The dSPACE Interface Blockset for ROS provides an easy-to-use method to exchange data between dSPACE real-time systems and ROS.
Functions for advanced driving assistance systems and autonomous driving (ADAS/AD) require multiple heterogeneous data streams such as cameras, radar, and lidar. The Robot Operating System (ROS) is an open source framework that is widely used for prototyping these ADAS/AD functions. Through the dSPACE Interface Blockset for ROS, the power of hard real-time prototyping and testing offered by the dSPACE PC-based simulation platform VEOS and real-time hardware (MicroAutoBox and SCALEXIO) is combined with the ROS benefits for perception and sensor fusion prototyping.
The dSPACE Interface Blockset for ROS provides an easy-to-use method to exchange data between dSPACE real-time systems and ROS. The blockset contains a collection of blocks to manage diverse tasks. It allows for setting up basic parameters, updating the ROS Interface and importing ROS messages, in addition to the core functionality of publishing ROS topics by encoding Simulink® buses to UDP1) (User Datagram Protocol) packages, and subscribing to ROS topics by decoding UDP1) packages into Simulink buses.
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