Package Summary

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Version 4.0.0
License MIT
Build type AMENT_CMAKE
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/LORD-MicroStrain/microstrain_inertial.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version ros2
Last Updated 2024-01-26
Dev Status DEVELOPED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Package Description

Simple examples using the microstrain_inertial_driver for MicroStrain sensors.

Additional Links

Maintainers

  • Rob Fisher
  • Melissa Gill

Authors

No additional authors.

Description

Collection of simple examples to get started using the microstrain_inertial_driver.

Table of Contents

Common Steps

For all the below examples, you should make sure you take the following steps before running them:

  1. Install the udev rules (This should only be done once and if using the ROS package index, these will be installed automatically)
  2. Connect your device.
  3. Modify the port and baudrate parameters in the .yml file for the example you are running to point to the port your device is connected to. This is especially important if using serial instead of USB.
  4. Install or build the microstrain_inertial_examples and microstrain_inertial_driver packages
  5. Source your setup.bash
    1. If building from source, run: source install/setup.bash after building
    2. If installing from the ROS package index, run: source /opt/ros/<ROS Version>/setup.bash after installing

Device Examples

This package contains some example launch files to show users a simple starting configuration when using different devices.

CV7-INS / GV7-INS

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-CV7-INS, and 3DM-GV7-INS

The CV7-INS example contains a simple example of outputting relative position data from a CV7-INS and displaying that data in rviz. This example also shows how one would input external position and velocity into the sensor.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples cv7_ins_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

CV7 / GV7

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-CV7-AR, 3DM-CV7-AHRS, 3DM-GV7-AR, and 3DM-GV7-AHRS.

The CV7 example contains a simple example of outputting orientation, angular and linear velocity from a CV7 and displaying that data in rviz.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples cv7_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

GQ7

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GQ7

The GQ7 example contains a simple example of outputting global and relative position data from a GQ7 and displaying that data in rviz. This example also assumes that the user will be using a 3DM-RTK connected to the GQ7 aux port, but can be tweaked to not require the 3DM-RTK.

To run this example

  1. Do the common steps
  2. Ensure that your GQ7 has both antennas connected. See the microstrain Antenna Installation page for more help with this.
  3. Update gnss1_antenna_offset and gnss2_antenna_offset in config/gq7/gq7.yml to your antenna offsets
  4. Run the following command:
ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples gq7_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

GX5-GNSS / CX5-GNSS

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GX5-GNSS (3DM-GX5-45), and 3DM-CX5-45 (3DM-CX5-45)

The GX5-GNSS example contains a simple example of outputting global and relative position data from a GX5-GNSS and displaying that data in rviz.

  1. Do the common steps
  2. Ensure that your GX5-GNSS has it's antenna connected. See the microstrain Antenna Installation page for more help with this.
  3. Update gnss1_antenna_offset in config/gx5_45/gx5_45.yml to your antenna offset
  4. Run the following command:
ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples gx5_45_launch.py

GX5-AHRS / CX5-AHRS

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GX5-AHRS (3DM-GX5-25), and 3DM-CX5-AHRS (3DM-CX5-25)

The GX5-AHRS example contains a simple example of outputting orientation, angular and linear velocity from a GX5-AHRS and displaying that data in rviz.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples gx5_25_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

GX5-AR / CX5-AR

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GX5-AR (3DM-GX5-15), and 3DM-CX5-AR (3DM-CX5-15)

The GX5-AR example contains a simple example of outputting orientation, angular and linear velocity from a GX5-AR and displaying that data in rviz.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples gx5_15_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

CHANGELOG

Changelog for package microstrain_inertial_examples

4.0.0 (2024-01-26)

  • ROS2 Standardize and update to work better with ROS standard tools (#295)
  • Contributors: Rob

3.2.1 (2024-01-26)

3.2.0 (2023-12-21)

3.1.0 (2023-07-25)

3.0.1 (2023-02-10)

3.0.0 (2023-01-11)

2.7.1 (2022-11-09)

2.7.0 (2022-09-23)

2.6.0 (2022-05-25)

2.5.1 (2022-02-15)

2.5.0 (2022-01-27)

2.4.0 (2022-01-05)

2.3.0 (2021-12-22)

2.2.0 (2021-12-03)

2.1.0 (2021-11-12)

2.0.6 (2021-10-22)

  • Fixes CMake build errors experienced on the build farm
  • Contributors: Rob Fisher, robbiefish

2.0.5 (2021-10-21)

  • Updates maintainers and dependencies in preparation for ROS build farm
  • Renames packages to be more consistent with ROS naming conventions
  • Contributors: Rob Fisher, robbiefish

1.1.4 (2021-07-30)

1.1.3 (2021-04-21)

  • Removed duplicate Filter LLH Pos entry in message format Preparing for release on Bloom
    • move driver package content to ros_mscl folder
    • add name argument to microstrain.launch file to specify the namespace (default: gx5)
    • update README.md
    • add basic subscriber example (C++)
  • Contributors: Nathan Miller, mgill

0.0.4 (2019-10-07)

0.0.3 (2019-08-05)

0.0.2 (2019-05-28)

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Package Dependencies

System Dependencies

No direct system dependencies.

