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Checkout URI https://github.com/Ekumen-OS/andino.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version humble
Last Updated 2024-02-18
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Package Description

The andino_control package

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Maintainers

  • Franco Cipollone

Authors

  • Franco Cipollone

andino_control

Description

ROS 2 Control is being used for controlling the robot and to interface with ROS framework.

The following diagram describes several parts of the system that controls the robot via ROS 2 control tools.

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    A(Diff Drive Controller):::blue ---|encoder read/velocity interface| B(Hardware Interface):::green
    C(Joint State Broadcaster):::blue ---|encoder read| B(Hardware Interface)

    M(Controller Manager):::orange -..->|manages lifecycle| A
    M(Controller Manager) -..-> |manages lifecycle| C
    M(Controller Manager) -..-> |activates hw component| B

    D["/cmd_vel"] -->|subs| A
    A -->|pubs| O["/odom"]
    A -->|pubs| T["/tf"]
    C -->|pubs| J["/joint_states"]

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Hardware Interface

The hardware interface component for this robot is implemented by andino_base package. It is in charge of providing the necessary state and command interfaces to be claimed by the controllers.

Controller Manager

The Controller Manager is in charge of managing the lifecycle of the controllers, access to the hardware interfaces and offers services to the ROS-world.

The hardware interface to be activated when controller_manager node is activated is indicated via robot description passed via ROS 2 Parameter. A tag <ros2_control> is expected to be present in the robot description with the information of the hardware components to be activated as well as the state and command interfaces. See andino_control.urdf.xacro.

ROS 2 Controllers

Two controllers are being used from the available ros2_controllers: - diff_drive_controller: Controller for mobile robots with differential drive. Input for control are robot body velocity commands which are translated to wheel commands for the differential drive base. Odometry is computed from hardware feedback and published. - Used state interfaces: - left wheel velocity - right wheel velocity - left wheel position - right wheel position - Used command interfaces - left wheel velocity - right wheel velocity - joint_state_broadcaster: The broadcaster reads all state interfaces and reports them on /joint_states and /dynamic_joint_states. - Used state interfaces: - left wheel position - right wheel position

Each controller accepts ROS 2 parameters which they are provided via andino_controllers.yaml.

CHANGELOG

Changelog for package andino_control

0.1.0 (2023-10-09)

  • Sets up ros control for the andino robot
  • Contributors: Franco Cipollone

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