Upcoming Events

July 6, 2020

ROS (Robot Operating System) Training Fallenbrunnen (1), Germany

Problem statement The use of ROS will increase in the future as the use of robots is increasing. The Open source approach and the community behind it made ROS widely accepted. The homepage „robotik UND PRODUKTION“ states, that ROS will be an industrial standard in the future. The acceptance of this open source framework continues to grow. That`s why the original founders and new developers are seeking to establish ROS as the industry standard. As far as the research institute ABI Research is saying, 55% of the commercial robots will own a ROS package in 2024.[1] In recent years utilization of ROS is increasing.  Therefor a lot of today`s jobs will be affected by that. Studies show that 57% of the jobs in the OECD could be affected.[2] That`s one reason why the employees need to be prepared and trained in ROS. Explanation of teaching approach Learning robotics by doing is far more effective than reading. This course will provide a good balance between theoretical and practical input. The course mainly concentrates on the basics of ROS. Since the ROS mainly works with Linux, it is essential to educate the participants with the basic knowledge of the Linux operating system. […]
May 26, 2020

Do not forget World MoveIt day!

We’re excited to announce that we will be supporting the 5th annual World MoveIt! Day which is happening this June 2nd, and it’s going virtual!
February 21, 2020

ROS2 & ROS-I academy 1/5 of 2020, Stuttgart

This year’s fifth ROS-I Academy of a total of five events at Fraunhofer IPA was from 18.11.2019 till 22.11.2019.
February 20, 2020

2nd Report on ROSIN Training in Turkey

15 people participated in the ROS Applied Trainings held in Eskişehir Osmangazi University Robotics and Computer Laboratories lasting 2 and a half days between 26-28 September. 9 of the participants were students, 1 was an academician and the remaining 5 were from the private sector. The interests of the participants are as follows; Robotics, Computer Vision and Drones. 6 participants came from outside of Eskişehir for training.