With the Robot Deployment Toolbox, you can design and simulate safety-critical robotics algorithms such as collision avoidance using the Real-Time Integrated Physical Simulator and perform software in the loop and processor in the loop validation. You can further deploy the above safety-critical robotics algorithms directly into the provided low-level control and connectivity board running real-time operating system. This allows you to ensure the safety of the robot even when the upper-level navigation computer fails.
You can interface between a wide range of robots and navigation stacks with our universal middleware SDK. The SDK comes with unified control interfaces for different mobile robot bases. For navigation integration, the SDK supports popular robotics middleware such as DDS, ROS 1, ROS 2, LCM and MATLAB®.
The control and connectivity board is also compatible with commonly used peripherals such as Lidar, Ultrasonic, TOF and many more, which allows you to quickly add and test peripherals with robots deployed at different sites.
The Robot Deployment Toolbox works seamlessly with the Robot Assisted Driving Toolbox for easy remote steering, and the Robot Maintenance Toolbox for robot monitoring and diagnosis.