Robot Makers Lock Arms

Clearpath Robotics, provider of mobile robots for research and development, is now a Universal Robots Certified System Integrator (CSI). With this new relationship, Universal Robot’s collaborative arms, the UR3, UR5 and UR10, will be available from Clearpath Robotics with out of the box ROS functionality and support.

 

Clearpath is a manufacturer of mobile robotic platforms and has one of the largest teams of ROS engineers in the world. Its ROS enabled UR manipulator solutions include UR manipulators, a fully configured computer, 3D depth sensor, and example code for 3D path planning with obstacle avoidance, interface screen, electrical and hardware, integration, pre-loaded and tested ROS software libraries with support for ROS, RViz and MoveIT!

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This out of the box ROS capability makes it easy for users to integrate different third party equipment including LiDARs, Cameras, GPS, IMUs etc. and control everything through one platform. Clearpath has integrated UR manipulators with its mobile platforms including Husky, Warthog and Ridgeback. Our UR integrated mobile platforms have been used in many applications including research, survey, mining, safety and agriculture. For more knowledge, visit Universal Robots and Clearpath Robotics.

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