rviz_satellite package from rviz_satellite repo

rviz_satellite

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 4.0.0
License Apache 2
Build type AMENT_CMAKE
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/nobleo/rviz_satellite.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version ros2
Last Updated 2024-04-19
Dev Status MAINTAINED
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

Display satellite map tiles in RViz

Additional Links

No additional links.

Maintainers

  • Andre Schröder
  • Marcel Zeilinger

Authors

  • Gareth Cross

rviz_satellite

Rviz plugin for displaying satellite maps at the position of a sensor_msgs/msg/NavSatFix message.

Usage

Add an instance of AerialMap to your Rviz config and point it to a sensor_msgs/msg/NavSatFix topic.

Map tiles will be cached to $HOME/.cache/rviz_satellite. At present the cache does not expire automatically - you should delete the files in the folder if you want the images to be reloaded.

Currently, the OpenStreetMap convention for tile URLs is supported. This e.g. implies that only raster tiles (no vector tiles) are supported.

To try a demo, run the following commands to make Rviz circle around a geo point you define.

ros2 launch rviz_satellite demo.launch.xml

You should see a view like the following. Here, the coordinates are 48.211486, 16.383982 (Vienna), using OpenStreetMap tiles.

Rviz view with updating aerial map

Tile servers

You must provide a tile URL (Object URI) from which the satellite images are loaded. The URL should have the form http://server.tld/{z}/{x}/{y}.jpg. Where the tokens {z}, {x}, {y} represent the zoom level, x coordinate, and y coordinate respectively. These will automatically be substituted by rviz_satellite when making HTTP requests.

Tiles can optionally be loaded from a local filesystem if downloaded beforehand for cases where robots do not have internet access. For example, the file URI file:///tmp/tile/{z}/{y}/{x}.jpg can be used to load files from the /tmp/tile directory.

rviz_satellite doesn't come with any preconfigured tile URL. For example, you could use one of the following tile servers:

For some of these, you have to request an access token first. Please refer to the respective terms of service and copyrights.

Options

  • Topic is the topic of the GPS measurements.
  • Alpha is simply the display transparency.
  • Draw Under will cause the map to be displayed below all other geometry.
  • Zoom is the zoom level of the map. Recommended values are 16-19, as anything smaller is very low resolution. 22 is the current max.
  • Blocks number of adjacent tiles in addition to the center tile to load, 8 maximum.
  • Timeout specifies a timeout since the last received message timestamp, after which the map will be faded out; disable by setting to 0.

Support and Contributions

In case of questions or problems, do not hesitate to open an issue.

Contributions are welcomed. Please add a summary of your changes to the changelog under the section Forthcoming.

The icon was downloaded and edited from svgrepo, originally licensed under CC0.

CHANGELOG

Changelog for package rviz_satellite

4.0.0 (2023-02-20)

  • ROS2 support!
  • Contributors: Lee Hicks, Marcel Zeilinger, Tim Clephas, Vitaliy Bondar, ceranit

3.0.2 (2020-10-13)

  • Fix time synchronization of NavSat transform lookup

3.0.1 (2020-08-03)

  • Fix cleanup bug breaking the navsat-tile transforms (#84, #85)

3.0.0 (2020-05-26)

  • Code cleanup (#76, #75)
  • Remove the \'resolution\' property (#74)
  • Fix frame jitter by splitting map and fixed-frame transforms (#56)
  • Cleanup cmake (#70)
  • Remove NED and NWU frame conversion options

2.0.0 (2020-04-17)

  • Drop Qt4 support

1.3.0 (2020-04-17)

  • Fix setting the fixed frame
  • Fix race when reading the blocks property
  • Set tile fetching preference to cache
  • Remove the robot frame property. Instead use the frame from the NavSatFix topic
  • Fix demo.launch
  • Fix uninitialized variable

1.2.0 (2019-03-07)

