Announcing the NavAbility Tutorials
We’re excited to announce the NavAbility tutorials, which demonstrate how real-world robot navigation challenges (like false loop-closures and distributing computations) are addressed using the NavAbility platform.
The tutorials are designed to be:
- Zero-footprint examples that should take about 15 minutes to take you from problem definition to results and analysis
- Easily run in a browser in a JupyterHub Notebook but feel free to pull the code to your local machine
- Quickly digested with our accompanying YouTube videos
- Open to everyone without logins – all tutorials will always be available and can be run at any time using our guest account
Note: The cloud solving is done with a community-level version of our solver, so they may take a few moments to run. Reach out to us either by email or on Slack if you’d prefer to use a high-performance solver.
We’ll continue to grow the library of tutorials in the coming months. If you have any questions or suggestions please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Subscribe to our newsletter to keep up to date with new tutorials!