Community meeting: Multibeam sonar / Ignition Physics (Mar 2022)

Community meeting: Multibeam sonar / Ignition Physics (Mar 2022)

Hi, community! :gazebo:

Next week we’re excited to have two speakers from Asia presenting at the community meeting! This means the meeting time will be a bit different from usual, but rest assured that it will be recorded in case you can’t make it.

Multibeam Forward Looking Sonar

Woensug Choi is part of the team developing the Gazebo-classic-based underwater simulator DAVE. This meeting, Woensug will go over the work they’ve done to implement Multibeam Forward Looking Sonars to aid in underwater manipulation. Here are some resources for you to check until the meeting:

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Ignition Physics

Michael Grey (@grey) will tell us all about Ignition Physics, an abstract physics interface designed to support simulation and rapid development of robot applications. Because there’s not a single physics engine that’s universally best for all simulation contexts, Ignition Physics facilitates the support of different sets of features according to each physics engine’s capabilities. Thanks to Ignition Physics, Gazebo can be used with DART, Bullet, TPE, or any physics engine that you choose. Check out the resources below before the talk:

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Meeting details

:clock3: Date: 2022-03-31T00:00:00Z

:desktop_computer: Place: Virtual at Google Meet

:calendar: Event: Ignition community calendar

:mag_right: Topic: Multibeam sonar / Ignition Physics

:spiral_notepad: Agenda: Everyone is welcome to add items to the agenda.


As always, the meeting will be recorded and posted to the community meetings playlist on the GazeboSim YouTube channel. Check out the playlist for past meetings!


Are you doing anything interesting with Gazebo? Show it off to the community! Send me a private message so we can figure out the best date.

Do you want to see some specific topic covered? Please comment below!

See you then!

:gazebo: Simulation Development Team :gazebo:

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Recording is now up.

https://vimeo.com/694575881