OpenRTM-aist – software platform for component-oriented development of robot systems

OpenRTM-aist is a software platform for component-oriented development of robot systems.

OpenRTM-aist is one of the reference implementations of RT-Middleware that AIST has implemented and distributes. It consists of an RT-Component framework to create RT-Components, the RT-Middleware that manages the lifecycle of the RT-Components, tools to generate skeleton code for components and GUI tools to operate and connect RT-Components.

Currently, AIST provides reference implementations for C++, Python and Java, and develops other versions implemented in other languages.

OpenRTM-aist is supported on FreeBSD, Linux and Windows.

Website: www.openrtm.org/openrtm
Support: FAQ, GitHub Code Repository
Developer: Noriaki Ando and the OpenRTM-aist Project team
License: Dual license: GNU Lesser General Public License or an individual contract license with AIST

OpenRTM-aist is written in C++. Learn C++ with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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