Motion editor/Dynamics simulator
Integrated Development Platform
AIST RTC collection
RT-Components collection by AIST
Tokyo Opensource Robotics Association
Middleware for DAQ (Data Aquisition) by KEK
(G) Please refer to the following page for the installation procedure.
The msi file is 800MB in size. Use a high-speed line (50Mbps or more) to download in minutes.
(including OpenRTM-aist, C++, Python,
Java version and OpenRTP,
(Visual Studio 2012, 2013,
2015, 2017, 2019)
Java version, and OpenRTP、
(Visual Studio 2012、2013、
For installation, Start OpenRTM-aist in 10 minutes! page for instructions.
We currently offer packages in the following distribution versions:
You can use the installation script distributed below to install the required packages at once.
Ubuntu 18.04 (bionic) amd64
Ubuntu 20.04 (focal) amd64
By specifying options, you can now install packages that meet your needs. Please refer to Bulk installation script for installation method, options and package types.
If you have already installed 1.2.1-RELEASE, you can update it.
For Ubuntu / Debian
See OpenRTM-aist (Java version) 1.2 system installation for download and installation methods.
Java development environmentThe following JDK is required for the operation and development of OpenRTM-aist-Java-1.2.1.
Build from source
For information on how to build from source, see Building from source.
Create deb / rpm package
Creation of deb packages for Ubuntu, Debian and Fedora rpm packages from jar files and samples is now officially supported.
You can create a package by following the steps below. When creating a package, use the batch installation script (pkg_install_***.sh) to install the necessary packages in advance.
When creating a deb package
When creating an rpm package
Packages are created in the pacakges directory.
* Install tools such as "dpkg-dev build-essential debhelper devscripts" when creating deb packages on Ubuntu and Debian, and "rpm-build createrepo" before creating rpm packages on Fedora. Must be kept. These can be installed by executing batch installation script with the -c option.
Supported (build verified) OS