Jetson Nano Robot | Hackaday

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[Stevej52] likes to build things you can’t buy, and this Jetson Nano robot falls well within that category. Reading the project details, you might think [Stevej52] drinks too much coffee.  But we think he is just excited to have successfully pulled off the Herculean task of integrating over a dozen hardware and software modules.  Very briefly, he is running Ubuntu and ROS on the PC and Nano. It is all tied together with Python code, and is using Modbus over IP to solve a problem getting joystick data to the Nano. We like it when existing, standard protocols can be used because it frees the designer to focus more on the application. Modbus has been around for 40 years, has widespread support in many languages and platforms.

This is an ongoing project, and we look forward to seeing more updates and especially some video of it in action. With the recent release of a price-reduced Jetson Nano, which we covered last week, this might be an excellent project to take on.

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