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Introduction to the Nimbo App

Nimbo's status screen

ID: Nimbo's identification number. You can also find in on the label attached to your Robox next to the QR code, and on the label attached to the side of Nimbo.


Version: The current software version of installed on Nimbo.


Nimbo IP: Nimbo's IP address.


Remote Control: This shows the connection status between your iOS device and Nimbo. If connected, the dot will turn green. A yellow dot indicates that your iOS device is not connected to the robot.


Robox: This shows the connection status between the Robox and the Nimbo. A green dot indicates a successful connection between the Robox and Nimbo, and a yellow dot indicates the Robox is disconnected from Nimbo. (Note: if the point is consistently red, please check the network and re-launch the Nimbo app or reboot Nimbo.)


Slam: This indicates whether the Robox is successfully connected to the Slam server - which is the software that allows Nimbo to localize itself and patrol autonomously. A green dot indicates a successful connection, and a yellow dot indicates the Robox is disconnected from the Slam server. (Note: if the point is consistently red, please check the network and re-launch the Nimbo app or reboot Nimbo.)


Location: This indicates whether Nimbo has successfully localized in its environment. The point will turn green if localization is successful, otherwise it will turn yellow or red. Note: when Nimbo is in a new environment, the dot will be red until you record a map of the new area.


Config connection: This indicate whether nimbo is connected to config server. The server allows user to use the web dashboard to remote control Nimbo. A green dot indicate a successful connection between server and Nimbo. A yellow dot indicates the server is disconnected from Nimbo.


Mode: Nimbo's current motion mode (ie: Patrol or Idle)


Battery: This represents Nimbo's current battery level.


Lidar: This indicates whether your lidar sensor has successfully connected to Nimbo. The point will turn green if the connection is successful, otherwise it will turn yellow.


RGBD: This indicates the status of the object avoidance camera located below Nimbo's head. A green dot indicates the camera is operating normally, and a yellow or red dot indicates an error has an occurred (if you see this, restart Nimbo to resolve the issue).



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