[ros-users] tcpros on ethernet-enabled embedded devices

Medi-Care Robotics itsmyrobot at gmail.com
Fri Sep 23 18:46:47 UTC 2011

The only problem is that if you send a lot over serial, you use up your bandwidth quitr quickly. With ethernet this wouldn't be an issue.

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Op 23 sep. 2011 om 17:32 heeft Trevor Jay <tjay at cs.brown.edu> het volgende geschreven:

> Obviously I'm a bit biased, but if your embedded platform supports
> sockets or serial I second the idea of building off of a bridge (e.g.
> rosbridge, http://www.ros.org/wiki/rosbridge or rosserial,
> http://www.ros.org/wiki/rosserial ) instead of trying to get a full
> ROS-compatible message stack on the embedded platform itself.
> Many have reported success using rosserial with arduino and I've had
> good results with using rosbridge from both Aurduinos and PICAxes
> (after building a serial->socket client). If you're using a Ethernet
> shield, there won't even be the need for the serial adapter.
> _Trevor
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