Updated 3 Oct 2017
Sim.I.am is a robotics simulator that can be used to learn how to apply controls to mobile robots.
The app is a demo of a multi-agent application, where one robot follows the other robot through a cluttered environment. On-screen instructions are included.
A manual is included to help learn how to work with the simulator. It also provides as set of programming exercises focused on how to implement the mobile robot navigation system (found in the app) from scratch.
Sim.I.am is maintained by the Georgia Robotics and InTelligent (GRITS) Laboratory at the Georgia Institute of Technology. The project page is located at http://gritslab.gatech.edu/projects/robot-simulator.
Jean-Pierre de la Croix (2023). Sim.I.am (https://github.com/jdelacroix/simiam), GitHub. Retrieved .
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This release features a new robot, the QuickBot (from o-botics.org) and revamped programming assignments from the second iteration of the Coursera MOOC, Control of Mobile Robots.
App now launches a multi-agent robot demo, where one robot follows the other robot through a cluttered environment. Added Simulink support, which allows the use of Simulink for designing controllers to be used with the simulator.