The simulator profile is similar, again, but in this case you do not need a physical robot. Instead, you will run a simulation of the robot and control this.

Getting Started

On a workstation, install ROS, install the MDK, and then install Gazebo.

You will need a ROS master running on your workstation, so open a window and proceed as follows.

$ roscore ...

You will now be able to run the simulation by following the procedure below in a second window.

$ cd ~/mdk/sim $ ./ ...

Once the simulation is running, you can control the simulated robot much as you would the physical robot, by proceeding as follows in a third window.

$ cd ~/mdk/bin/shared $ ./ yaw ...

Note the limitations of the simulator versus the physical robot.