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Version: 1.0
ID: urn:jaus:jss:mobility:LocalWaypointDriver
Inherits From:
extended byurn:jaus:jss:core:Management v1.1
extended byurn:jaus:jss:core:AccessControl v1.1
extended byurn:jaus:jss:core:Events v1.1
extended byurn:jaus:jss:core:Transport v1.0

The function of the Local Waypoint Driver is to move the platform given a single target waypoint, desired travel speed, current platform pose and current velocity state. A single waypoint is provided via the Set Local Waypoint message. The waypoint remains unchanged until a new Set Local Waypoint message is received. A waypoint consists of the desired position and orientation of the platform. The second input consists of the desired travel speed. The desired travel speed remains unchanged unless a new Set Travel Speed Message is received. The travel speed may then be changed at any time during waypoint navigation. The travel speed is reset to zero for all transitions from the Ready State.

Internal Event Set

Message Set
Message ID Name
240Dh QueryLocalWaypoint
440Dh ReportLocalWaypoint
040Dh SetLocalWaypoint

State Machine Diagram

LocalWaypointDriver State Machine Diagram
State Transitions
Label Transition Trigger Conditional Actions
C LwdControlledLoop SetLocalWaypoint isControllingClient setLocalWaypoint
A LwdDefaultLoop QueryTravelSpeed sendReportTravelSpeed
QueryLocalWaypoint sendReportLocalWaypoint
B LwdReadyLoop SetTravelSpeed isControllingClient && waypointExists setLwdTravelSpeed

Action Name Type Description
resetLwdTravelSpeed Exit Action
sendReportLocalWaypoint Send Action Output Message: ReportLocalWaypoint
sendReportTravelSpeed Send Action Output Message: ReportTravelSpeed

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