Dependant Packages

No known dependants.

Launch files

No launch files found

Messages

No message files found.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged microstrain_inertial_examples at Robotics Stack Exchange

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 4.0.0
License MIT
Build type AMENT_CMAKE
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/LORD-MicroStrain/microstrain_inertial.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version ros2
Last Updated 2024-01-26
Dev Status DEVELOPED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Package Description

Simple examples using the microstrain_inertial_driver for MicroStrain sensors.

Additional Links

Maintainers

  • Rob Fisher
  • Melissa Gill

Authors

No additional authors.

Description

Collection of simple examples to get started using the microstrain_inertial_driver.

Table of Contents

Common Steps

For all the below examples, you should make sure you take the following steps before running them:

  1. Install the udev rules (This should only be done once and if using the ROS package index, these will be installed automatically)
  2. Connect your device.
  3. Modify the port and baudrate parameters in the .yml file for the example you are running to point to the port your device is connected to. This is especially important if using serial instead of USB.
  4. Install or build the microstrain_inertial_examples and microstrain_inertial_driver packages
  5. Source your setup.bash
    1. If building from source, run: source install/setup.bash after building
    2. If installing from the ROS package index, run: source /opt/ros/<ROS Version>/setup.bash after installing

Device Examples

This package contains some example launch files to show users a simple starting configuration when using different devices.

CV7-INS / GV7-INS

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-CV7-INS, and 3DM-GV7-INS

The CV7-INS example contains a simple example of outputting relative position data from a CV7-INS and displaying that data in rviz. This example also shows how one would input external position and velocity into the sensor.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples cv7_ins_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

CV7 / GV7

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-CV7-AR, 3DM-CV7-AHRS, 3DM-GV7-AR, and 3DM-GV7-AHRS.

The CV7 example contains a simple example of outputting orientation, angular and linear velocity from a CV7 and displaying that data in rviz.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples cv7_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

GQ7

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GQ7

The GQ7 example contains a simple example of outputting global and relative position data from a GQ7 and displaying that data in rviz. This example also assumes that the user will be using a 3DM-RTK connected to the GQ7 aux port, but can be tweaked to not require the 3DM-RTK.

To run this example

  1. Do the common steps
  2. Ensure that your GQ7 has both antennas connected. See the microstrain Antenna Installation page for more help with this.
  3. Update gnss1_antenna_offset and gnss2_antenna_offset in config/gq7/gq7.yml to your antenna offsets
  4. Run the following command:
ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples gq7_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

GX5-GNSS / CX5-GNSS

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GX5-GNSS (3DM-GX5-45), and 3DM-CX5-45 (3DM-CX5-45)

The GX5-GNSS example contains a simple example of outputting global and relative position data from a GX5-GNSS and displaying that data in rviz.

  1. Do the common steps
  2. Ensure that your GX5-GNSS has it's antenna connected. See the microstrain Antenna Installation page for more help with this.
  3. Update gnss1_antenna_offset in config/gx5_45/gx5_45.yml to your antenna offset
  4. Run the following command:
ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples gx5_45_launch.py

GX5-AHRS / CX5-AHRS

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GX5-AHRS (3DM-GX5-25), and 3DM-CX5-AHRS (3DM-CX5-25)

The GX5-AHRS example contains a simple example of outputting orientation, angular and linear velocity from a GX5-AHRS and displaying that data in rviz.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples gx5_25_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

GX5-AR / CX5-AR

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GX5-AR (3DM-GX5-15), and 3DM-CX5-AR (3DM-CX5-15)

The GX5-AR example contains a simple example of outputting orientation, angular and linear velocity from a GX5-AR and displaying that data in rviz.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples gx5_15_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

CHANGELOG

Changelog for package microstrain_inertial_examples

4.0.0 (2024-01-26)

  • ROS2 Standardize and update to work better with ROS standard tools (#295)
  • Contributors: Rob

3.2.1 (2024-01-26)

3.2.0 (2023-12-21)

3.1.0 (2023-07-25)

3.0.1 (2023-02-10)

3.0.0 (2023-01-11)

2.7.1 (2022-11-09)

2.7.0 (2022-09-23)

2.6.0 (2022-05-25)

2.5.1 (2022-02-15)

2.5.0 (2022-01-27)

2.4.0 (2022-01-05)

2.3.0 (2021-12-22)

2.2.0 (2021-12-03)

2.1.0 (2021-11-12)

2.0.6 (2021-10-22)

  • Fixes CMake build errors experienced on the build farm
  • Contributors: Rob Fisher, robbiefish

2.0.5 (2021-10-21)

  • Updates maintainers and dependencies in preparation for ROS build farm
  • Renames packages to be more consistent with ROS naming conventions
  • Contributors: Rob Fisher, robbiefish

1.1.4 (2021-07-30)

1.1.3 (2021-04-21)

  • Removed duplicate Filter LLH Pos entry in message format Preparing for release on Bloom
    • move driver package content to ros_mscl folder
    • add name argument to microstrain.launch file to specify the namespace (default: gx5)
    • update README.md
    • add basic subscriber example (C++)
  • Contributors: Nathan Miller, mgill

0.0.4 (2019-10-07)

0.0.3 (2019-08-05)

0.0.2 (2019-05-28)

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Package Dependencies

System Dependencies

No direct system dependencies.

