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Get Started with ROS Toolbox

Design, simulate, and deploy ROS-based applications

ROS Toolbox provides an interface connecting MATLAB® and Simulink® with the Robot Operating System (ROS and ROS 2), enabling you to create a network of ROS nodes. The toolbox includes MATLAB functions and Simulink blocks to import, analyze, and play back ROS data recorded in rosbag files. You can also connect to a live ROS network to access ROS messages.

The toolbox lets you verify ROS nodes via desktop simulation and by connecting to external robot simulators such as Gazebo. ROS Toolbox supports C++ code generation (with Simulink Coder™), enabling you to automatically generate ROS nodes from a Simulink model and deploy to simulated or physical hardware. Support for Simulink external mode lets you view messages and change parameters while your model is running on hardware.

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About Robot Operating System

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What Is ROS Toolbox?
Explore how you can use ROS Toolbox for design and development of autonomous systems.

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Programming Robots with ROS and ROS 2 using MATLAB and Simulink
Connect to ROS and ROS 2, design robotic perception and control algorithms in MATLAB and Simulink, and deploy them as standalone ROS nodes.

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Automated ROS and ROS 2 Node Generation from Prototyping to Production
Deploy C++ and CUDA®- optimized ROS or ROS 2 nodes from MATLAB scripts and Simulink models.