  • Rewrite of the tile loader
  • Display an error if the tile server is invalid
  • Move map towards the robot\'s z-position
  • Use XDG cache path for caching tiles
  • Incorporate orientation of tile frame when rendering map

1.1.0 (2018-12-04)

  • Integrate package version via CMake
  • Detect Qt 5 automatically, adding support for ROS Lunar, Melodic, et al
  • Remove unused opencv linking

1.0.0 (2018-11-08)

  • Initial release

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Launch files

  • demo/demo.launch.xml
    • rviz2 -d $(ros2 pkg prefix - -share rviz_satellite)/launch/demo.rviz ros2 run rviz_satellite publish_demo_data.py LATITUDE LONGITUDE

Messages

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Services

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Plugins

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rviz_satellite package from rviz_satellite repo

rviz_satellite

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 4.0.0
License Apache 2
Build type AMENT_CMAKE
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/nobleo/rviz_satellite.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version ros2
Last Updated 2024-04-19
Dev Status MAINTAINED
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

Display satellite map tiles in RViz

Additional Links

No additional links.

Maintainers

  • Andre Schröder
  • Marcel Zeilinger

Authors

  • Gareth Cross

rviz_satellite

Rviz plugin for displaying satellite maps at the position of a sensor_msgs/msg/NavSatFix message.

Usage

Add an instance of AerialMap to your Rviz config and point it to a sensor_msgs/msg/NavSatFix topic.

Map tiles will be cached to $HOME/.cache/rviz_satellite. At present the cache does not expire automatically - you should delete the files in the folder if you want the images to be reloaded.

Currently, the OpenStreetMap convention for tile URLs is supported. This e.g. implies that only raster tiles (no vector tiles) are supported.

To try a demo, run the following commands to make Rviz circle around a geo point you define.

ros2 launch rviz_satellite demo.launch.xml

You should see a view like the following. Here, the coordinates are 48.211486, 16.383982 (Vienna), using OpenStreetMap tiles.

Rviz view with updating aerial map

Tile servers

You must provide a tile URL (Object URI) from which the satellite images are loaded. The URL should have the form http://server.tld/{z}/{x}/{y}.jpg. Where the tokens {z}, {x}, {y} represent the zoom level, x coordinate, and y coordinate respectively. These will automatically be substituted by rviz_satellite when making HTTP requests.

Tiles can optionally be loaded from a local filesystem if downloaded beforehand for cases where robots do not have internet access. For example, the file URI file:///tmp/tile/{z}/{y}/{x}.jpg can be used to load files from the /tmp/tile directory.

rviz_satellite doesn't come with any preconfigured tile URL. For example, you could use one of the following tile servers:

For some of these, you have to request an access token first. Please refer to the respective terms of service and copyrights.

Options

  • Topic is the topic of the GPS measurements.
  • Alpha is simply the display transparency.
  • Draw Under will cause the map to be displayed below all other geometry.
  • Zoom is the zoom level of the map. Recommended values are 16-19, as anything smaller is very low resolution. 22 is the current max.
  • Blocks number of adjacent tiles in addition to the center tile to load, 8 maximum.
  • Timeout specifies a timeout since the last received message timestamp, after which the map will be faded out; disable by setting to 0.

Support and Contributions

In case of questions or problems, do not hesitate to open an issue.

Contributions are welcomed. Please add a summary of your changes to the changelog under the section Forthcoming.

The icon was downloaded and edited from svgrepo, originally licensed under CC0.