Dependant Packages

No known dependants.

Launch files

No launch files found

Messages

No message files found.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged microstrain_inertial_examples at Robotics Stack Exchange

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 4.0.0
License MIT
Build type AMENT_CMAKE
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/LORD-MicroStrain/microstrain_inertial.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version ros2
Last Updated 2024-01-26
Dev Status DEVELOPED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Package Description

Simple examples using the microstrain_inertial_driver for MicroStrain sensors.

Additional Links

Maintainers

  • Rob Fisher
  • Melissa Gill

Authors

No additional authors.

Description

Collection of simple examples to get started using the microstrain_inertial_driver.

Table of Contents

Common Steps

For all the below examples, you should make sure you take the following steps before running them:

  1. Install the udev rules (This should only be done once and if using the ROS package index, these will be installed automatically)
  2. Connect your device.
  3. Modify the port and baudrate parameters in the .yml file for the example you are running to point to the port your device is connected to. This is especially important if using serial instead of USB.
  4. Install or build the microstrain_inertial_examples and microstrain_inertial_driver packages
  5. Source your setup.bash
    1. If building from source, run: source install/setup.bash after building
    2. If installing from the ROS package index, run: source /opt/ros/<ROS Version>/setup.bash after installing

Device Examples

This package contains some example launch files to show users a simple starting configuration when using different devices.

CV7-INS / GV7-INS

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-CV7-INS, and 3DM-GV7-INS

The CV7-INS example contains a simple example of outputting relative position data from a CV7-INS and displaying that data in rviz. This example also shows how one would input external position and velocity into the sensor.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples cv7_ins_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

CV7 / GV7

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-CV7-AR, 3DM-CV7-AHRS, 3DM-GV7-AR, and 3DM-GV7-AHRS.

The CV7 example contains a simple example of outputting orientation, angular and linear velocity from a CV7 and displaying that data in rviz.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples cv7_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

GQ7

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GQ7

The GQ7 example contains a simple example of outputting global and relative position data from a GQ7 and displaying that data in rviz. This example also assumes that the user will be using a 3DM-RTK connected to the GQ7 aux port, but can be tweaked to not require the 3DM-RTK.

To run this example

  1. Do the common steps
  2. Ensure that your GQ7 has both antennas connected. See the microstrain Antenna Installation page for more help with this.
  3. Update gnss1_antenna_offset and gnss2_antenna_offset in config/gq7/gq7.yml to your antenna offsets
  4. Run the following command:
ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples gq7_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

GX5-GNSS / CX5-GNSS

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GX5-GNSS (3DM-GX5-45), and 3DM-CX5-45 (3DM-CX5-45)

The GX5-GNSS example contains a simple example of outputting global and relative position data from a GX5-GNSS and displaying that data in rviz.

  1. Do the common steps
  2. Ensure that your GX5-GNSS has it's antenna connected. See the microstrain Antenna Installation page for more help with this.
  3. Update gnss1_antenna_offset in config/gx5_45/gx5_45.yml to your antenna offset
  4. Run the following command:
ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples gx5_45_launch.py

GX5-AHRS / CX5-AHRS

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GX5-AHRS (3DM-GX5-25), and 3DM-CX5-AHRS (3DM-CX5-25)

The GX5-AHRS example contains a simple example of outputting orientation, angular and linear velocity from a GX5-AHRS and displaying that data in rviz.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples gx5_25_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

GX5-AR / CX5-AR

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GX5-AR (3DM-GX5-15), and 3DM-CX5-AR (3DM-CX5-15)

The GX5-AR example contains a simple example of outputting orientation, angular and linear velocity from a GX5-AR and displaying that data in rviz.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples gx5_15_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

CHANGELOG

Changelog for package microstrain_inertial_examples

4.0.0 (2024-01-26)

  • ROS2 Standardize and update to work better with ROS standard tools (#295)
  • Contributors: Rob

3.2.1 (2024-01-26)

3.2.0 (2023-12-21)

3.1.0 (2023-07-25)

3.0.1 (2023-02-10)

3.0.0 (2023-01-11)

2.7.1 (2022-11-09)

2.7.0 (2022-09-23)

2.6.0 (2022-05-25)

2.5.1 (2022-02-15)

2.5.0 (2022-01-27)

2.4.0 (2022-01-05)

2.3.0 (2021-12-22)

2.2.0 (2021-12-03)

2.1.0 (2021-11-12)

2.0.6 (2021-10-22)

