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    Simulate error model in virtual environment

    Hi to all!

    I want to know if there is a software in which I can implement the errors dues to known sources and simulate a SBL (Short Baseline) localization system with 4 beacon and 1 underwater vehicle.

    Is Gazebo ok for this purpose? Or Unity?

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    Re: Simulate error model in virtual environment

    Unity just lets you render things in 3D; you have to implement all of the errors and localizations yourself.
    Gazebo would probably have slightly more support for what you want to do, but you'd still have to build a reasonable amount of code to do it.
    So the answer is: "yes, either can work, and both require you to do signifiant work yourself."

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