CHANGELOG

Changelog for package rviz_satellite

4.0.0 (2023-02-20)

  • ROS2 support!
  • Contributors: Lee Hicks, Marcel Zeilinger, Tim Clephas, Vitaliy Bondar, ceranit

3.0.2 (2020-10-13)

  • Fix time synchronization of NavSat transform lookup

3.0.1 (2020-08-03)

  • Fix cleanup bug breaking the navsat-tile transforms (#84, #85)

3.0.0 (2020-05-26)

  • Code cleanup (#76, #75)
  • Remove the \'resolution\' property (#74)
  • Fix frame jitter by splitting map and fixed-frame transforms (#56)
  • Cleanup cmake (#70)
  • Remove NED and NWU frame conversion options

2.0.0 (2020-04-17)

  • Drop Qt4 support

1.3.0 (2020-04-17)

  • Fix setting the fixed frame
  • Fix race when reading the blocks property
  • Set tile fetching preference to cache
  • Remove the robot frame property. Instead use the frame from the NavSatFix topic
  • Fix demo.launch
  • Fix uninitialized variable

1.2.0 (2019-03-07)

  • Rewrite of the tile loader
  • Display an error if the tile server is invalid
  • Move map towards the robot\'s z-position
  • Use XDG cache path for caching tiles
  • Incorporate orientation of tile frame when rendering map

1.1.0 (2018-12-04)

  • Integrate package version via CMake
  • Detect Qt 5 automatically, adding support for ROS Lunar, Melodic, et al
  • Remove unused opencv linking

1.0.0 (2018-11-08)

  • Initial release

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Launch files

  • demo/demo.launch.xml
    • rviz2 -d $(ros2 pkg prefix - -share rviz_satellite)/launch/demo.rviz ros2 run rviz_satellite publish_demo_data.py LATITUDE LONGITUDE

Messages

No message files found.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

Recent questions tagged rviz_satellite at Robotics Stack Exchange

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rviz_satellite package from rviz_satellite repo

rviz_satellite

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 3.1.0
License Apache 2
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/nobleo/rviz_satellite.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2023-05-01
Dev Status MAINTAINED
CI status Continuous Integration : 0 / 0
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Package Description

Display satellite map tiles in RViz

Additional Links

Maintainers

  • Tim Clephas

Authors

  • Gareth Cross
  • Andre Schröder

rviz_satellite

Plugin for rviz for displaying satellite maps loaded from the internet.

Alt text

In the near future this plugin will not add support for ROS 2. For an unofficial ROS 2 fork see blacksoul000/rviz_satellite.

In order to use rviz_satellite, add this package to your catkin workspace.

Demo

The package contains a launch file for demonstration purposes. Use it to verify your installation and to get started:

roslaunch rviz_satellite demo.launch

The launch file will fake a GPS position in Philadelphia, USA and display Wikimedia Maps nearby. You can edit the longitude and latitude values in launch/demo.gps to change the position.

Check the Usage section below to learn how to use the position of your robot and a satellite map.

See demo file launch/demo_utm.launch for an example of using this plugin in the UTM frame mode (see below).

Usage

Add an instance of AerialMapDisplay to your rviz config.

The Topic field must point to a publisher of sensor_msgs/NavSatFix.

Map tiles will be cached to $HOME/.cache/rviz_satellite. At present the cache does not expire automatically - you should delete the files in the folder if you want the images to be reloaded.

Currently, we only support the OpenStreetMap convention for tile URLs. This e.g. implies that only raster tiles (no vector tiles) are supported.

Transformation of tiles to RViz fixed frame can be done in two ways that are configured using Map Transform Type option:

  1. Specify a Map frame, which is an ENU-oriented frame in which your robot localizes. This mode expects that the frame of the subscribed NavSatFix messages is consistent with the measured latitude/longitude in this map frame. In this mode, the tiles go through an intermediate transform to the map frame.
  2. Specify UTM frame (and possibly UTM zone). In this mode, no map frame is required and the tiles are directly placed on their UTM positions. This mode expects UTM frame is represented in your transform tree. The subscribed NavSatFix messages are only used to determine the tiles to download, so small inconsistencies between the NavSatFix frame and the measured latitude/longitude is not a big problem. In this mode, you can also change the XY and Z position references from the NavSatFix message to a TF frame. This means the point around which the tiles are displayed is determined by UTM pose of the specified frame instead of the NavSatFix messages.

