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Today, I would like to dedicate the episode to those ROS developers that want to build their own robot for doing ROS experiments and learning. Today we are going to talk with a ROS Developer that has built a ROS robot based on Nvidia Jetson nano in order to do deep learning experiments with ROS

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Today, I would like to dedicate the episode to all those ROS developers that are considering moving into ROS2. I know, we are very comfortable with ROS 1 because we already know how it works, and we have a big base of code created to support our future developments. ROS2 is a little bit more

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This is the first podcast episode of the year 2020. Also, we are celebrating that we have been here with you for 2 years. Yes we are entering into the 3rd season of the podcast. That is why today, I would like to dedicate the episode to all the listeners of this podcast. It is

Hi ROS Developers and welcome to the ROS Developers Podcast: the program, the podcast that gives you insights from the experts about how to program your robots with ROS. This is Ricardo Tellez, from The Construct. Today, I would like to dedicate the episode to all those ROS developers that attended the ROSCON 2019 some

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 Today, I would like to dedicate the episode to all those ROS developers that are figuring out new ways to use ROS. We know ROS is used in a robot with a computer that runs Linux Ubuntu and we program in C++ or Python. That’s it. But then, there are a lot of people

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