1506, 145, Gasan Digital 1-ro

Geumcheon-gu, Seoul

Korea

rwjung@robotis.com


Contact



K. Daun

#1506, 145, Gasan Digital 1-ro

Geumcheon-gu, Seoul

Korea

kevin.daun@freenet.de

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