The Robotics Demonstration and Test team, in the NASA Goddard Satellite Servicing Capabilities Office, used the Orocos ecosystem to control a Motoman SIA10D industrial robot to demonstrate autonomous visual tracking of both cooperative, and uncooperative, targets in microgravity.
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The ACM research group of the K.U.Leuven used Orocos Real-Time Toolkit as framework for an involved robotics application as well as Orocos Bayesian filtering library and Kinematics and Dynamics Library as detailed in this paper.
The experiment consists of a complex task—“human-aware task execution”—involving two robot arms, five PCs interconnected by ethernet, and half a dozen or so sensors.
- RACK, the Robotics Application Constructions Kit provides a middleware to ease and standardise the development of industrial and academic control software for robots. Specifically, it aims at supporting mobile service robot scenarios. RACK's real-time components are implemented in C++ and make use of the real-time services provided by Xenomai. Non-real-time components concentrate on GUI elements which are implemented in Java, and extending this support to Linux C/C++ applications is