GO1 Quadruped Tutorials¶
This package supplies Sphinx-based tutorial content to assist you with setting up and operating your GO1 quadruped robot. The tutorials topics are listed in the left column, and presented in the suggested reading order.
Fastest running speed of 4.7m/s (10.5mph, close to the speed of professional long-distance runners)
ISS intelligent accompanying system, patented wireless vector positioning and control technology
vSSS super sense system, 5 groups of fisheye binocular depth perception + fisheye AI perception + 3 groups of ultrasonic
Built-in super AI computing power with 16-core top CPU + GPU (384Core, 1.5TFLOPS)
These tutorials assume that you are comfortable working with ROS. We recommend starting with our ROS tutorial if you are not familiar with ROS already.
Simulation is a logical place for most users to start, as this is universally applicable; understanding how to effectively operate GO1 in simulation is valuable whether you are in the testing phase with software you intend to ultimately deploy on a real GO1, or you do not have one and are simply exploring the platform’s capabilities.
Navigation is a follow-on to what is learned in the simulation tutorial, as navigation and map-making may be run in the simulated environment. However, this content is applicable to both the simulator and the real platform, if equipped with a laser scanner or lidar.
The remainder of the subjects are more applicable to the real robot, and have to do with configuring, using, and maintaining the platform. If you are a lab administrator rather than direct platform user, you may wish to skip the introductory chapters and jump straight to these ones.