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AWS RoboMaker now supports conditional over-the-air deployment

Source: AWS AWS RoboMaker, a service that makes it easy to develop, simulate, and deploy robotics applications, now supports conditional over-the-air (OTA) deployment for fleet management. This new feature allows developers to specify a pre-check condition during deployment so that you can have more granular control over the deployment process. For example, you can specify a condition to be a certain level of battery. The deployment will only be triggered if the battery level on a robot meets the specified condition.  

AWS RoboMaker now supports connectivity to a simulation job

Source: AWS AWS RoboMaker, a service that makes it easy to develop, simulate, and deploy intelligent robotics applications, now supports the ability to interact with the applications in your simulation job, by connecting to your robot application or simulation application with port forwarding. A RoboMaker simulation job is a pairing of a robot application and a simulation application running in the cloud. When you configure port forwarding, traffic will be forwarded from the simulation job port to the application port. For example, customers can now connect to an HTTP server or ROS bridge running in their robot or simulation application, and debug or interact with their applications from a web browser running on their local laptops.

AWS RoboMaker now supports offline logs and metrics for the AWS RoboMaker CloudWatch cloud extension

Source: AWS AWS RoboMaker, a service that makes it easy to develop, simulate, and deploy intelligent robotic applications, now supports offline logs and metrics for its CloudWatch cloud extension.

AWS RoboMaker Expands to the EU (Frankfurt), Asia Pacific (Singapore), US East (Ohio) Regions

Source: AWS AWS RoboMaker, a service that makes it easy to develop, simulate, and deploy intelligent robotics applications at scale, is now available in the EU (Frankfurt), Asia Pacific (Singapore), US East (Ohio) regions. With these additions, RoboMaker is now available in seven regions globally.  

AWS RoboMaker announces support for Robot Operating System (ROS) Melodic

Source: AWS AWS RoboMaker, a service that makes it easy to develop, simulate, and deploy intelligent robotics applications at scale, announces the support for ROS-Melodic Morenia, which is the latest long term support (LTS) release for ROS. Now with AWS RoboMaker, customers can build robotics applications with ROS-Melodic, in addition to the existing ROS-Kinetic distribution.

AWS RoboMaker now supports new languages, tagging, and AWS CloudFormation

Source: AWS AWS RoboMaker makes it easy to develop, test, and deploy intelligent robotics applications at scale. Today we have added support for nine new languages in the RoboMaker Console, including French, Korean, Simplified and Traditional Chinese, Japanese, German, Italian, Spanish, and Brazilian Portuguese. In addition, RoboMaker is now integrated with tagging and AWS CloudFormation for easy resource management and creation. You can now use tags to allocate cost and control access for RoboMaker resources such as robot applications, simulation applications, simulation jobs, robots, and fleets. You can now also use CloudFormation to easily create RoboMaker resources such as robot applications, simulation applications, robots, and fleets. AWS RoboMaker is available in US East (N. Virgini...