Exploring the performance of ROS2

  title={Exploring the performance of ROS2},
  author={Yuya Maruyama and Shinpei Kato and Takuya Azumi},
  journal={2016 International Conference on Embedded Software (EMSOFT)},
Middleware for robotics development must meet demanding requirements in real-time distributed embedded systems. [] Key Result By highlighting the DDS capabilities, we explore and evaluate the potential and constraints of DDS and ROS2.

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