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Milestone 2 - Time to go fast!
The objective of Milestone 2 is for NXP Cup participants to develop their algorithms into the NXP Gazebo simulation environment. Use either the
aim_line_followROS nodes to do so. We already went over how to do this in the last milestone, but now it is time for you all to really hit the ground running and put your algorithms to the test!
Because the simulated car does not have bare PWM outputs, we know that it may be difficult to reach full continuity with your real car. We are aware of this, and will be brainstorming solutions based off of your feedback.
If you're comfortable sharing your code, feel free to fork the
aim_line_followgit repositories and push your changes. We would love to see how you all implement your algorithms and how you manage using ROS2.
For Milestone 1 we asked you all to create a 5 minute video outlining your experience and what we could do to make the installation and initial setup better. For Milestone 2, we would like for you all to make a video showing:
- Screen recording of your fastest lap around the track using simulation time
- Difficulty of implementing your algorithms in the ROS nodes
- Was controlling the car with thrust and steer harder than with the real car?
These things will help us determine our next steps!