Forums Niryo One Troubleshooting Suggestion: Allow local simulation movement without robot connection

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  • FindingNiryo
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    For teaching it would be nice to be able to allow students to use NiryoOne Studio without being connected to a robot. The move joints and play sequences TABs could be used for learning the interface and testing movements before connecting to the physical robot.

    Edouard Renard
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    Unfortunately that won’t be possible, as NiryoOneStudio is just a graphical interface, there is no robot logic in it. All the “intelligence” is the ROS stack running on the robot.

    But there’s a solution for you: you can start the simulation mode on a x86 PC with Ubuntu, and then connect NiryoOneStudio to this simulation.

    FindingNiryo
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    Post count: 105

    Thank you for the suggestion, and I appreciate your consideration. But for a classroom with twelve students and two robots wouldn’t your approach require at least 10 instances of Ubuntu running simulation? Unless perhaps you have implemented https://niryo.com/forums/topic/remote-control-multiple-niryoone-robots/ allowing each student to control a different robot simulation by port number rather than IP address…

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