For outdoor robotics, one of the key capabilities for autonomous use-cases is GPS Waypoint Navigation.

If you’re unfamiliar with the term, GPS Waypoint Navigation is the ability to provide a robot with a set of GPS waypoints (i.e., a set of latitude / longitude pairs), and have the robot autonomously navigate from its current location to each of the defined waypoints. An added bonus would be not bumping into anything along the way.

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