For more than 10 years, ROS has provided a flexible, robust, tested, and continuously maintained foundation for developing intelligent robot software.
The architecture is based on a distributed, modular design, is hardware independent and, as an open standard, ensures vendor-independent interoperability.
eSOL offers a "ROS Engineering Service" so that robot developers can focus on the higher value and outstanding features of the application.
ROS and ROS 2
ROS is currently maintained in two variants. ROS is well suited to applications running on high-performance hardware like PCs and helps maximize flexibility. ROS 2 was specifically developed for projects aimed at cost-optimized mass production on embedded hardware.Learn more
Autoware on ROS
Autoware is an open source project that offers a whole range of stacks for autonomous driving, e.g. perception, planning and control functions. All components of the runtime software are based on ROS. The Autoware project is managed by the Autoware Foundation, which is actively adding features for future mobility.Learn more