Just wanted to share a heads-up to a new sub-project that’s starting as part of the ROS 2 Hardware Acceleration Working Group:
Robotics MCU, a Robotics MCU powered by ROS 2 and RISC-V (
roscore-v official announcement). This sub-project aims to create a Robotics MCU that has a native ROS 2 hardware implementation and delivers lower latency and additional real-time capabilities in robotics communications.
Robotics MCU will be developed and prototyped first into an FPGA and later into a physical chip.
Project will be presented and introduced in the next ROS 2 Hardware Acceleration Working Group meeting (LinkedIn event). Target is to have a first demonstrator for ROS 2 Iron’s release.
Join us at the HAWG to learn more about it.
A small update. Attending community requests and to avoid confusion, we won’t be using
in this project. Apologies for the naming issues.
Instead, we’ll be using
Robotics MCU for the project.
A summary of what constitutes “ROS2 hw impl” would be nice.
Is it offloading TCP? Is it UDP-only? Does it map specific ROS messages in hardware? etc.
We’re discussing it this this afternoon in the Hardware Acceleration Working Group (meeting announcement). Join us and bring all your questions.
Thanks, but I’ll just wait for a written update in the mailing list.
I missed yersterday’s meeting.
May be is too early but I am wondering if you have set already which are going to be the baseline tools for the project. Some stuff that comes to my mind:
- Any open-source RISC-V softcore?
- Any open-source SoC building framework, such as LitteX or FuseSoC?
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