Using MATLAB and Simulink for Robotics
The new Robot Operating System (ROS) interface from MathWorks allows you to leverage the power of MATLAB® and Simulink® to quickly prototype, test, and verify your robotics algorithms by providing direct access to all ROS-enabled robots and simulators such as Gazebo and V-REP. The interface enables you to develop your robotics algorithms in MATLAB and Simulink, while giving you the ability to exchange messages with other nodes on ROS networks. The interface has been used by experts from automotive, defense, medical devices, and other industries, and it has also been widely adopted in classroom teaching and academic research.
In this session, you will learn how to:
- Create a ROS node inside MATLAB
- Design and test robotics algorithms on a robot simulator such as Gazebo
- Test robotics algorithms on a physical robot
- Import rosbag log files into MATLAB
- Generate a ROS node from Simulink models
Recorded: 25 Mar 2015
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