Driving robotics innovation

When: October 20-21

Where: Virtually

Do you know that the ROS project started with Ubuntu? The first release of ROS, Box Turtle, was built on top of Ubuntu Hardy over a decade ago. Since then the community and Canonical have been working on improving the development experience of ROS running on top of Ubuntu.

Join us at ROS World on October 20th and 21st, for a whole day of robotics and innovations in the field. Learn about the latest ROS developments, where the community is heading and how you can benefit from collaborating with other organizations!

Canonical’s virtual booth at ROS World: ROS, Ubuntu and more!

Are you looking to deploy your ROS robot to the market? Are you aware of the challenges for a successful factory process and device management? You used Ubuntu for developing your prototype, let us help you in this next stage.

Visit our booth and get whitepapers, product collateral, videos, and of course demos. But most importantly, talk with our robotics experts and learn how to successfully deploy ROS solutions.

Experience how our container solutions for ROS and our embedded OS have been supporting several innovative companies to reach their final users, prioritizing quality and security for all.

We encourage you to pre-book a conversation with one of our engineers, or just come visit us through the booth video-call function.

If you’re curious already, take a look at the following materials to learn more about our solutions today:o:

We look forward to seeing you there!

Building a real time kernel for your robot

Ubuntu Core is an optimized version of Ubuntu for robotics and IIoT devices. With minimal footprint and secure by design, it enables over the air updates, rollbacks, full disk encryption and more.

Join us in our booth for a lightning session to learn more about this OS and how you can implement a real time kernel for your robot.

About ROS World

ROS World is a chance for ROS developers of all levels, beginner to expert, to spend an extraordinary two days learning from and networking with the ROS community. Get tips and tricks from experts and meet and share ideas with fellow developers.

About Canonical & robotics

Canonical is the publisher of Ubuntu. Today, our OS is the Tier 1 Operating System for ROS 1 and ROS 2 and our partnership has been growing throughout the years.

Canonical is a member of the technical steering committee of ROS 2, supporting the development of the project’s roadmap. We are also the chair of the security group of ROS 2, providing our years of experience in the field.

Our robotics team supports the community upstream, contributing with bug fixes and new features to core ROS packages. It also works improving and developing new functionalities for Ubuntu to support not only the development but also the deployment of ROS robots. From our tested containers for ROS applications to our embedded Ubuntu OS, Ubuntu Core, we help companies with security solutions, maintenance and support.

Together with the maintainer of ROS, Open Robotics, we now provide a hardened ROS with 10 years of security maintenance and enterprise support from ROS and Ubuntu experts.