Hello, I would like to use my custom world in a simulation.
With ROS1 and mavros is straightforward and I can do it, but how can I do it with
make px4_sitl_default gazebo-classic
I have try with the standard PX4 worlds and I can use them like
make px4_sitl_default gazebo-classic__wharehouse
But if I try with another one like simple_obstacle.world from the PX4-Avoidance package I get the following error:
ninja: error: unknown target 'gazebo-classic_iris__simple_obstacle'
make: *** [Makefile:227: px4_sitl_default] Error 1
I have use this command:
make px4_sitl_default gazebo-classic_iris__simple_obstacle
and I have add (after PX4 model generation) the files in the worlds and models PX4-Avoidance folders inside the PX4 respective ones.
What is the correct procedure to use custom worlds?
Have you added your custom world to the list of targets?
Thanks I was missing that part!
Hey I am having a similar issue, except I am not using gazebo-classic, I’m using gz. I put my custom world to the worlds directory, but I cannot find the list of targets cmake file for gz. Do you have any idea where this file exists? Or if there is a different step that i am missing?
According to the documentation on adding new worlds and models, all you should need is to add the sdf to the gz worlds directory. No need to modify a cmake file like with gazebo-classic.
You may need to specify the world using the environment variable
PX4_GZ_WORLD in your make command. For example:
PX4_GZ_WORLD=custom make px4_sitl gz_x500
Though it seems
make px4_sitl gz_x500_custom should also work.