Robot Operating System (ROS): Analysis

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The Robot Operating System, better known as ROS, is a collection of libraries, tools and conventions whose main purpose is to simplify the creation and management of robust robot software for a wide variety of robot platforms, sensors, and effectors.
The project aims to analyze ROS platform, in order to provide a detailed documentation of its architecture, major functionalities and basic concepts beside illustrating some valuable study case of the framework to control a simulated robot. In particular, the study use case focus on a common robot task: the navigation; this is the reason why along with ROS platform ROS standard simulators and ROS Navigation stack will be examined too.