  • Fixes CMake build errors experienced on the build farm
  • Contributors: Rob Fisher, robbiefish

2.0.5 (2021-10-21)

  • Updates maintainers and dependencies in preparation for ROS build farm
  • Renames packages to be more consistent with ROS naming conventions
  • Contributors: Rob Fisher, robbiefish

1.1.4 (2021-07-30)

1.1.3 (2021-04-21)

  • Removed duplicate Filter LLH Pos entry in message format Preparing for release on Bloom
    • move driver package content to ros_mscl folder
    • add name argument to microstrain.launch file to specify the namespace (default: gx5)
    • update README.md
    • add basic subscriber example (C++)
  • Contributors: Nathan Miller, mgill

0.0.4 (2019-10-07)

0.0.3 (2019-08-05)

0.0.2 (2019-05-28)

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Package Dependencies

System Dependencies

No direct system dependencies.

Dependant Packages

No known dependants.

Launch files

No launch files found

Messages

No message files found.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged microstrain_inertial_examples at Robotics Stack Exchange

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 4.0.0
License MIT
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/LORD-MicroStrain/microstrain_inertial.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version ros
Last Updated 2024-01-26
Dev Status DEVELOPED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Package Description

Simple examples using the microstrain_inertial_driver for MicroStrain sensors.

Additional Links

Maintainers

  • Rob Fisher
  • Melissa Gill

Authors

No additional authors.

Description

Collection of simple examples to get started using the microstrain_inertial_driver.

Table of Contents

Common Steps

For all the below examples, you should make sure you take the following steps before running them:

  1. Install the udev rules (This should only be done once and if using the ROS package index, these will be installed automatically)
  2. Connect your device.
  3. Modify the port and baudrate parameters in the .yml file for the example you are running to point to the port your device is connected to. This is especially important if using serial instead of USB.
  4. Install or build the microstrain_inertial_examples and microstrain_inertial_driver packages
  5. Source your setup.bash
    1. If building from source, run: source install/setup.bash after building
    2. If installing from the ROS package index, run: source /opt/ros/<ROS Version>/setup.bash after installing

Device Examples

This package contains some example launch files to show users a simple starting configuration when using different devices.

CV7-INS / GV7-INS

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-CV7-INS, and 3DM-GV7-INS

The CV7-INS example contains a simple example of outputting relative position data from a CV7-INS and displaying that data in rviz. This example also shows how one would input external position and velocity into the sensor.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

roslaunch microstrain_inertial_examples cv7_ins.launch

This example contains the following files:

CV7 / GV7

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-CV7-AR, 3DM-CV7-AHRS, 3DM-GV7-AR, and 3DM-GV7-AHRS.

The CV7 example contains a simple example of outputting orientation, angular and linear velocity from a CV7 and displaying that data in rviz.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

roslaunch microstrain_inertial_examples cv7.launch

This example contains the following files:

GQ7

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GQ7

The GQ7 example contains a simple example of outputting global and relative position data from a GQ7 and displaying that data in rviz. This example also assumes that the user will be using a 3DM-RTK connected to the GQ7 aux port, but can be tweaked to not require the 3DM-RTK.

To run this example

  1. Do the common steps
  2. Ensure that your GQ7 has both antennas connected. See the microstrain Antenna Installation page for more help with this.
  3. Update gnss1_antenna_offset and gnss2_antenna_offset in config/gq7/gq7.yml to your antenna offsets
  4. Run the following command:
roslaunch microstrain_inertial_examples gq7.launch

This example contains the following files:

GX5-GNSS / CX5-GNSS

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GX5-GNSS (3DM-GX5-45), and 3DM-CX5-45 (3DM-CX5-45)

The GX5-GNSS example contains a simple example of outputting global and relative position data from a GX5-GNSS and displaying that data in rviz.

  1. Do the common steps
  2. Ensure that your GX5-GNSS has it's antenna connected. See the microstrain Antenna Installation page for more help with this.
  3. Update gnss1_antenna_offset in config/gx5_45/gx5_45.yml to your antenna offset
  4. Run the following command:
roslaunch microstrain_inertial_examples gx5_45.launch

GX5-AHRS / CX5-AHRS

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GX5-AHRS (3DM-GX5-25), and 3DM-CX5-AHRS (3DM-CX5-25)

The GX5-AHRS example contains a simple example of outputting orientation, angular and linear velocity from a GX5-AHRS and displaying that data in rviz.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

roslaunch microstrain_inertial_examples gx5_25.launch

This example contains the following files:

GX5-AR / CX5-AR

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GX5-AR (3DM-GX5-15), and 3DM-CX5-AR (3DM-CX5-15)

The GX5-AR example contains a simple example of outputting orientation, angular and linear velocity from a GX5-AR and displaying that data in rviz.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

roslaunch microstrain_inertial_examples gx5_15.launch

This example contains the following files:

CHANGELOG

Changelog for package microstrain_inertial_examples

4.0.0 (2024-01-26)