Tile servers

You must provide a tile URL (Object URI) from which the satellite images are loaded. The URL should have the form http://server.tld/{z}/{x}/{y}.jpg. Where the tokens {z}, {x}, {y} represent the zoom level, x coordinate, and y coordinate respectively. If your API requires a pair of latitude and longitude values instead of x and y tile coordinates, use an URL of the form http://server.tld/{z}/{lat}/{lon}.jpg, where {lat} and {lon} represent the latitude and longitude values of the requested location. All these will automatically be substituted by rviz_satellite when making HTTP requests.

rviz_satellite doesn't come with any preconfigured tile URL. For example, you could use one of the following tile servers:

For some of these, you have to request an access token first. Please refer to the respective terms of service and copyrights.

Options

  • Topic is the topic of the GPS measurements.
  • Map Transform Type selects between the Map frame mode and UTM frame mode (see section Usage).
  • Alpha is simply the display transparency.
  • Draw Under will cause the map to be displayed below all other geometry.
  • Zoom is the zoom level of the map. Recommended values are 16-19, as anything smaller is very low resolution. 22 is the current max.
  • Blocks number of adjacent blocks to load. rviz_satellite will load the central block, and this many blocks around the center. 8 is the current max.
  • Z Offset specifies offset of the displayed tiles in the Z coordinate from their default pose (in meters).

Options available in Map frame mode

  • Map Frame is the map frame rigidly attached to the world with ENU convention.

Options available in UTM frame mode

  • UTM Frame is the frame that represents UTM coordinate frame.
  • UTM Zone is the zone used by the UTM frame. Value -1 triggers autodetection of zone and this property is then overridden with the autodetected zone.
  • XY Position Reference specifies how to determine the point around which tiles are centered. It can be either <NavSatFix Message>, which uses global coordinates from the received fix messages. Or it can be a TF frame name. In such case, the tiles are centered around the XY position of the specified frame in UTM coordinates.
    • Please note that selecting the UTM frame for this reference is invalid. Position of the UTM frame in UTM is (0, 0), which is an invalid UTM coordinate (supported range is 100 km - 900 km in most zones).
  • Z Position Reference specifies how to determine the Z coordinate of the displayed tiles. The meaning of the values is similar to XY Position Reference. Z Offset is applied after computing the reference height.

Support and Contributions

In case of questions or problems, do not hesitate to open an issue.

Contributions are welcomed. Please add a summary of your changes to the changelog under the section Forthcoming.

CHANGELOG

Changelog for package rviz_satellite

3.1.0 (2023-02-20)

  • Add possibility to specify TF frames as position reference in UTM mode.
  • Turn map and UTM selection UI into TfFrameProperty.
  • Simplify UTM frame mode integration.
  • Improved map transform type wording.
  • Added UTM frame mode.
  • Added option to configure the map frame.
  • Added missing header file

3.0.3 (2021-01-19)

  • Pragmatic URI check
  • Enable catkin_lint in CI
  • Enable ros industrial CI
  • Update maintainer info

3.0.2 (2020-10-13)

  • Fix time synchronization of NavSat transform lookup

3.0.1 (2020-08-03)

  • Fix cleanup bug breaking the navsat-tile transforms (#84, #85)

3.0.0 (2020-05-26)

  • Code cleanup (#76, #75)
  • Remove the \'resolution\' property (#74)
  • Fix frame jitter by splitting map and fixed-frame transforms (#56)
  • Cleanup cmake (#70)
  • Remove NED and NWU frame conversion options

2.0.0 (2020-04-17)

  • Drop Qt4 support

1.3.0 (2020-04-17)

  • Fix setting the fixed frame
  • Fix race when reading the blocks property
  • Set tile fetching preference to cache
  • Remove the robot frame property. Instead use the frame from the NavSatFix topic
  • Fix demo.launch
  • Fix uninitialized variable

1.2.0 (2019-03-07)

