Happy Birthday to the Robot Operating System (ROS), which turned 10 years old last week! ROS, of course, is a collection of software tools and libraries used by robot programmers for developing applications.
I’m delighted to announce a new game-changing standard for building robot components, H-ROS: the Hardware Robot Operating System. H-ROS provides manufacturers tools for building interoperable robot components that can easily be exchanged or replaced between robots.
The Robot Operating System (ROS) was initially developed in 2007 at Stanford University as part of the Stanford AI Robot (STAIR) project.