You’re a researcher in the robotics field and you’ve got a project to complete.
Picture this: You purchase a new robot and spend countless hours figuring out how to get it to move. Finally you have it working enough to begin developing software and features to further your research.
Inexpensive, high power sensors combined with access to ROS libraries, are enabling major strides in the robotics industry, allowing companies to design and make robots with complex functionality for less.
There is truth in the old saying that “there’s strength in numbers”.
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