micro-ROS lands on Arduino

Nov 24, 2020

As in the last months more and more users have been manifesting an intrest in having micro-ROS on Arduino, we have been working in order to make this integration come to life.

Arduino is an IDE designed to fit into extremely resource-constrained devices, offering an easy-to-use framework for programming MCUs among which, especially, a vast suite of development boards carrying the Arduino brand.

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Based on this and on our recent release of a straight-to-the-point micro-ROS standalone library, which was already successfully integrated with the ESP-IDF and Zephyr build system, we were able to give support to the Arduino IDE.

At present, it has already been ported it to several boards, namely: the the OpenCR 1.0, the Teensy 3.2 and 4.0/4.1, the Arduino Zero and the Arduino Due.

This new integration is especially interesting in that it paves the way for a bare-metal support for micro-ROS.

Find the dedicated repo at this link.

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