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Price: $15,900.00 Special Order

    Specifications

    • Computer
    • Binocular
    • Camera
    • Transmission Module
    • GPS
    • Autopilot
    • Model: X86
    • Intel Realsense T265
    • Intel Realsense D435 Depth Camera
    • HOMER
    • RTK MODULE
    • Pixhawk 4

    Hardware Features

    The AgileX Autopilot Kit is a hardware & software solution that enables autonomous navigation, path planning, & obstacle avoidance without the need for preloaded maps. The Autopilot Kit comes with the following sensors, devices, & computers: Pixhawk 4 controller, high precision LiDAR, RTK GPS antenna, binocular camera, depth camera, a high-performance computer, & WiFi module.

    Compatible with Scout Mini, Bunker and Scout 2.0.

    Software

    ROS - Robot Operating System (ROS or ros) is an open-source robotics middleware suite. Although ROS is not an operating system but a collection of software frameworks for robot software development, it provides services designed for a heterogeneous computer cluster such as hardware abstraction, low-level device control, implementation of commonly used functionality, message-passing between processes, and package management.

    Gazebo - Gazebo offers the ability to accurately and efficiently simulate populations of robots in complex indoor and outdoor environments. At your fingertips is a robust physics engine, high-quality graphics, and convenient programmatic and graphical interfaces. Best of all, Gazebo is free with a vibrant community. Gazebo simulation packages are provided.

    High-precision 3D Mapping - SLAM can leverage sensors like lidars and depth cameras to construct a map of its environment while accurately tracking its own location. SLAM lets you build a 3D map and display models of unknown enviornments for path planning and obstacle avoidance.


    GPS Waypoint Navigation Without Preloaded Map - Development tools include viz, Gazebo and Nomachine. Communication (Ros) nodes are provided for mapping and navigation.

    Simulation - Autopilot simulation system is based on ROS and Gazebo simulation system,
    providing unmanned vehicle body model, sensor simulation such as 2D lidar,
    3D lidar and depth camera. Currently, it includes the simulation of navigation
    function, RtabMap 3D mapping function, OctoMap 3D mapping function,
    SLAM mapping function.

    Hardware


    On-board Computer - The on-board computer is pre-installed with the Ubuntu 18.04 operating system and ROS Melodic system, and is configured with the ROS function package AMOVCAR, drivers for various sensors, and common development software. It’s connected through wire to the local area network which consists of Homer data and images transmission module.


    Pixhawk 4 Autopilot - Pixhawk 4® is an advanced autopilot designed and made in collaboration with Holybro® and the PX4 team. It is optimized to run PX4 v1.7 and later, and is suitable for academic and commercial developers.


    Binocular Camera - The car-like Ackermann steering geometry allows wheels to turn at different rates, preventing sideways sliding, and improving tire wear and performance.


    Intel Realsense D435 stereo depth camera -
    The Intel® RealSense™ depth camera D435 is a stereo solution, offering quality depth for a variety of applications. It's wide field of view is perfect for applications such as robotics or augmented and virtual reality, where seeing as much of the scene as possible is vitally important. With a range up to 10m, this small form factor camera can be integrated into any solution with ease, and comes complete with our Intel RealSense SDK 2.0 and cross-platform support.


    LDS-50C-3 LiDAR - The near-infrared pulsed laser is used as the light source to emit within nanoseconds, and the laser Safety Can Reach FDA CLASS 1 under the condition of remote objects. It is also equipped with high-performance pulse TOF ranging system. Even under the condition of long-distance objects, the measurement accuracy is still accurate and stable. LIDAR can help the Autopilot achieve accurate obstacle avoidance indoors and outdoors.

    Packages

    Specifications

    LASER RADAR

    • MODEL
    • LASER RANGING TECHNOLOGY
    • MEASURING RADIUS
    • SAMPLING SPEED
    • MEASURING RESOLUTION
    • SCANNING FREQUENCY
    • Rplidar S1
    • TOF
    • ≤40m
    • 9200 times/s
    • ≥1cm
    • 10Hz (8Hz-15Hz adjustable)

    RTK-GPS MODULE

    • SATELLITE SIGNAL TYPES
    • RTK POSITIONING ACCURACY
    • ORIENTATION ACCURACY (RMS)
    • SPEED ACCURACY (RMS)
    • TIME EACCURACY (RMS)
    • DIFFERENTIAL DATA
    • DATA FORMAT
    • DATA UPDATE
    • GPS / BDS /
      GLONASS / QZSS
    • horizontal 10mm +1ppm/vertical 15mm +1ppm
    • (RMS): 0.2° / 1m baseline
    • 0.03m/s
    • 20ns
    • RTCM2.x/3.x CMR CMR+ /
      NMEA-0183、BINEX
    • Femtomes ASCII and Binary format
    • 1Hz / 5Hz / 10Hz / 20Hz( optional)

    PIXHAWK 4 AUTOPILOT

    • FMU PROCESSOR
    • IO PROCESSOR
    • ACCEL/GYROSCOPE
    • ACMEL/GYROSCOPE
    • MAGNETOMETER
    • BAROMETER
    • SERVO GUIDEWAY
    • WEIGHT
    • SIZE
    • GPS
    • STM32 F765
    • STM32 F100
    • ICM-20699
    • BMI055
    • IST8310
    • MS5611
    • 0~36V
    • 158g
    • 44x84x12mm
    • ublox Neo-M8N GPS/GLONASS receiver;
      integrated Magnetometer IST8310

    LDS-50C-3 LiDAR

    • Model
    • Scanning Frequency
    • Horizontal Field Of View
    • Ranging Accuracy
    • Port
    • Reference Weight
    • Working Voltage
    • Power
    • Protection Level
    • Anti-Glare
    • LDS-50C-3
    • 7-15Hz
    • 360°
    • ±30mm
    • Serial Port UART 3.3V
    • 108g
    • 5.1VDC±0.2V
    • ≤2.2W
    • IP5X
    • >80000LX

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