  • ROS Standardize and update to work better with ROS standard tools (#294)
  • Contributors: Rob

3.2.1 (2024-01-26)

3.2.0 (2023-12-21)

3.1.0 (2023-07-25)

3.0.1 (2023-02-10)

3.0.0 (2023-01-11)

2.7.1 (2022-11-09)

2.7.0 (2022-09-23)

2.6.0 (2022-05-25)

2.5.1 (2022-02-15)

2.5.0 (2022-01-27)

2.4.1 (2022-01-06)

2.4.0 (2022-01-05)

2.3.0 (2021-12-22)

2.2.1 (2021-12-09)

2.2.0 (2021-12-03)

2.1.0 (2021-11-12)

2.0.5 (2021-10-19)

2.0.4 (2021-09-08)

  • Upgrade CMake version and removes unused include in examples
  • Contributors: robbiefish

2.0.3 (2021-09-08)

  • Fixes missing dependencies in example and checks gcc directly for architecture
  • Contributors: robbiefish

2.0.2 (2021-08-30)

  • Fixes cmake warnings and updates maintainers
  • Contributors: robbiefish

2.0.1 (2021-08-24)

2.0.0 (2021-08-24)

  • Consolidates examples to single package
  • Contributors: Rob Fisher

1.1.4 (2021-07-30)

1.1.3 (2021-04-21)

  • Removed duplicate Filter LLH Pos entry in message format Preparing for release on Bloom
    • move driver package content to ros_mscl folder
    • add name argument to microstrain.launch file to specify the namespace (default: gx5)
    • update README.md
    • add basic subscriber example (C++)
  • Contributors: Nathan Miller, mgill

0.0.4 (2019-10-07)

0.0.3 (2019-08-05)

0.0.2 (2019-05-28)

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Package Dependencies

System Dependencies

No direct system dependencies.

Dependant Packages

No known dependants.

Launch files

  • launch/cv7.launch
    • Standalone example launch file to launch a node that interfaces with a CV7
  • launch/gx5_15.launch
    • Standalone example launch file to launch a node that interfaces with a GX5-15
  • launch/gx5_45.launch
    • Standalone example launch file to launch a node that interfaces with a GX5-45
  • launch/gq7.launch
    • Standalone example launch file to launch a node that interfaces with a GQ7
  • launch/cv7_ins.launch
    • Standalone example launch file to launch a node that interfaces with a CV7-INS
  • launch/gx5_25.launch
    • Standalone example launch file to launch a node that interfaces with a GX5-25

Messages

No message files found.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged microstrain_inertial_examples at Robotics Stack Exchange

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 4.0.0
License MIT
Build type AMENT_CMAKE
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/LORD-MicroStrain/microstrain_inertial.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version ros2
Last Updated 2024-01-26
Dev Status DEVELOPED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Package Description

Simple examples using the microstrain_inertial_driver for MicroStrain sensors.

Additional Links

Maintainers

  • Rob Fisher
  • Melissa Gill

Authors

No additional authors.

Description

Collection of simple examples to get started using the microstrain_inertial_driver.

Table of Contents

Common Steps

For all the below examples, you should make sure you take the following steps before running them:

  1. Install the udev rules (This should only be done once and if using the ROS package index, these will be installed automatically)
  2. Connect your device.
  3. Modify the port and baudrate parameters in the .yml file for the example you are running to point to the port your device is connected to. This is especially important if using serial instead of USB.
  4. Install or build the microstrain_inertial_examples and microstrain_inertial_driver packages
  5. Source your setup.bash
    1. If building from source, run: source install/setup.bash after building
    2. If installing from the ROS package index, run: source /opt/ros/<ROS Version>/setup.bash after installing

Device Examples

This package contains some example launch files to show users a simple starting configuration when using different devices.

CV7-INS / GV7-INS

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-CV7-INS, and 3DM-GV7-INS

The CV7-INS example contains a simple example of outputting relative position data from a CV7-INS and displaying that data in rviz. This example also shows how one would input external position and velocity into the sensor.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples cv7_ins_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

CV7 / GV7

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-CV7-AR, 3DM-CV7-AHRS, 3DM-GV7-AR, and 3DM-GV7-AHRS.

The CV7 example contains a simple example of outputting orientation, angular and linear velocity from a CV7 and displaying that data in rviz.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples cv7_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

GQ7

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GQ7

The GQ7 example contains a simple example of outputting global and relative position data from a GQ7 and displaying that data in rviz. This example also assumes that the user will be using a 3DM-RTK connected to the GQ7 aux port, but can be tweaked to not require the 3DM-RTK.

To run this example

  1. Do the common steps
  2. Ensure that your GQ7 has both antennas connected. See the microstrain Antenna Installation page for more help with this.
  3. Update gnss1_antenna_offset and gnss2_antenna_offset in config/gq7/gq7.yml to your antenna offsets
  4. Run the following command:
ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples gq7_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

GX5-GNSS / CX5-GNSS

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GX5-GNSS (3DM-GX5-45), and 3DM-CX5-45 (3DM-CX5-45)

The GX5-GNSS example contains a simple example of outputting global and relative position data from a GX5-GNSS and displaying that data in rviz.

