A concise introduction to robot programming with ROS2 (Chapman and Hall/CRC)
This book explores the concepts and tools needed to bring a robot to life through programming. Francisco Martín Rico examines the skills needed to undertake projects with ROS2, the new version of ROS and describes the concepts, tools and methodologies of ROS2 from the beginning.
Author: Francisco Martin Rico
Publisher: Chapman and Hall/CRC
Date: September 2022
Category: Hardware Platforms
- Uses the two programming languages officially supported in ROS2 (mainly C++ and Python)
- ROS2 approach from three different but complementary dimensions: the community, the computational graph and the workspace
- Includes a complete simulated robot, development and testing strategies, behavior trees, and the description, setup, and use of Nav2
- A GitHub repository with code to help readers
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