|An Overview of the Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio and its use in the new RobChair software architecture|
MRDS is a Windows-based environment for robot control and simulation and handles a wide variety of robot hardware.
Features include: a visual programming tool for creating and debugging robot applications, web-based and windows-based interfaces, 3D simulation, easy access to a robot’s sensors and actuators and support for a number of languages including C# and Visual Basic .NET, JScript, and IronPython.
One of the aims of this environment is becoming the standard robotics operating system, providing a common programming framework that can be applied to support a wide variety of robots, enabling code and skill transfer.
Some of Supported robots
Some MRDS Partners:
This briefly presentation will introduce you to the MRDS and its main features.