  • Rewrite of the tile loader
  • Display an error if the tile server is invalid
  • Move map towards the robot\'s z-position
  • Use XDG cache path for caching tiles
  • Incorporate orientation of tile frame when rendering map

1.1.0 (2018-12-04)

  • Integrate package version via CMake
  • Detect Qt 5 automatically, adding support for ROS Lunar, Melodic, et al
  • Remove unused opencv linking

1.0.0 (2018-11-08)

  • Initial release

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Messages

No message files found.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

Recent questions tagged rviz_satellite at Robotics Stack Exchange

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rviz_satellite package from rviz_satellite repo

rviz_satellite

Package Summary

Tags No category tags.
Version 3.1.0
License Apache 2
Build type CATKIN
Use RECOMMENDED

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/nobleo/rviz_satellite.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2023-05-01
Dev Status MAINTAINED
CI status Continuous Integration : 0 / 0
Released RELEASED
Tags No category tags.
Contributing Help Wanted (0)
Good First Issues (0)
Pull Requests to Review (0)

Package Description

Display satellite map tiles in RViz

Additional Links

Maintainers

  • Tim Clephas

Authors

  • Gareth Cross
  • Andre Schröder

rviz_satellite

Plugin for rviz for displaying satellite maps loaded from the internet.

Alt text

In the near future this plugin will not add support for ROS 2. For an unofficial ROS 2 fork see blacksoul000/rviz_satellite.

In order to use rviz_satellite, add this package to your catkin workspace.

Demo

The package contains a launch file for demonstration purposes. Use it to verify your installation and to get started:

roslaunch rviz_satellite demo.launch

The launch file will fake a GPS position in Philadelphia, USA and display Wikimedia Maps nearby. You can edit the longitude and latitude values in launch/demo.gps to change the position.

Check the Usage section below to learn how to use the position of your robot and a satellite map.

See demo file launch/demo_utm.launch for an example of using this plugin in the UTM frame mode (see below).

Usage

Add an instance of AerialMapDisplay to your rviz config.

The Topic field must point to a publisher of sensor_msgs/NavSatFix.

Map tiles will be cached to $HOME/.cache/rviz_satellite. At present the cache does not expire automatically - you should delete the files in the folder if you want the images to be reloaded.

Currently, we only support the OpenStreetMap convention for tile URLs. This e.g. implies that only raster tiles (no vector tiles) are supported.

Transformation of tiles to RViz fixed frame can be done in two ways that are configured using Map Transform Type option:

  1. Specify a Map frame, which is an ENU-oriented frame in which your robot localizes. This mode expects that the frame of the subscribed NavSatFix messages is consistent with the measured latitude/longitude in this map frame. In this mode, the tiles go through an intermediate transform to the map frame.
  2. Specify UTM frame (and possibly UTM zone). In this mode, no map frame is required and the tiles are directly placed on their UTM positions. This mode expects UTM frame is represented in your transform tree. The subscribed NavSatFix messages are only used to determine the tiles to download, so small inconsistencies between the NavSatFix frame and the measured latitude/longitude is not a big problem. In this mode, you can also change the XY and Z position references from the NavSatFix message to a TF frame. This means the point around which the tiles are displayed is determined by UTM pose of the specified frame instead of the NavSatFix messages.

Tile servers

You must provide a tile URL (Object URI) from which the satellite images are loaded. The URL should have the form http://server.tld/{z}/{x}/{y}.jpg. Where the tokens {z}, {x}, {y} represent the zoom level, x coordinate, and y coordinate respectively. If your API requires a pair of latitude and longitude values instead of x and y tile coordinates, use an URL of the form http://server.tld/{z}/{lat}/{lon}.jpg, where {lat} and {lon} represent the latitude and longitude values of the requested location. All these will automatically be substituted by rviz_satellite when making HTTP requests.

rviz_satellite doesn't come with any preconfigured tile URL. For example, you could use one of the following tile servers:

For some of these, you have to request an access token first. Please refer to the respective terms of service and copyrights.

