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Higher-level navigation capabilities
MongoDB tools for storing and analysing runs of ROS systems.
A MORSE-based simulation for the STRANDS project
Social media apps for e.g. twitter
All components for the STRANDS AAF deployment
ROS Navigation stack. Code for finding where the robot is and how it can get somewhere else.
all the basic HRI packages we are going to use
long-term detection, tracking and recognition of people
Tutorial material for working with the STRANDS executive planning framework.
Qualitative Spatial Relations library
Docker configurations for STRANDS ROS systems
ROS package for reading continuous data output of the SICK S300 Professional laser scanner. Supports both the old (v.1.02) and the new (v.1.03) protocol
This package contains robot-specific definitions of the SCITOS robot such as the URDF description of the robot's kinematics and dynamics and 3D models of robot components.
Project specific apps and tools
Applications that can be run on the robot hardware and in simulation.
High-level control scripts for managing robot behaviours (typically via strands_executive).
Executive control code for STRANDS robots.
A view planning enviorment for robots
Apply qualitative spatial temporal relationships between detected trajectories and static objects, per ROI.
Package to wrap Twitter Bootstrap for inclusion in ROS Webtools projects
User interfaces for the robots.
Utility package containing nodes that are useful in a number of STRANDS contexts.
An interface to access the real and/or simulated robot via web applications
Perception for tabletops
Repository for generating, learning, testing models of QSRs etc.
contains package of different web interfaces
A repository for all the STRANDS-augmented movebase, including 3D obstacle avoidance, etc.
Information-driven spatio-temporal exploration
Data tools that read and produce QSRs via QSRlib