sexta-feira, 4 de junho de 2010 14:22
Has the simulated GPS service been implemented and fully tested yet..? And if so, are there any tutorials that explains how to use it with VPL ?
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domingo, 6 de junho de 2010 00:57Proprietário
Just to be clear, the simulated GPS is for use on robots in the simulator. It does not behave like a real GPS - it just gives you the coordinates of the robot.
One of the simulation tutorials shows you how to add a variety of sensors to a robot. One of these is the GPS.
There is also the Teleporter service that I released on CodePlex. This will tell you where an entity is without having to add anything to the simulation. You just add a Teleporter to the manifest and tell it which entity to track. You can configure it either through the manifest or a config file. The example shows both methonds.
domingo, 6 de junho de 2010 09:14
Thank you very much for the input.
I will have a look at the tutorial and the Teleporter.
Have a nice day
quinta-feira, 13 de outubro de 2011 10:53
if you are talikng about Multiple Simulated Sensors tutorial, then it does not use any GPS sensor. It invokes the Entity UI for integrating sensors with a motor base, and adding GPS using Entity UI does not add GPS rather it adds Compass sensor.
Instead I have also tried to add the GPS entity programmatically with a robot, but the GPS entity never appears in the DSSME, though it appears in the VSE (I have posted a new thread for this)