Implementation and Reconfiguration of Robot Operating System on Human Follower Transporter Robot

Authors

  • Addythia Saphala Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology Swiss German University
  • Prianggada Indra Tanaya Dept. of Industrial Engineering Faculty of Engineering

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21512/commit.v9i2.1646

Keywords:

Robot Operating System (ROS), Human Follower Transporter Robot, Simultaneous Localization and Mapping, Robot Navigation

Abstract

Robotic Operation System (ROS) is an im- portant platform to develop robot applications. One area of applications is for development of a Human Follower Transporter Robot (HFTR), which  can  be  considered  as a custom mobile robot utilizing differential driver steering method and equipped with Kinect sensor. This study discusses the development of the robot navigation system by implementing Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM).

Author Biographies

Addythia Saphala, Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology Swiss German University

Department of Mechatronics

Prianggada Indra Tanaya, Dept. of Industrial Engineering Faculty of Engineering

Dean

Faculty of Engineering

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Published

2015-10-31