[ros-users] is a native ROS device possible?

Ye Cheng cnhzcy14 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 13 02:50:04 UTC 2012

Hi Marcus,

There is an ARM port of rosserial, check out the following two links from
the mbed community:


The mbed is based on nxp1768, and I'm think its rosserial port can work on
the other ARM mcus.


On Wed, Jun 13, 2012 at 9:56 AM, Marcus Liebhardt <
marcus.liebhardt at yujinrobot.com> wrote:

> Hi there!
> We are also trying to figure out an easy way to connect our ARM-based
> devices to the ROS world. So far we rely on ROS drivers written
> specifically for each device.
> @ rosserial: I took a brief look and it indeed looks very interesting.
> However, I couldn't find code for ARM and so I assume a port would be
> necessary.
> @ Synapticon: Do you think that the implementation/idea of rosxmos will
> be easily adaptable/expandable to be used on other platforms such as ARM
> and Atmel (Arduino)? Maybe we could develop some core components together
> and one writes the platform-specific parts as needed.
> Cheers,
> Marcus
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