Madrid, July 2020

ALMA logo

eProsima is happy to announce the approval of ALMA as a EU funded AI project.

eProsima will coordinate ALMA, a 4 year R&D project focused on Algebraic Machine Learning (AML) which has recently been proposed as a new learning paradigm that builds upon Abstract Algebra, Model Theory.

Madrid, June 2020

The PX4 Developer Summit is a 2-day event in which professionals form all over the world exchange technological insights of the drone sector.

Madrid, June 2020

eProsima announces the general availability of eProsima Shapes Demo 2.0.

This release is compatible with eProsima Fast DDS 2.0 and Micro XRCE-DDS 1.3. It can be used to demonstrate the capabilities of the dds middleware or as an interoperability demonstrator with other implementations of the DDS protocol.

Madrid, June 2020

eProsima announces the general availability of Micro XRCE-DDS 1.3.0. With this release Micro XRCE-DDS is fully compatible with the latest version of eProsima Fast DDS 2.0 for ROS 2 Foxy.

Madrid, June 2020

eProsima webinar - The Use of DDS Middleware in RoboticsOn June 17th eProsima will hold a webinar hosted by the Fiware Foundation. The Fiware Foundation offers a series of free webinars about open source platform components for Smart Solutions and eProsima is happy to present “The Use of DDS Middleware in Robotics”.

Madrid, June 2020

With the release of version 2.0, eProsima announces the compliance of Fast RTPS with the OMG DDS 1.4 standard and therefore the symbolic change of name to Fast DDS.

In addition to this achievement, Fast DDS 2.0 offers improved CPU and memory usages besides other improvements and new features. 

Madrid, May 2020

eProsima sponsors this year’s ROS Developers Day 2020 on June 27th. It will be a day full of interesting topics for ROS developers of all levels, including two lectures from eProsima themselves.

Madrid, May 2020

eProsima officially announces the change of name from Fast RTPS to Fast DDS.

Madrid, May 2020

eProsima announces the general availability of Micro XRCE-DDS 1.2.0. This release introduces the following new features:

  • IPv6 support.
  • Requester/Replier support.
  • Packaging compatibility with colcon.
  • Isolated installation option.
  • Raspberry Pi support.

But there is more:

The new version also changed the serial transport.

eProsima Micro XRCE-DDS is an open source wire protocol that implements the OMG DDS standard for eXtremly Resource Constrained Environments.

Madrid, May 2020

Automation is the key to the development within the supply chain and logistics sectors, as it has the potential to improve productivity while reducing costs and protecting workers’ health.

micro-ROS warehouse automation demo

Madrid, April 2020

eProsima announces the general availability of eProsima Fast RTPS 1.10.0. This release introduces the following new features:

  • New built-in Shared Memory Transport
  • Added parameters to fully avoid dynamic allocations
  • Transport API refactored to support locator iterators
  • Added subscriber API to retrieve info of first non-taken sample
  • History of built-in endpoints can be configured

But there is more:
The new version also includes other features, bug fixing 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 2020

The DDS security standard includes 5 security modules.

  1. Authentication plugin
  2. Access Control plugin
  3. Cryptographic plugin
  4. Logging plugin
  5. Data Tagging

eProsima’s Fast RTPS already includes the Authentication, Access Control and Cryptographic security plugins, and as of ROS 2 Foxy will also include the Logging plugin developed by Canonical. Therefore, Fast RTPS is the most secure open source DDS implementation for ROS 2.

Madrid, February 2020

 Wind_RiverWind River and eProsima are collaborating to enable ROS (Robot Operating System) on critical applications by extending the platform support of ROS to the Wind River VxWorks real-time operating system (RTOS) and the Linux Foundation’s Zephyr Project. This will allow for the creation of a holistic ROS2 architecture across heterogeneous real-time systems composed of microprocessors running VxWorks and microcontrollers running Zephyr.