WDL Systems Distributes ROS 2 Robotics Solutions by ADLINK
ROS 2 is the Future of Industrial Robotics
The Robot Operating System (ROS and ROS 2) is a set of software libraries and tools for building robot applications. From drivers to state-of-the-art algorithms, and with powerful developer tools, ROS has what you need for your next robotics project. And it’s all open source.
ADLINK's ROS 2 Robotics Solutions allow users to develop complex robotic applications with minimal investment outlay, while simultaneously enjoying the various AI engines, development environments, flexible hardware systems, and evolving Data Distribution Service.
ADLINK’s ROScube for ROS 2 Robotics Solutions:
Powerful AI Computing for Intelligent Robotics Development
ROScube-X from ADLINK, is powered by the Xavier module and features an integrated NVIDIA® Volta GPU with dual deep learning accelerators. ROScube-X offers a wide variety of interfaces for robotic system integration.
Mainstream Architecture for Professional Service Robotics Development
ROScube-I from ADLINK, features Intel® VPU and NVIDIA GPU cards for computation of AI algorithms and inference. ROScube-I is a perfect platform for development of industrial use service robotic applications such as autonomous mobile robots (AMR) and autonomous mobile industrial robots (AMIR).
ADLINK’s ROS 2 Development Options:
ROS Starter Kit - Neuron
Mini-ITX and open source software deliver full ROS/ROS 2 functionality
ROS Starter Kit from ADLINK, features flexible connectivity with a wide range of I/O ports and support for AI computation platforms. In addition, ROS Starter Kit is compatible with open source ROS/ROS 2 which supports full access to open-source application libraries for robot control, vision, navigation, and motion control, for quick realization of ROS/ROS 2 function.
Integrated ROS starter kit enabling smart robotics development
NeuronBot from ADLINK, constitutes an assembly of 4 different modules, each fulfilling vision, control, AI or motion functions. Users can quickly learn to code by controlling the NeuronBot robot with powerful open source ROS libraries and packages.
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