Building robots is a challenging task, even for Husarion, a robotic company known for creating a rapid development platform for robots called CORE2-ROS, which, in combination with the popular Ubuntu OS, makes robot development easy and fun.
Husarion’s Dominik Nowak explains in a recent blog article how CORE2, the company’s second generation robotics controller, and their cloud platform that helps them manage all CORE2-based robots assists those interested in creating robots, using only an SBC (single-board computer) like Raspberry Pi with Ubuntu Linux pre-installed and a real-time microcontroller board.
“Building robots is a challenging task that the Husarion team is trying to make easier,” said Dominik Nowak, CEO at Husarion. “CORE2 combines a real-time microcontroller board and a single board computer running Ubuntu. Ubuntu is the most popular … (read more)