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Madrid, October 2019

eProsima is happy to announce a R&D collaboration with Sony to create the first open-source and freely available shared memory transport for ROS2

Madrid, September 2019

eProsima announces the general availability of eProsima Fast RTPS 1.9.1. This release introduces the following new features:

  • Fast-RTPS-Gen is now an independent project.
  • Header eClock.h is now marked as deprecated.

But there is more:

The new version includes also bug fixing, and allocation and performance improvements.

eProsima Fast RTPS is an open source high-performance publish-subscribe framework to share data in distributed systems using a decoupled model based on Publishers, Subscribers and Data Topics.

Madrid, July 2019

eProsima announces the general availability of eProsima Fast RTPS 1.9.0. This release introduces the following new features:

  • Partial implementation of Allocation Qos
  • Implementation of Discovery Server
  • Implementation of non-blocking calls

But there is more:

The new version includes also bug fixing, and allocation and performance improvements.

eProsima Fast RTPS is an open source high-performance publish-subscribe framework to share data in distributed systems using a decoupled model based on Publishers, Subscribers and Data Topics.

Madrid, July 2019

eProsima announces the general availability of eProsima Fast RTPS 1.8.1. This release introduces the following new feature:

But there is more:

The new version includes also bug fixing, and allocation and performance improvements.

eProsima Fast RTPS is an open source high-performance publish-subscribe framework to share data in distributed systems using a decoupled model based on Publishers, Subscribers and Data Topics.

Madrid, June 2019

eProsima sponsors, side by side with Microsoft, iRobot, Toyota and other important companies, this year's ROSCON 2019 (October 31st - November 1st, 2019), supporting the ROS community.

eProsima Fast RTPS has been adopted by ROS (Robot Operating System) as their default middleware.

Fast RTPS is Open Source and we follow an open development process, allowing the ROS community to participate and drive our roadmap.

 

Madrid, May 2019

eProsima announces the general availability of eProsima Fast RTPS 1.8.0. This release introduces several new features:

But there is more:

The new version includes also bug fixing, and allocation and performance improvements.

eProsima Fast RTPS is an open source high-performance publish-subscribe framework to share data in distributed systems using a decoupled model based on Publishers, Subscribers and Data Topics.

Madrid, March 2019

eProsima representatives Jaime Martin Losa (CEO) and Borja Outerelo Gamarra (Senior Middleware engineer) among other European robotics experts participated in the European Robotics Forum 2019 in Bucharest on 20-22 March 2019. eProsima presented on the publicly-funded project OFERA to create the micro-ROS robotic framework.  

Madrid, February 2019

eProsima is glad to announce that recently, employee number 16 has joined the company. This is a very important achievement because it not only means that the company is growing fast, it also means that it is on the right track of its service expansion. The team is very happy to grow and to be able to keep creating more and better middleware solutions for its customers.

Madrid, February 2018

eProsima announces the general availability of eProsima Fast RTPS 1.7.1. This release introduces several new features:

  • TCP Transport. Fast RTPS across Internet/WAN
  • Dynamic Topic Types. Create your types at run-time (no IDL required), type introspection & dynamic type discovery.
  • Security 1.1 compliance. The latest DDS Security Specification

But there is more:

The new version includes also bug fixing, and allocation and performance improvements.

eProsima Fast RTPS is an open source high-performance publish-subscribe framework to share data in distributed systems using a decoupled model based on Publishers, Subscribers and Data Topics.

Madrid, February 2019

eProsima is proud to announce that it has become a member of the ROS 2 Technical Steering Committee. The Technical Steering Committee (TSC) consists of representatives of organizations that contribute to the development of the Robot Operating System 2 (ROS 2). Jaime Martin Losa (CEO) will set the technical direction for the second generation of the Robot Operating System together with representatives from Amazon, Apex.AI, Arm, Bosch, Intel, LG, Microsoft, Open Robotics, Robotis, TARDEC, and Toyota.

Madrid, February 2019

Apex.AI, a leading producer of software for autonomous mobility systems, is developing Apex.OS which is a safe, secure, robust and certified version of ROS 2. Apex.OS is using open source eProsima Fast RTPS product as one of its two backbone middlewares.

Madrid,  January 2019

ROBOTIS Co., Ltd has chosen eProsima Micro XRCE-DDS (Data-Distribution Service for Extremely Resource Constrained Environments) for the CommXel microcontroller firmware to integrate their XEL Network into ROS 2.

Madrid, January 2019

The CEO of eProsima Jaime Martin Losa participated in the project DIH2 kick-off at the Tampere Conference in Finland. The conference discussed two EU funded projects of robotics: A Pan‐European Network of Robotics DIHs for Agile Production (DIH2) and Human - Robot collaboration project (Trinity), held in Tampere, Finland on 15-17 January 2019.