High-Stakes Robotics: Moving from the ROS 2 Lab to Production & Deployment

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Neil Puthuff- Senior Software Integration Engineer

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With ROS 2, the task of creating a working robotic system is simplified. By using supported hardware and commodity hardware, a robot can be assembled that can sense, map and navigate its surroundings in a short period of time, freeing the development team to focus on building their unique value into that system. Moving this system into production and real-world deployment brings a wide spectrum of requirements, including working with hostile networking, safety certification, hardware and RTOS support, performance tuning, scalability, security, resiliency and more. When robotics are deployed in high-stakes environments where failure can be catastrophic, there are even more requirements to be built in to ensure no-fail performance. When lives and futures are on the line, using field-proven technology is the smartest choice. To meet these rigorous requirements, industry experts rely upon the seamless integration between ROS 2 components and RTI’s field-proven technology - Connext® DDS. Join RTI in a one-hour interactive Tech Talk to learn about the connectivity software used in more than 200 mission-critical robotics and autonomous vehicle programs. RTI connects the ROS 2 ecosystem of robotics-focused tools and packages with the comprehensive Connext® DDS ecosystem of diagnostic tools, integrations and connectivity with related standards (AUTOSAR, FACE, OPC/UA).

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