maliput_multilane is an implementation of Maliput's API that allows users to
instantiate a road network with the following relevant characteristics:
- Multiple Lanes are allowed per Segment.
- Constant width Lanes.
- Segments with lateral asphalt extensions, aka shoulders.
- Line and Arc base geometries, composed with cubic elevation and superelevation polynomials.
- Semantic Builder API.
- YAML based map description.
- Adjustable linear tolerance.
The number of lanes and their lengths, widths, and shoulder widths are all user specifiable.
Note: For full information about Maliput please visit Maliput Documentation.
maliput_multilane provides several map resources at maliput_multilane/resources.
These resources are YAML files that contains a description for the road geometry creation.
Some of them, also describe
maliput's road network information like: Range Value Rules, Discrete Value Rules, Traffic Lights, Phase Rings, Intersections, etc.
Resources are installed natively, so the users are able to use them for their own interest.
In order to get the installation path check the environment variable:
Getting Started page is a good place for starting to see Maliput's capabilities and how to use a Maliput backend for getting a road network.
maliput_integration: Concentrates applications created for maliput. See maliput_integration's tutorials. These applications allow to select
maliput_multilaneas the backend.
maliput_multilaneis used extensively for the maliput integration tests.
Ubuntu Focal Fossa 20.04 LTS.
Binary Installation on Ubuntu
See Installation Docs.
Source Installation on Ubuntu
sudo apt install python3-rosdep python3-colcon-common-extensions
- Create colcon workspace if you don't have one yet.
mkdir colcon_ws/src -p
- Clone this repository in the
cd colcon_ws/src git clone https://github.com/maliput/maliput_multilane.git
- Install package dependencies via
rosdep update rosdep install -i -y --rosdistro $ROS_DISTRO --from-paths src
- Build the package
colcon build --packages-up-to maliput_multilane
**Note**: To build documentation a `-BUILD_DOCS` cmake flag is required:
colcon build --packages-select maliput_multilane --cmake-args " -DBUILD_DOCS=On"
More info at [Building Documentation](https://maliput.readthedocs.io/en/latest/developer_guidelines.html#building-the-documentation).
For further info refer to Source Installation on Ubuntu
It is recommended to follow the guidelines for setting up a development workspace as described here.
Please see CONTRIBUTING page.