Options

  • Topic is the topic of the GPS measurements.
  • Map Transform Type selects between the Map frame mode and UTM frame mode (see section Usage).
  • Alpha is simply the display transparency.
  • Draw Under will cause the map to be displayed below all other geometry.
  • Zoom is the zoom level of the map. Recommended values are 16-19, as anything smaller is very low resolution. 22 is the current max.
  • Blocks number of adjacent blocks to load. rviz_satellite will load the central block, and this many blocks around the center. 8 is the current max.
  • Z Offset specifies offset of the displayed tiles in the Z coordinate from their default pose (in meters).

Options available in Map frame mode

  • Map Frame is the map frame rigidly attached to the world with ENU convention.

Options available in UTM frame mode

  • UTM Frame is the frame that represents UTM coordinate frame.
  • UTM Zone is the zone used by the UTM frame. Value -1 triggers autodetection of zone and this property is then overridden with the autodetected zone.
  • XY Position Reference specifies how to determine the point around which tiles are centered. It can be either <NavSatFix Message>, which uses global coordinates from the received fix messages. Or it can be a TF frame name. In such case, the tiles are centered around the XY position of the specified frame in UTM coordinates.
    • Please note that selecting the UTM frame for this reference is invalid. Position of the UTM frame in UTM is (0, 0), which is an invalid UTM coordinate (supported range is 100 km - 900 km in most zones).
  • Z Position Reference specifies how to determine the Z coordinate of the displayed tiles. The meaning of the values is similar to XY Position Reference. Z Offset is applied after computing the reference height.

Support and Contributions

In case of questions or problems, do not hesitate to open an issue.

Contributions are welcomed. Please add a summary of your changes to the changelog under the section Forthcoming.

CHANGELOG

Changelog for package rviz_satellite

3.1.0 (2023-02-20)

  • Add possibility to specify TF frames as position reference in UTM mode.
  • Turn map and UTM selection UI into TfFrameProperty.
  • Simplify UTM frame mode integration.
  • Improved map transform type wording.
  • Added UTM frame mode.
  • Added option to configure the map frame.
  • Added missing header file

3.0.3 (2021-01-19)

  • Pragmatic URI check
  • Enable catkin_lint in CI
  • Enable ros industrial CI
  • Update maintainer info

3.0.2 (2020-10-13)

  • Fix time synchronization of NavSat transform lookup

3.0.1 (2020-08-03)

  • Fix cleanup bug breaking the navsat-tile transforms (#84, #85)

3.0.0 (2020-05-26)

  • Code cleanup (#76, #75)
  • Remove the \'resolution\' property (#74)
  • Fix frame jitter by splitting map and fixed-frame transforms (#56)
  • Cleanup cmake (#70)
  • Remove NED and NWU frame conversion options

2.0.0 (2020-04-17)

  • Drop Qt4 support

1.3.0 (2020-04-17)

  • Fix setting the fixed frame
  • Fix race when reading the blocks property
  • Set tile fetching preference to cache
  • Remove the robot frame property. Instead use the frame from the NavSatFix topic
  • Fix demo.launch
  • Fix uninitialized variable

1.2.0 (2019-03-07)

  • Rewrite of the tile loader
  • Display an error if the tile server is invalid
  • Move map towards the robot\'s z-position
  • Use XDG cache path for caching tiles
  • Incorporate orientation of tile frame when rendering map

1.1.0 (2018-12-04)

  • Integrate package version via CMake
  • Detect Qt 5 automatically, adding support for ROS Lunar, Melodic, et al
  • Remove unused opencv linking

1.0.0 (2018-11-08)

  • Initial release

Wiki Tutorials

See ROS Wiki Tutorials for more details.

Source Tutorials

Not currently indexed.

Dependant Packages

No known dependants.

Messages

No message files found.

Services

No service files found

Plugins

Recent questions tagged rviz_satellite at Robotics Stack Exchange