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Robotics archives

131 posts

A look into Ubuntu Core 24: Robotics telemetry for your fleet

By Gabriel Aguiar Noury, 5 June 2024

Welcome to this blog series which explores innovative uses of Ubuntu Core. Throughout this series, Canonical’s Engineers will show what you can build with...

Canonical brings Ubuntu and ROS to NVIDIA Jetson Orin, providing stability to robotics and AI Development

By Gabriel Aguiar Noury, 18 October 2023

The intersection of software and hardware is crucial in driving advancements in robotics and artificial intelligence (AI). Canonical and NVIDIA are...

Discover the future of Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMR) with Canonical and Husarion at ROSCon 2023

By Gabriel Aguiar Noury, 17 October 2023

At a time when Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMR) keep rapidly reshaping industries like logistics and manufacturing, we’re thrilled to introduce you to our...

AMD Kria™ KR260 Robotics Starter Kit and Ubuntu: An exploration into future robotics development

By Gabriel Aguiar Noury, 11 October 2023

The robotics field is constantly evolving, and with AMD and Canonical’s collaboration, the trajectory towards a more adaptable and efficient robotics...

Do more with Vulcanexus snaps; your all-in-one ROS 2 toolset

By Gabriel Aguiar Noury, 3 August 2023

eProsima’s advanced toolset for ROS 2 is now available in the Snap Store A surprise is awaiting all ROS developers in the Snap Store with the release of the...

ROS architectures with snaps

By gbeuzeboc, 15 June 2023

Choosing the right architecture can be hard, but we want to help. In this blog, we’ll look at different architectures and their pros and cons. We’ll also show...

ROS development on Linux, Windows and macOS

By Jeremie Deray, 5 May 2023

Historically ROS has been developed on top of Ubuntu, relying on the distribution as a stable base providing tools (like GCC, CMake, Python to name a few) and...

Optimise your ROS snap – Part 6

By gbeuzeboc, 27 April 2023

Welcome to Part 6 of our “Optimise your ROS snap” blog series. Make sure to check Part 5. This sixth and final part will  summarise every optimisation that we...

Optimise your ROS snap – Part 5

By gbeuzeboc, 24 April 2023

Welcome to Part 5 of our “Optimise your ROS snap” blog series. Make sure to check Part 4. This fifth part is going to cover two different optimisations. The...

Optimise your ROS snap – Part 4

By gbeuzeboc, 21 April 2023

Welcome to Part 4 of our “optimise your ROS snap” blog series. Make sure to check Part 3 before. This fourth part is going to explain what dynamic library...

Optimise your ROS snap – Part 3

By gbeuzeboc, 17 April 2023

Welcome to Part 3 of our “optimise your ROS snap” blog series. Make sure to check Part 2. This third part is going to present safe optimisations consisting of...

Optimise your ROS snap – Part 2

By gbeuzeboc, 11 April 2023

Welcome to Part 2 of the “optimise your ROS snap” blog series. Make sure to check Part 1 before reading this blog post. This second part is going to present...

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