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Gumstix Amps Up ROS Support with New Release
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Goal is to provide powerful development system on smallest form factor
By RBR Staff



Gumstix adds Robot Operating System (ROS) support with introduction of a bootable microSD card (with preloaded ROS plus Linaro 12.11 LTS). ROS support satisfies demand to implement this popular open source solution with ease and flexibility as part of a broader trend in ROS development.

“Last June, Gumstix announced its TurtleCore expansion board as a platform for ROS development on the iRobot Create,” said Dr. W. Gordon Kruberg , president and CEO of Gumstix. “The ability to deploy an available ROS binary on our Overo line of COMs complements the goal initially set forth with the introduction of the TurtleCore: to provide the most powerful development system for roboticists…

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