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Record route

Updated: Dec 20, 2019

Before you get started

Before recording the route, please relocalize Nimbo to confirm that Nimbo's current location is accurate. Make sure you already have a map selected on your Remote control. Do not walk through long hallway when you record a new map or route.


Creating a route

1. Launch Nimbo's remote control in Turing app, Tap "Mode" on the top left hand corner and switch to the "Control" mode.

2. In the upper right hand corner of the screen (under the Connection toggle bar), you will see a "Mapping" option. Tap on the green text next to "Mapping."

3. Tap "Record Route" from the pop-up menu.

5. When you are ready to start recording, click "Record" on the center screen pop-up.

6. Use the joystick to navigate Nimbo through the route of your choice.

7. Add waypoints /action point along the route, this is how the robot will know where to patrol. Tap "Add/ Action Point" in the bottom right hand menu at each location you wish to add a point. If you want to remove a point on the route, you can click "Undo" on the menu.

In most cases, it is recommended to add a route point whenever Nimbo is navigating through a tight space or any pivot point on the route (ie: turning around a corner or moving around a stationary object).

8. Once you want to finish the your path, move Nimbo close to the route's starting point.

9. Tap the "Finish" option in the bottom righthand menu. Once the route is completed, the last point will automatically connect to the start point to close the patrol route for Nimbo. The starting point will appear as a red dot.


Action Point

The action point is the feature that set in the Record Route

Action point can be placed along the route. By setting the action point, Nimbo will record a short video or take picture at designated location.


Record Photo

1. Starting to record route, the right concern at the bottom will show a window with options, press " Add Action Point" to start the route.

2. Click "add action"

3. The selection of action will pop up. Click "photo" as the red bar shows.

4. Please turn on the video when you adjust the angle of the camera ( Nimbo' s head pose can be adjusted by moving Pitch and Yaw). 

5. After adjusting to the best angle of the picture, click add.

6. The message of  “Please enter the name of the waypoint" will show up, please enter a name for this waypoint. So you can easily find this picture by searching the name when Nimbo uploads pictures to the monitoring service dashboard.

7. After entering the name, please click next to build out action points (a blue dot will show on that map) of the route. If you want to remove a point on the route, you can click "Undo" on the menu.

Here is the GIF of how to use an action point feature.















Record Video

1. The selection of action will pop up. Click "photo" as the red bar shows.

2. Please turn on the video when you adjust the angle of the camera ( Nimbo' s head pose can be adjusted by moving Pitch and Yaw). 

3. Please enter the time of the video

4. The message of  “Please enter the name of the waypoint" will show up, please enter a name for this waypoint. so you can easily find this picture when Nimbo upload pictures to the monitoring service dashboard whenever Nimbo patrol pass by this point.

5. After entering the name, please click next to build out action points of the route. If you want to remove a point on the route, you can click "Undo" on the menu.

Here is the GIF of how to use an action point feature.





























Route Example

While recording the route, you can combine action point and waypoint together. The blue point represents the action point and the green point represents the waypoint.


Monitoring Service dashboard

All the pictures and video record by Nimbo will be upload to Monitoring Service dashboard

1. please log in on the https://guard.turingvideo.com/signin

2.  Click "Inspection" on the left concern.

3. Choose the robot to view the record video and pictures.