This episode is dedicated to all those people that are thinking about creating their own robotics company. May be you are a ROS Developer who have enough of working for others and want to make the step to lead your destiny.
Today we are going to talk about things to take into account when thinking about building your own robotics startup
But before going into that, let me remind you about our ROS online academy. Yes, at the Construct we have created an online academy named The Robot Ignite Academy which contains a ROS learning path for beginners. The path is composed by:
- Linux for Robotics
- Python for Robotics
- ROS Basic Concepts
- Understanding TF
- URDF for modeling robots
- ROS Control
- Build your own robot and ROSify it… and become a ROS Developer!
Some other robotics theory courses included are:
- Mobile robots kinematics
- Arm robot kinematics
- Robot dynamics and control
- Kalman Filters for robotics
Of course all our courses are based on practice with simulated robots! (theory+practice)
Now let me introduce you Nicholas Fragale. Nicholas is co-founder of Rover Robotics a startup that builds wheeled robots for startups, educators and system integrators. He is going to tell us about his robots and his experience building a startup based on robots that run ROS2.
Welcome to the podcast Nick!
- Follow Nick Fragale on LinkedIn
- Nick’s company Rover Robotics
- Nick’s speech at ROSCON 2019 about his experience migrating to ROS2
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