Husky UGV Tutorials¶
These tutorials have been superceded. Find the latest Husky tutorials at docs.clearpathrobotics.com.
Husky is a rugged, outdoor-ready unmanned ground vehicle (UGV), suitable for research and rapid prototyping applications. Husky fully supports ROS—all of the packages are available in the Husky github org.
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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.
These tutorials specifically target Husky robots running Ubuntu 20.04 with ROS Noetic, as it is the standard OS environment for Husky. If instead you have an older Husky robot running Ubuntu 18.04 with ROS Melodic, please follow this tutorial to upgrade its OS environment to Ubuntu 20.04 with ROS Noetic.
- Backing Up Husky Configuration
- Install and Configure Husky Software
- Setting Up Husky’s Network
- Customize Husky Configuration
- Installing a Jetson TX2
- Installing a Jetson Nano
- Installing a Jetson Xavier AGX