TurtleBot3 is a small programmable mobile robot powered by the Robot Operating System (ROS). It carries lidar and 3D sensors and navigates autonomously using simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM).
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Did You Know?
The different TurtleBot 3 models are called "Burger" and "Waffle."
TurtleBot 3's entire body is open source, so you can 3D-print the robot or special parts to make custom design changes.
The name Robotis, the maker of TurtleBot 3, is an answer to the question, "What is a Robot?" A robot is...
Robotis developed the Dynamixel XL430 actuator and OpenCR board especially for TurtleBot 3.
- Modular design, open source (hardware, software, and firmware), SLAM, autonomous navigation.
- 19.2 cm | 7.5 in
- 13.8 cm | 5.4 in
- 17.8 cm | 7 in
- 1 kg | 2.2 lb
- 0.8 km/h | 0.5 mph
- HLDS 360-degrees laser distance sensor
- Dynamixel XL430-W250 servo motors
- 11.1-V 1800-mAh lithium-polymer battery, 2.5 hours of operation
- Compute module with Raspberry Pi 3 Model B. OpenCR board with 32-bit ARM Cortex-M7.
- Robot Operating System (ROS)
- DEGREES OF FREEDOM (DOF)
- ABS plastic and 3D-printed parts
- $549 (TurtleBot 3 Burger)