ROS Software Maintainer: Clearpath Robotics
Husky is a rugged, outdoor-ready unmanned ground vehicle (UGV), suitable for research and rapid prototyping applications. Husky fully supports ROS—all of the packages are available in the Husky github org.
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These tutorials will guide you on setting up a Husky robot PC with ROS Indigo. If you are upgrading from an earlier ROS distribution, please make sure to do a thorough backup of your system.
- Backing Up Husky Configuration
Backing Up the Husky robot PC to preserve existing/factory configuration.
- Install and Configure Husky Software
Setting up the Husky robot PC from scratch using an installer image.
- Customize Husky Configuration
Adding customizations to the base Husky robot configuration.
Husky can be used in both real and simulated environments. If you are using a physical Husky, please make sure all your peripherals are plugged in, turn on the robot, and skip directly to step 2.
- Simulating Husky
How to bring up a simulated Husky robot using the Gazebo simulator.
- Interfacing with Husky
How to visualize, control, and communicate with a real or simulated Husky robot from your desktop.
A simulated Husky can run several sample demonstrations out of the box. These may require additional tuning and/or configuration prior to running on a physical Husky robot.
- Husky UR5 Mobile Manipulation Demo (Simulation)
Running a Husky UR5 with mobile manipulation capabilities.
Please click through to any of the below packages for component information.