In this video, you see a demonstration of how easy it is to integrate a ROS-based robot like Boston Dynamics SPOT in the OTTO fleet manager.
This video series, sponsored by Redhat, covers the origins and growth of the Robot Operating System (ROS) from the Stanford Engineering lab, to Willow Garage.
ADLINK Technology announces a strategic investment in Minnesota based Rover Robotics. The companies are joining forces together on ROS2 products based on Data Distribution Service (DDS) and industrial robotic controllers.
MOV.AI, a collaborative robotics software company, with roots in ROS development, raises $4M in Series A Funding.
The SPOT ROS Package, a collaboration between Boston Dynamics and Clearpath Robotics.
Botnuvo announced last week that they have decloaked and that they are launching a new autonomous mobile robot platform targeted at researchers, educators, and developers.
Botnuvo delivers a turnkey research platform which fully supports ROS. Researchers will have open source access to the deepest levels of robot control, with the exception of the motor control firmware.
The AI Index 2018 Annual Report, released this week, reported that the number of unique robot operating system (ROS) binary packages downloaded from ROS.org has increased by 567% since 2014. ROS is the most popular operating system for mobile robot solutions used commercially and in research operations. The data over the period 2011-2018 is shown…