  1. Do the common steps
  2. Ensure that your GX5-GNSS has it's antenna connected. See the microstrain Antenna Installation page for more help with this.
  3. Update gnss1_antenna_offset in config/gx5_45/gx5_45.yml to your antenna offset
  4. Run the following command:
ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples gx5_45_launch.py

GX5-AHRS / CX5-AHRS

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GX5-AHRS (3DM-GX5-25), and 3DM-CX5-AHRS (3DM-CX5-25)

The GX5-AHRS example contains a simple example of outputting orientation, angular and linear velocity from a GX5-AHRS and displaying that data in rviz.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples gx5_25_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

GX5-AR / CX5-AR

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GX5-AR (3DM-GX5-15), and 3DM-CX5-AR (3DM-CX5-15)

The GX5-AR example contains a simple example of outputting orientation, angular and linear velocity from a GX5-AR and displaying that data in rviz.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples gx5_15_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

CHANGELOG

Changelog for package microstrain_inertial_examples

4.0.0 (2024-01-26)

  • ROS2 Standardize and update to work better with ROS standard tools (#295)
  • Contributors: Rob

3.2.1 (2024-01-26)

3.2.0 (2023-12-21)

3.1.0 (2023-07-25)

3.0.1 (2023-02-10)

3.0.0 (2023-01-11)

2.7.1 (2022-11-09)

2.7.0 (2022-09-23)

2.6.0 (2022-05-25)

2.5.1 (2022-02-15)

2.5.0 (2022-01-27)

2.4.0 (2022-01-05)

2.3.0 (2021-12-22)

2.2.0 (2021-12-03)

2.1.0 (2021-11-12)

2.0.6 (2021-10-22)

  • Fixes CMake build errors experienced on the build farm
  • Contributors: Rob Fisher, robbiefish

2.0.5 (2021-10-21)

  • Updates maintainers and dependencies in preparation for ROS build farm
  • Renames packages to be more consistent with ROS naming conventions
  • Contributors: Rob Fisher, robbiefish

1.1.4 (2021-07-30)

1.1.3 (2021-04-21)

  • Removed duplicate Filter LLH Pos entry in message format Preparing for release on Bloom
    • move driver package content to ros_mscl folder
    • add name argument to microstrain.launch file to specify the namespace (default: gx5)
    • update README.md
    • add basic subscriber example (C++)
  • Contributors: Nathan Miller, mgill

0.0.4 (2019-10-07)

0.0.3 (2019-08-05)

0.0.2 (2019-05-28)

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Package Dependencies

System Dependencies

No direct system dependencies.

Dependant Packages

No known dependants.

Launch files

No launch files found

Messages

No message files found.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged microstrain_inertial_examples at Robotics Stack Exchange

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 4.0.0
License MIT
Build type AMENT_CMAKE
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/LORD-MicroStrain/microstrain_inertial.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version ros2
Last Updated 2024-01-26
Dev Status DEVELOPED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Package Description

Simple examples using the microstrain_inertial_driver for MicroStrain sensors.

Additional Links

Maintainers

  • Rob Fisher
  • Melissa Gill

Authors

No additional authors.

Description

Collection of simple examples to get started using the microstrain_inertial_driver.

Table of Contents

Common Steps

For all the below examples, you should make sure you take the following steps before running them:

  1. Install the udev rules (This should only be done once and if using the ROS package index, these will be installed automatically)
  2. Connect your device.
  3. Modify the port and baudrate parameters in the .yml file for the example you are running to point to the port your device is connected to. This is especially important if using serial instead of USB.
  4. Install or build the microstrain_inertial_examples and microstrain_inertial_driver packages
  5. Source your setup.bash
    1. If building from source, run: source install/setup.bash after building
    2. If installing from the ROS package index, run: source /opt/ros/<ROS Version>/setup.bash after installing

Device Examples

This package contains some example launch files to show users a simple starting configuration when using different devices.

CV7-INS / GV7-INS

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-CV7-INS, and 3DM-GV7-INS

The CV7-INS example contains a simple example of outputting relative position data from a CV7-INS and displaying that data in rviz. This example also shows how one would input external position and velocity into the sensor.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples cv7_ins_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

CV7 / GV7

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-CV7-AR, 3DM-CV7-AHRS, 3DM-GV7-AR, and 3DM-GV7-AHRS.

The CV7 example contains a simple example of outputting orientation, angular and linear velocity from a CV7 and displaying that data in rviz.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples cv7_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

GQ7

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GQ7

The GQ7 example contains a simple example of outputting global and relative position data from a GQ7 and displaying that data in rviz. This example also assumes that the user will be using a 3DM-RTK connected to the GQ7 aux port, but can be tweaked to not require the 3DM-RTK.

