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Natasha Dsouza authored 2019-06-28 15:45 . Docs: Apollo 5.0 update

Apollo 5.0 Quick Start Guide

The following guide serves as a user manual for launching the Apollo upgraded software and hardware stack on vehicle.

The the latest Apollo upgrade, Quick Start Guide focuses on the new features. For general Apollo concepts, please refer to Apollo 3.5 Quick Start


Calibration Guide

Apollo currently offers a robust calibration service to support your calibration requirements from LiDARs to IMU to Cameras. This service is currently being offered to select partners only. If you would like to learn more about the calibration service, please reach out to us via email: apollopartner@baidu.com

Hardware and Software Installation

The Hardware setup for Apollo 5.0 remains the same as Apollo 3.5, please refer to Apollo 3.5 Hardware and System Installation Guide for the steps to install the hardware components and the system software, as well as Apollo Software Installation Guide.

Dreamview Usage Table

For questions regarding Dreamview icons refer to the Dreamview Usage Table. For questions regarding Dreamland and the scenario editor, please visit our Dreamland Introduction guide

Onboard Test

  1. Plug-in an external hard-drive to any available USB port in the host machine

  2. Turn on the vehicle, and then the host machine

  3. Launch the Dev Docker Container

  4. Launch DreamView

    Note: Use your favorite browser to access Dreamview web service in your host machine browser with URL http://localhost:8888

  5. Select Mode, Vehicle and Map

    Note: You'll be required to setup profile before doing anything else. Click the dropdown menu to select Navigation mode, the HDMap and vehicle you want to use. The lists are defined in HMI config file

    Note: It's also possible to change the profile on the right panel of the HMI, but just remember to click Reset All on the top-right corner to restart the system

  6. Start the Modules.

    Click the Setup button

    Go to Module Controller tab, check if all modules and hardware are ready (Note: In your offline environment, the hardware modules such as GPS, CANBus, Velodyne, Camera and Radar cannot be brought up) (Note: You may need to drive around a bit to get a good GPS signal)

  7. Under Default Routing select your desired route

  8. Under Tasks click Start Auto. (Note: Be cautious when starting the autonomous driving, you should now be in autonomous mode)

  9. After the autonomous testing is complete, under Tasks click Reset All, close all windows and shutdown the machine

  10. Remove the hard drive

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