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We have released version 3.0 of the rtshell command-line toolkit and rtctree component management Python library for OpenRTM-aist. This new release adds a large number of new commands and improves the existing commands.
A new version of OpenHRP3, OpenHRP 3.1.0-Release, has been released. Details are available at the OpenHRP3 official website. Source code and Ubuntu packages (with installation script) are available from here.
The Ubuntu packages are stored in the same repository server as the OpenRTM-aist packages. If you have already added OpenRTM-aist's repository server to the source.list file, OpenHRP can be installed by apt-get command.
- Documentation has been updated for the 1.0-RELEASE.
- English, Japanese and Korean pages are provided.
- Conference papers relating to OpenRTM-aist are available as PDF files.
- The developer's guide on the web has been released (still under construction).
- AIST press release (Japanese): HRP-4: Worker robot platform for robotic research and development
- Kawada Industries Inc.: Humanoid Robot HRP-4」
Kawada Industries Inc. and Japan's National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology have developed the HRP-4 worker type robot platform for robotic research and development. HRP-4 is based on Linux with the real-time preempt kernel patch, and its controller software is based on the component based software platform OpenRTM-aist, an open source robot software platform developed by AIST. This architecture realizes reuse of software including the open source robot simulator OpenHRP3 and other RT-Components which are being developed all over the world.
RTCBuilder, RTSystemEditor 1.0.0 for Mac OS X all-in-one package is now distributed on the web site. Download from here
RTCBuilder and RTSystemEditor are a part of the robot software platform, Open RT Platform (OpenRTP), for developing robot systems. They allow the easy creation of RT Components and RT Systems. OpenRTP is based on OpenRTM-aist, and these tools are developed as part of the NEDO Developing Intelligent Technology for Next-Generation Robots Project.
The tools can be downloaded here.
AIST press relese "A residential model for disabled persons which supports self-sustained living is shown"
We have shown a residential model for disabled persons which supports self-sustained living by utilizing RT-Middleware technology.
- Welfare devices cooperate each other through common network platform (based on RT-Middleware) in the residential model
- It is possible to realize customizable living environment for disability persons by integrating through RT-Middleware.
- Self-sustained living of disabled person is supported, and a disabled person's social participation promotion and reduction of care worker's incidence are expected.