micro-ROS is an open source project to realize ROS 2, the second generation of ROS (Robot Operating System) on a microcontroller in various robot applications. By using a common framework, it enables interoperability with conventional robots, IoT sensors and devices.
Renesas is collaborating with eProsima, a leading provider of micro-ROS frameworks, to develop a ROS-based robot body controller based on RA6M5, which will simplify the design process by providing an optimal platform for micro-ROS implementation. The RA6M5-based micro-ROS project will also contribute to reducing the risk in the design of various applications, such as service robots for logistics and warehousing, security, agriculture, and healthcare.
For inquiries about the RA6M5 micro-ROS solution, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
This system enables the control of multiple servos based on the Robot Operating System (ROS). ROS is a set of software libraries and tools, maintained by many companies as open source, that help designers build robot applications.
|eProsima micro-ROS Support||External Link|
|eProsima - Renesas - RA Family||External Link|
|micro-ROS Overview - Supported Hardware||External Link|
|GitHub - micro-ROS/micro_ros_setup: Standalone build system tools||External Link|
|GitHub - micro-ROS/micro_ros_renesas2estudio_component: A set of utilities for integrating micro-ROS in a Renesas e2 studio project||External Link|
|GitHub - micro-ROS/micro_ros_renesas_testbench: micro-ROS hardware in the loop testing||External Link|
|GitHub - micro-ROS/micro_ros_renesas_demos: Demo code for Renesas e2 studio||External Link|
|Winning Combinations||External Link|