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Project Summary

The ROS-Industrial program:
*Is supported by a community of industrial robotics researchers and professionals.
*Provides a one-stop location for industry-related ROS software.
*Possesses software robustness and reliability that meets the needs of industrial applications.
*Does not replace any one technology entirely, rather it combines the relative strengths of ROS and existing technology, combining ROS high-level functionality with the low-level reliability and safety of an industrial robot controller.
*Stimulates the development of hardware-agnostic software by standardizing interfaces.
*Provides an "easy" path to apply cutting-edge research to industrial applications by using a common ROS architecture.

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30 Day Summary

Apr 23 2019 — May 23 2019

12 Month Summary

May 23 2018 — May 23 2019