argos::CCI_RangeAndBearingSensor::SPacket Struct Reference

#include <ci_range_and_bearing_sensor.h>

Collaboration diagram for argos::CCI_RangeAndBearingSensor::SPacket:

Public Member Functions

 SPacket ()
 

Public Attributes

Real Range
 
CRadians HorizontalBearing
 
CRadians VerticalBearing
 The vertical bearing is defined as the angle between the local robot XY plane and the message source position, i.e., the elevation in math jargon. More...
 
CByteArray Data
 

Detailed Description

Definition at line 28 of file ci_range_and_bearing_sensor.h.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

argos::CCI_RangeAndBearingSensor::SPacket::SPacket ( )

Definition at line 83 of file ci_range_and_bearing_sensor.cpp.

Member Data Documentation

CByteArray argos::CCI_RangeAndBearingSensor::SPacket::Data

Definition at line 39 of file ci_range_and_bearing_sensor.h.

CRadians argos::CCI_RangeAndBearingSensor::SPacket::HorizontalBearing

Definition at line 30 of file ci_range_and_bearing_sensor.h.

Real argos::CCI_RangeAndBearingSensor::SPacket::Range

Definition at line 29 of file ci_range_and_bearing_sensor.h.

CRadians argos::CCI_RangeAndBearingSensor::SPacket::VerticalBearing

The vertical bearing is defined as the angle between the local robot XY plane and the message source position, i.e., the elevation in math jargon.

This is different from the inclination, which is the angle between the azimuth vector (robot local Z axis) and the vector to the message source. Elevation = 90 degrees - Inclination.

Definition at line 38 of file ci_range_and_bearing_sensor.h.