Spend time writing code, not fiddling with your robot!
The R1 ArduROS Edition mobile UGV platform comes stuffed with the power of NVIDIA's Jetson TX2 Development kit, fully assembled and "Ready to code".
The R1 features a variety of standard hardware interfaces that make it easy to integrate with a wide range of development applications.
The Jetson TX2 brings powerful AI capabilities at the edge, making possible a new class of intelligent machines.
This rugged Indoor/Outdoor capable UGV comes pre-loaded with Ubuntu desktop, ROS, example ROS control package and NVIDIAs JetPack SDK, which includes the BSP, libraries for deep learning, computer vision, GPU computing, multimedia processing, and much more to accelerate your software development.
Providing unmatched quality and capability in its price range, R1 ArduROS Edition UGVs are the perfect choice for professional, educational or advanced developers looking for a quick jump start to working on a proven mobile robotics platform.
Domestic US & International
ArduROS Edition Stack
>> ArduPilot as primary control layer + chassis PID
>> ArduPilot as "slave". Advanced positional control and sensor integration through ROS/MAVROS.
SDK System Requirements
Host Platform Requirements:
JetPack L4T 3.2 supports Ubuntu Linux x64 v16.04 on your host PC.
Linux Ubuntu 14.04 on your host PC will also work, except OpenCV and VisionWorks will be unavailable for installation on the host PC
A valid Internet connection and at least 10GB of disk space is needed for the complete installation of JetPack.
Target Platform Requirements:
A Jetson Developer Kit with Jetson TX2, Jetson TX2i, or Jetson TX1 module
Additional target requirements:
USB Micro-B cable connecting Jetson to your Linux host for flashing.
(Not included in the developer kit) To connect USB peripherals such as keyboard, mouse, and [optional] USB/Ethernet adapter (for network connection), a USB hub could be connected to the USB port on the Jetson system.
An HDMI cable connecting the HDMI port on Jetson Developer Kit, which is connected to an external HDMI display.
An Ethernet cable plugged into the on-board Ethernet port, which is connected to either a secondary network card on your Linux host or the same network router providing Internet access for the Linux host.