Robotics

Whether you’re starting in the lab or already in production, Canonical can help manage the complexity of the open-source software underpinning your robot’s brains and personality.

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Robot development made easy with Husarion CORE2-ROS running Ubuntu

by Guest on 12 July 2017

This is the first in a series of two posts by guest blogger; Dominik Nowak, CEO at Husarion. We’ve seen many breakthroughs happening in the IT industry over...

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Ubuntu Core: Making a factory image with private snaps

by Kyle Fazzari on 11 July 2017

This is a follow-up to the ROS prototype to production on Ubuntu Core series to answer a question I received: “What if I want to make an image for the...

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The Turtlebot 3 has launched

by Kyle Fazzari on 31 May 2017

If you’re familiar with ROS (Robot Operating System), chances are you’re also familiar with the Turtlebot. The first version of the Turtlebot was created back...

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ROS production: create Ubuntu Core image with snap preinstalled [5/5]

by Kyle Fazzari on 9 May 2017

This is the fifth (and final) blog post in this series about ROS production. In the previous post we created a gadget snap to allow confined access to the...

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ROS production: obtaining confined access to the Turtlebot [4/5]

by Kyle Fazzari on 27 April 2017

This is the fourth blog post in this series about ROS production. In the previous post we created a snap of our prototype, and released it into the store. In...

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ROS production: our prototype as a snap [3/5]

by Kyle Fazzari on 21 April 2017

This is the third blog post in this series about ROS production. In the previous post we came up with a simple ROS prototype. In this post we’ll package that...

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ROS production: our prototype [2/5]

by Kyle Fazzari on 13 April 2017

This is the second blog post in this series about ROS production. In the previous post we discussed why Ubuntu Core was a good fit for production robotics. In...

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RobotCheers uses Ubuntu to create hospitality robots

by Canonical on 11 April 2017

Meet Spiro. Spiro greets you after a long day of travel, answers questions related to your stay and can give you a guided tour – in essence, all that a hotel...

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From ROS prototype to production on Ubuntu Core

by Kyle Fazzari on 6 April 2017

My background is pretty heavily littered with robotics. A natural side effect of this is that I’ve published numerous posts discussing snaps, Ubuntu Core, and...

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Award-winning drone technology with Ubuntu

by Amrisha Prashar on 27 January 2017

The market for drones is exploding as businesses and individuals embrace them. The global market for commercial applications of drone technology will balloon...

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Jamming with Ubuntu Core

by April Wang on 7 December 2016

We celebrated the launch of Ubuntu Core 16 hackathon, or shall we say Snapathon, that took place in Shenzhen between 26-27th November. The 30+ hour gathering...

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Ubuntu IoT vertical pages

by Amrisha Prashar on 3 November 2016

Ubuntu has long been used across various areas of IoT: robotics, digital signage and edge gateways. To celebrate this presence we’ve built dedicated pages...