Optimisation of a 3D robot simulator


As part of a partnership with the company Noovelia Inc. (Quebec, Canada) which designs and produces line follower AGVs. Our team’s mission is to offer a fully autonomous navigation solution for industrial AGVs.

In this context, multiple topics are proposed for mid-to long-term internships. We aim to offer a stimulating environment, working on high-tech robotic platforms as real industrial AGVs with the latest high-tech sensors (SICK Lidars, Microstrains IMUs…). The following internship proposals are broad so that they can be discussed and oriented depending on candidate profile and project requirement.

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    Simulated environments are commonly used to address the different challenges of the mobile robotics field. In order to address these problems, we test the solution in a simulated environment before testing it on the real robot. In collaboration with the team, the internship’s objective is to improve the simulation tools and the model of our robot. By improving the simulated environment, it will reduce the gap with the reality in a controlled virtual environment. After the first phase of implementation and experimentation, integration of new solutions such as new sensors will be envisioned.

    Department: Génie électrique ou Génie Mécanique
    Professor: Sousso Kelouwani
    Education: Bachelor's Degree
    Compensation: Scholarship Available

    Required profile

    We are interested in recruiting students for an internship of minimum 6 months.

    • Programming language: C++/Python
    • Tools: ROS, Gazebo, URDF
    • Experience: Strong knowledge and experiences with Gazebo, Knowledge in physics
    • Others: Git, Linux

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