TurtleBOT - Open source personal research robot

TurtleBot is a new generation of mobile robots.
Let鈥檚 explore ROS and create exciting applications for education, research and product development.

Robotican is the official distributor of TurtleBOT in Israel

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The TurtleBot is a serie of low-cost research robotic platforms,
without sacrificing capability, functionality or quality.

TurtleBot is a low-cost, personal robot kit with open source software. TurtleBot was created at Willow Garage by Melonee Wise and Tully Foote in November 2010.聽

聽With TurtleBot, you鈥檒l be able to build a robot that can drive around your house, see in 3D, and have enough horsepower to create exciting applications.

For technical information, we recommend visiting the original manufacturer’s website.

There are two generations of TurtleBots in production now: The聽TurtleBot4聽and the聽TurtleBot3.

Raspberry Pi

All turtleBots are equipped with a Raspberry Pi 4 (4B in turtleBot 4) - an insanely popular single-board-computer used by schools and professional robotics companies alike, renowed for it's low cost, modularity, and open design.

Low cost

Aside from the economical advantage, an affordable price creates an accessibility to a vast array of potential costumers, and much better documentation and information online for the developers.

Open Source

TurtleBOT's software is open-source, meaning anyone can have access to read and modify it freely up to it's core functions.

Open Source

The TurtleBot can run SLAM (simultaneous localization and mapping) algorithms to build a map and can drive around your room. It can also be controlled remotely from a laptop, joypad or Android-based smart phone.

Manipulation

The TurtleBot can run SLAM (simultaneous localization and mapping) algorithms to build a map and can drive around your room. It can also be controlled remotely from a laptop, joypad or Android-based smart phone.

Mapping & localization

The TurtleBot can run SLAM (simultaneous localization and mapping) algorithms to build a map and can drive around your room. It can also be controlled remotely from a laptop, joypad or Android-based smart phone.

ROS

The TurtleBot can run SLAM (simultaneous localization and mapping) algorithms to build a map and can drive around your room. It can also be controlled remotely from a laptop, joypad or Android-based smart phone.

Manipulation

TurtleBot's already-impressive navigation features are complimented by it's ability to mount components on itself, allowing it to interact (manipulate) objects in it's sorroundings.

Mapping & localization

The TurtleBot can run SLAM (simultaneous localization and mapping) algorithms to build a map and can drive around your room. It can also be controlled remotely from a laptop, joypad or Android-based smart phone.

ROS

The Robot Operating System (ROS) is an open-source framework that helps researchers and developers build and reuse code between robotics applications.

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TurtleBot 3 Waffle Pi

TurtleBot3 is a ROS standard platform robot. Turtle is derived from the Turtle robot, which was driven by the educational computer programming language Logo in 1967.

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In addition, the turtlesim node, which first appears in the basic tutorial of ROS, is a program that mimics the command system of the Logo turtle program. It is also used to create the Turtle icon as a symbol of ROS. The nine dots used in the ROS logo derived from the back shell of the turtle.

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TurtleBot 3 Waffle

TurtleBot, which originated from the Turtle of Logo, is designed to easily teach people who are new to ROS through TurtleBot as well as to teach computer programming language using Logo. Since then TurtleBot has become the standard platform of ROS, which is the most popular platform among developers and students.

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