How can I use Slamcore’s software on my robot/product?
Slamcore’s SDK runs with your existing code, using a C++ API or ROS1 Melodic/ROS2 Foxy wrapper. Slamcore’s SDK and developer tools (visualizer, data recorder etc) also run in standalone mode through a command line or GUI.
What is included in the SDK?
Slamcore’s SDK provides a complete SLAM system, consisting of localization and mapping algorithms that fuse data from stereo cameras and IMU, and outputs pose and occupancy (2.5D map or occupancy grid) information. The SDK acts as an input to your navigation, obstacle avoidance or perception stack and can be easily integrated with your code using our C++ API or the ROS Navigation Stack.
What sensors do you support?
Our standard SDK supports the Intel Realsense D435i and D455 cameras, together with wheel odometry. The SDK can be further extended to work with custom sensor solutions (stereo cameras, IMUs, GPS, Lidar etc).
What hardware do you support?
The standard SDK currently supports the Nvidia Jetson Xavier NX, Xavier AGX and Nano, and x64 machines (Core i5, i7 or better). Our software can also be ported to custom compute hardware.
What operating systems do you support?
We currently support Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and Jetpack.