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rbonghi/README.md

Hello There! General Kenobi!

I'm Raffaello Bonghi an 🇮🇹 Italian enthusiastic 🤖 robotics engineer, born in the eternal city of 🛵 Rome and now I'm living in 🇬🇧 England.

I studied systems automation and robotics at 👨‍🎓 University of Rome La Sapienza and 👨‍🎓 Universite Paris-Sud, but I always made robots and open-source projects!

🐆 Panther

Panther is an outdoor tracked robot, with a ZED2 stereocamera and an NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier, this robot can interact with all objects around it. It's an AGV platform ROS based for Outdoor and Indoor enviroments.

🦕 nanosaur

nanosaur is a little tracked robot ROS2 enabled, made for an NVIDIA Jetson

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  1. 📊 Simple package for monitoring and control your NVIDIA Jetson [Xavier NX, Nano, AGX Xavier, TX1, TX2]

    Python 1.5k 191

  2. 🦕 nanosaur is a little tracked robot ROS2 enabled, made for an NVIDIA Jetson Nano

    Shell 150 19

  3. 🐆 Panther is an Open Robotic AGV platform ROS based for Outdoor and Indoor enviroments.

    Python 82 27

  4. 🌐 A ROS WEB console to control remotely your robot. Based with robotwebtools.

    JavaScript 66 26

  5. ⚙️ Driver for Roboteq devices using ros_control

    C++ 33 12

  6. jetson_easy Public

    🔩 Automatically script to setup and configure your NVIDIA Jetson [Nano, Xavier, TX2i, TX2, TX1, TK1] . This script run different modules to update, fix and patch the kernel, install ROS and other...

    Shell 252 43

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