You are part of the flight control crew tasked with landing a space rover on the surface of an asteroid to study the elements that make it up. One hour before landing, the satellite carrying the space rover loses its distance and speed gauges while on a collision course with the asteroid. The only system that remains operational is the satellite's camera. Will you and the rest of the flight control team be able to find a solution so that the mission will not have to be abandoned; The workshop is an introduction to computer vision with the python language through an interactive problem. Very few elements of robotics are involved which are part of solving the above problem.
18:00 - 19:30
In order for participants to follow the steps of the workshop, they must have installed on their personal computer a version of python (> 3.9, suggested 3.10.10). For this, depending on the operating system of each:
Windows: Suggested tutorial.
Linux: in terminal: sudo apt install python 3
Once you have installed python, it would be good to do the following check: In an open terminal you write the following commands:python --version or python 3 --version The above should display a message similar to the following:Python 3. xx. xx where xx. xx will be the version of python you installed.
Then they run the following command:pip --version or pip 3 --version If this command displays a message that looks something like this:pip 20.0.2 from /home/user/... then you don't need anything further. If not, then you should, depending on your operating system, follow one of the following:
Windows: Please follow the steps from the tutorial.
Linux: in terminal: sudo apt install python3-pip
Organisers: IEEE NTUA SB-Robotics & Automation Society