How do you build an AMR?
The Robot Operating System (ROS)
is a key technology for developing an AMR, bringing together the robotic hardware and software applications. Different robots and different sensors can be used in the same way with the ROS applications. The next generation of ROS, ROS 2, is based on the Data Distribution Service (DDS) communications framework, a middleware protocol that supports fast SWARM development and deployment.
Nearly one million, or 55% of all robots sold in 2024 will be using ROS
AI object detection, ML model training, and 3D sensing
Robot Sensor / LiDAR
High definition map exploration, localization and obstacle avoidance for decision and control system
Support for omni-directional movement with more accurate localization to reduce error accumulation
Control command transformed to corresponding speed and output to motor driver realizes various robot motion capabilities
Connected and Controlled Robot Arm
Expansion box for controllers to control robot arm via protocols such as EtherCAT
Powerful computing platform with built in military-grade DDS middleware for AI-based navigation
Rapid AMR Development and Real-time Communication
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