AWS Robotics Blog

Tag: Cloud Robotics

AWS RoboMaker

Easily record and store robotic application data with the S3 rosbag cloud extension for AWS RoboMaker

The S3 rosbag cloud extension enables customers to easily configure and record data from robots as rosbags, and upload them to Amazon S3, which they can later use to analyze events, troubleshoot existing applications, and provide as inputs to AWS RoboMaker log-based simulation for regression. In this blog, we will review three ROS nodes in the S3 rosbag cloud extension that create and upload rosbag files from the robot to Amazon S3, with hands-on examples of how to use the nodes.

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Introducing Log-based Simulation for AWS RoboMaker

Roboticists test their robot applications in simulations to understand how applications behave in different environments. This helps roboticists debug their applications and develop resilient robots. Recently, AWS launched log-based simulation in AWS RoboMaker. Log-based simulation eases the burden of building and managing infrastructure for log-based simulations. In the world of Robot Operating Systems (ROS), a ROS bag is a file containing the […]

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Hello Robot World

Welcome to the AWS Robotics Blog. This is an exciting time to be working in robotics. Robots are being used more widely in society for applications that are increasing in sophistication such as environmental monitoring, search and rescue, cleaning, companionship, automation, picking and packing, and order delivery. Seeing the opportunity to serve both existing and […]

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