That is ROS on Navio + rqt on the base station. You can develop modules over the network once that you got a working ROS environment. I created ad-hoc ROS packet for the Navio sensor set as you can see in the figure.
putting ROS on a Raspberrypi can be done I have limited experience with ROS but your package to use the NAVIO sensors in ROS look intereseting, could it work together witn APM autopilot?
I am thinking about a layered system were the autopilot sets out the high level goals (waypoints) where to go and ROS would figure out the details between waypoints how to get there… handeling stuff tht is in the way etc etc…
I am having trouble getting my RPi2 to boot with the RT image. I have tried several times formatting SD card, adding image via Win32DiskImager, then putting SD card in RPi and plugging it in. Is there a step I am missing here? I had the original Raspbian image installed from NOOBS and that worked fine.
Has anyone had problems with serial on the RPi2 with the realtime image?
I have a microcontroller that reads RPM and sends it to the Pi over serial using the wiringPi library. Using a RPi B/B+ and the realtime image from Emlid, everything functions as expected. When I moved to the RPi2, the serial no longer works. The oscilloscope shows both TX and RX at a steady 3.3V. The only thing I did when I moved it over to the RPi2 was recompile the code. As a test, I used the Raspbian image provided by the RaspberryPi foundation on the RPi2 and the serial works as expected, so it seems that something about the realtime image is causing the serial to not function properly.
I just Downloaded Raspberry pi real time image from the website. I have few questions. I see it loads to the console. does it come with any graphic interface. if so how to access it ?. Also, what is the default root password. if it can be access it. my last question is that I was trying to compile a c++ program but it was failing (using nano to write the code) it was a simple hello world c++ but when i type quotes it shows the @ symbol and when i try #include . it gives me another symbol instead of the #.
Thanks in advance.