The course title was changed from ROS2 (Foxy): The Next–Generation ROS to the new title ROS2 (Foxy) For Beginners I: Basics and Fundamental Concepts. The reason is to be in line with my course series ROS For Beginners.
The course is updated with the latest LTS ROS2 version, ROS2 Foxy, on March 2022.
Are you in the right place?
You are a ROS user, and you have heard about ROS2 as being the next generation ROS, but,
you are still unsure what ROS2 is?
How does it improve on and differ from ROS1?
Is it time to migrate to ROS2?
Is it easy to install ROS2 and get it up and running?
How to create a workspace, a package, and write programs with ROS?
This course is the right place to address all the questions about ROS2.
ROS2 is the next generation of Robot Operating System (ROS) and the community is starting the migration to this new framework.
Why do you need to take a ROS2 course now?
ROS1 has emerged since 2009 and has been evolving as the defacto standard Ecosystem for developing all kinds of robotics applications, including mobile robots, robotics arms, unmanned aerial systems and drones, self–driving cars, and much more. In ROSCon 2014 conference, the Open Source Robotics Foundations (OSRF) and the ROS community started to discuss and identify some gaps in ROS1, including (1) single point of failure with the ROS Master Node, (2) nonsupport of multi–robots systems as ROS1 was designed for a single robot usage, (3) and no support of real–time guarantee or quality of service profiles, and thus its reliability was questionable.
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Specification: ROS2 (Foxy) For Beginners I: Basics and Fundamental Concepts
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