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2019-03-15 10:11:34 -0600 answered a question How to make the robot move in gazebo?

I have just looked into your .sdf file and the effort limit for your joints is 0. Can you try to increase it?

2019-02-28 09:33:28 -0600 commented answer How many vertices can Gazebo (ODE) handle?

Have you tested if it happens with other self modelled objects too (that they drop through the table)? Does the bowl jus

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2019-02-28 09:12:57 -0600 commented answer How many vertices can Gazebo (ODE) handle?

I am using a 3D outdoor map (.obj file) with a vehicle model (all parts of the vehicle have complex collision models (.s

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2019-02-18 06:15:05 -0600 answered a question How many vertices can Gazebo (ODE) handle?

For the collision problem I think you have just specified a visual tag for your collada mesh but forgot to set a collisi

2019-02-18 04:50:41 -0600 asked a question Vehicle driven by joint motors does not move when increasing / decreasing speed / steering

Vehicle driven by joint motors does not move when increasing / decreasing speed / steering Hello, I am modeling a vehic

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2019-01-30 11:56:45 -0600 asked a question How to get a colored mesh in gazebo?

How to get a colored mesh in gazebo? Hello, we want to simulate vehicles in our own 3D maps. For this we have the 3D Ma

2019-01-30 07:25:21 -0600 marked best answer High-end system recommendation for vehicle simulations (multi processor vs single processor)

Hello,

I want to purchase a new computer to run vehicle simulations in Gazebo with simulated sensors (especially velodyne sensors, gps, ..).

I would also like to test different 3D mapping and path planning algorithms in ROS. So there will run like five or more nodes which need a lot of calculation.

For my specific application would it be a better idea to get a multi processor system like a Intel Xeon Silver 4114 (to get a good load balancing on two processors with 10 cores each) or to get the best I9 (9900K) with a very high single core speed?

On both systems I would take a strong GPU (like 2080 RTX TI or a Quadro) and 64 GB RAM.

Thank you guys in advance!

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2018-11-14 09:56:08 -0600 asked a question High-end system recommendation for vehicle simulations (multi processor vs single processor)

High-end system recommendation for vehicle simulations (multi processor vs single processor) Hello, I want to purchase