To run this example

  1. Do the common steps
  2. Ensure that your GQ7 has both antennas connected. See the microstrain Antenna Installation page for more help with this.
  3. Update gnss1_antenna_offset and gnss2_antenna_offset in config/gq7/gq7.yml to your antenna offsets
  4. Run the following command:
ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples gq7_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

GX5-GNSS / CX5-GNSS

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GX5-GNSS (3DM-GX5-45), and 3DM-CX5-45 (3DM-CX5-45)

The GX5-GNSS example contains a simple example of outputting global and relative position data from a GX5-GNSS and displaying that data in rviz.

  1. Do the common steps
  2. Ensure that your GX5-GNSS has it's antenna connected. See the microstrain Antenna Installation page for more help with this.
  3. Update gnss1_antenna_offset in config/gx5_45/gx5_45.yml to your antenna offset
  4. Run the following command:
ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples gx5_45_launch.py

GX5-AHRS / CX5-AHRS

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GX5-AHRS (3DM-GX5-25), and 3DM-CX5-AHRS (3DM-CX5-25)

The GX5-AHRS example contains a simple example of outputting orientation, angular and linear velocity from a GX5-AHRS and displaying that data in rviz.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples gx5_25_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

GX5-AR / CX5-AR

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GX5-AR (3DM-GX5-15), and 3DM-CX5-AR (3DM-CX5-15)

The GX5-AR example contains a simple example of outputting orientation, angular and linear velocity from a GX5-AR and displaying that data in rviz.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

ros2 launch microstrain_inertial_examples gx5_15_launch.py

This example contains the following files:

CHANGELOG

Changelog for package microstrain_inertial_examples

4.0.0 (2024-01-26)

  • ROS2 Standardize and update to work better with ROS standard tools (#295)
  • Contributors: Rob

3.2.1 (2024-01-26)

3.2.0 (2023-12-21)

3.1.0 (2023-07-25)

3.0.1 (2023-02-10)

3.0.0 (2023-01-11)

2.7.1 (2022-11-09)

2.7.0 (2022-09-23)

2.6.0 (2022-05-25)

2.5.1 (2022-02-15)

2.5.0 (2022-01-27)

2.4.0 (2022-01-05)

2.3.0 (2021-12-22)

2.2.0 (2021-12-03)

2.1.0 (2021-11-12)

2.0.6 (2021-10-22)

  • Fixes CMake build errors experienced on the build farm
  • Contributors: Rob Fisher, robbiefish

2.0.5 (2021-10-21)

  • Updates maintainers and dependencies in preparation for ROS build farm
  • Renames packages to be more consistent with ROS naming conventions
  • Contributors: Rob Fisher, robbiefish

1.1.4 (2021-07-30)

1.1.3 (2021-04-21)

  • Removed duplicate Filter LLH Pos entry in message format Preparing for release on Bloom
    • move driver package content to ros_mscl folder
    • add name argument to microstrain.launch file to specify the namespace (default: gx5)
    • update README.md
    • add basic subscriber example (C++)
  • Contributors: Nathan Miller, mgill

0.0.4 (2019-10-07)

0.0.3 (2019-08-05)

0.0.2 (2019-05-28)

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Package Dependencies

System Dependencies

No direct system dependencies.

Dependant Packages

No known dependants.

Launch files

No launch files found

Messages

No message files found.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged microstrain_inertial_examples at Robotics Stack Exchange

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 4.0.0
License MIT
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/LORD-MicroStrain/microstrain_inertial.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version ros
Last Updated 2024-01-26
Dev Status DEVELOPED
CI status No Continuous Integration
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Package Description

Simple examples using the microstrain_inertial_driver for MicroStrain sensors.

Additional Links

Maintainers

  • Rob Fisher
  • Melissa Gill

Authors

No additional authors.

Description

Collection of simple examples to get started using the microstrain_inertial_driver.

Table of Contents

Common Steps

For all the below examples, you should make sure you take the following steps before running them:

  1. Install the udev rules (This should only be done once and if using the ROS package index, these will be installed automatically)
  2. Connect your device.
  3. Modify the port and baudrate parameters in the .yml file for the example you are running to point to the port your device is connected to. This is especially important if using serial instead of USB.
  4. Install or build the microstrain_inertial_examples and microstrain_inertial_driver packages
  5. Source your setup.bash
    1. If building from source, run: source install/setup.bash after building
    2. If installing from the ROS package index, run: source /opt/ros/<ROS Version>/setup.bash after installing

Device Examples

This package contains some example launch files to show users a simple starting configuration when using different devices.

CV7-INS / GV7-INS

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-CV7-INS, and 3DM-GV7-INS

The CV7-INS example contains a simple example of outputting relative position data from a CV7-INS and displaying that data in rviz. This example also shows how one would input external position and velocity into the sensor.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

roslaunch microstrain_inertial_examples cv7_ins.launch

This example contains the following files:

CV7 / GV7

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-CV7-AR, 3DM-CV7-AHRS, 3DM-GV7-AR, and 3DM-GV7-AHRS.

