Our robust, autonomous, mobile robots can be used as a base platform for a variety of AMR (Autonomous Mobile Robots) applications. Building and scaling your project to create real-world solutions is made easy through the use of simulation models, along with an extensive array of tutorials and manuals.
We have vast experience in designing and building autonomous mobile robots (AMR) dedicated for agriculture, construction, logistics and others.Contact Sales Team
ROSbot XL, ROSbot 2R / 2 PRO are autonomous, open source robots can be used as a learning platform for Robot Operating System (ROS). ROSbot offers not just the hardware platform itself but a full scope of educational tools such as: development platform, online tools, simulation models and a wide range of dedicated tutorials and manuals which will make the learning process smooth and efficient.VISIT STORE GO TO ROS 2 TUTORIALS
P2P VPN network dedicated for robots, autonomous vehicles and industrial IoT applications. It allows you to connect your devices without any central cloud forwarding traffic. Think of it as global LAN network for your devices.
Devices with Husarnet Client installed communicate with each other directly, without any “central cloud” forwarding traffic.
Husarnet Base servers are used only when your devices acquire new IP address or join a new network, to help them find each other over the internet.
“We have used Panther in the Rock-Farm project in our robotic solution that performs masonry work on rock walls. The greatest thing about Panther is how well it fits to external components. Thanks to its high payload capacity and powerful battery, it works well as a mobile manipulation platform and can operate the Yaskawa DT 10 robotic arm for 24h. Panther's dimensions make it ideal for construction sites, where it can cooperate directly with operators without posing any safety threats.”
Dr. Tobias Brett, CEO & Founder of Rock-Farm, Germany
“We have used Panther as the mobile base for our raspberry harvesting solution and found it to be a reliable and easy-to-use platform. Integrating Panther with the UR5 robotic arm and deploying it in the field posed no challenges. While working with Panther, we also noticed its robust internal design, enhanced safety features, and modularity, enabling extensive customization. Choosing Panther for our project was a smart decision, and we look forward to developing even more advanced solutions for agriculture with its assistance in the future.”
Max Polzin & Kai Junge, CREATE Lab, EPFL, Switzerland
“ROSbot XL is an excellent, reliable product, offering ROS 2 Control with real time and micro-ROS, omnidirectional wheels, a simple charging system and many more advancements. We use it as a part of the Robotics Developer MasterClass, where our students can control this robot remotely from their homes. As ROSbot XL offers reference setups based on popular projects from the ROS 2 ecosystem, such as Nav2, Slam toolbox, or Fast DDS Discovery Server, it truly enhances the remote learning experience and enriches our students' understanding of robotics.”
Ricardo Tellez, CEO & Founder of The Construct, Spain
“We have used the ROSbot platform in teaching at MSc level for two consecutive years now. We’ve found it to be a very useful platform for teaching the principles of ROS. Students have also gained skills and experience in accessing a variety of sensor data, and have created control algorithms to navigate an obstacle course. The hardware is generally robust and reliable, and most importantly the support we have received from Husarion has been excellent.”
Dr. Rob Wortham, Director of Studies, MSc Robotics & Autonomous Systems, University of Bath, UK
“ROSbot 2.0 from Husarion is a robust and easy to use platform for educational and research purposes. We have been using a fleet of these robots to emulate autonomous cars in a scaled down, experimental road traffic scenarios. Thanks to its detailed documentation, which includes many examples, and an active forum for developers, working with ROSbots has been smooth and enjoyable.”
Dr.ing. Sergio Grammatico, Associate Professor, Delft Center for Systems and Control, TU Delft, Netherlands