The CV7 example contains a simple example of outputting orientation, angular and linear velocity from a CV7 and displaying that data in rviz.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

roslaunch microstrain_inertial_examples cv7.launch

This example contains the following files:

GQ7

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GQ7

The GQ7 example contains a simple example of outputting global and relative position data from a GQ7 and displaying that data in rviz. This example also assumes that the user will be using a 3DM-RTK connected to the GQ7 aux port, but can be tweaked to not require the 3DM-RTK.

To run this example

  1. Do the common steps
  2. Ensure that your GQ7 has both antennas connected. See the microstrain Antenna Installation page for more help with this.
  3. Update gnss1_antenna_offset and gnss2_antenna_offset in config/gq7/gq7.yml to your antenna offsets
  4. Run the following command:
roslaunch microstrain_inertial_examples gq7.launch

This example contains the following files:

GX5-GNSS / CX5-GNSS

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GX5-GNSS (3DM-GX5-45), and 3DM-CX5-45 (3DM-CX5-45)

The GX5-GNSS example contains a simple example of outputting global and relative position data from a GX5-GNSS and displaying that data in rviz.

  1. Do the common steps
  2. Ensure that your GX5-GNSS has it's antenna connected. See the microstrain Antenna Installation page for more help with this.
  3. Update gnss1_antenna_offset in config/gx5_45/gx5_45.yml to your antenna offset
  4. Run the following command:
roslaunch microstrain_inertial_examples gx5_45.launch

GX5-AHRS / CX5-AHRS

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GX5-AHRS (3DM-GX5-25), and 3DM-CX5-AHRS (3DM-CX5-25)

The GX5-AHRS example contains a simple example of outputting orientation, angular and linear velocity from a GX5-AHRS and displaying that data in rviz.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

roslaunch microstrain_inertial_examples gx5_25.launch

This example contains the following files:

GX5-AR / CX5-AR

NOTE: This example works for the 3DM-GX5-AR (3DM-GX5-15), and 3DM-CX5-AR (3DM-CX5-15)

The GX5-AR example contains a simple example of outputting orientation, angular and linear velocity from a GX5-AR and displaying that data in rviz.

To run this example, run the following command after doing the common steps:

roslaunch microstrain_inertial_examples gx5_15.launch

This example contains the following files:

CHANGELOG

Changelog for package microstrain_inertial_examples

4.0.0 (2024-01-26)

  • ROS Standardize and update to work better with ROS standard tools (#294)
  • Contributors: Rob

3.2.1 (2024-01-26)

3.2.0 (2023-12-21)

3.1.0 (2023-07-25)

3.0.1 (2023-02-10)

3.0.0 (2023-01-11)

2.7.1 (2022-11-09)

2.7.0 (2022-09-23)

2.6.0 (2022-05-25)

2.5.1 (2022-02-15)

2.5.0 (2022-01-27)

2.4.1 (2022-01-06)

2.4.0 (2022-01-05)

2.3.0 (2021-12-22)

2.2.1 (2021-12-09)

2.2.0 (2021-12-03)

2.1.0 (2021-11-12)

2.0.5 (2021-10-19)

2.0.4 (2021-09-08)

  • Upgrade CMake version and removes unused include in examples
  • Contributors: robbiefish

2.0.3 (2021-09-08)

  • Fixes missing dependencies in example and checks gcc directly for architecture
  • Contributors: robbiefish

2.0.2 (2021-08-30)

  • Fixes cmake warnings and updates maintainers
  • Contributors: robbiefish

2.0.1 (2021-08-24)

2.0.0 (2021-08-24)

  • Consolidates examples to single package
  • Contributors: Rob Fisher

1.1.4 (2021-07-30)

1.1.3 (2021-04-21)

  • Removed duplicate Filter LLH Pos entry in message format Preparing for release on Bloom
    • move driver package content to ros_mscl folder
    • add name argument to microstrain.launch file to specify the namespace (default: gx5)
    • update README.md
    • add basic subscriber example (C++)
  • Contributors: Nathan Miller, mgill

0.0.4 (2019-10-07)

0.0.3 (2019-08-05)

0.0.2 (2019-05-28)

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Package Dependencies

System Dependencies

No direct system dependencies.

Dependant Packages

No known dependants.

Launch files

  • launch/cv7.launch
    • Standalone example launch file to launch a node that interfaces with a CV7
  • launch/gx5_15.launch
    • Standalone example launch file to launch a node that interfaces with a GX5-15
  • launch/gx5_45.launch
    • Standalone example launch file to launch a node that interfaces with a GX5-45
  • launch/gq7.launch
    • Standalone example launch file to launch a node that interfaces with a GQ7
  • launch/cv7_ins.launch
    • Standalone example launch file to launch a node that interfaces with a CV7-INS
  • launch/gx5_25.launch
    • Standalone example launch file to launch a node that interfaces with a GX5-25

Messages

No message files found.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

No plugins found.

Recent questions tagged microstrain_inertial_examples at Robotics Stack Exchange