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October went fast, full of news and packed with interesting robotics applications. This month certainly doesn’t need an intro, so we will let the news take all your attention.
ROS CVE alert- ensuring security for robotics
Early in October, Open Robotics registered a CVE security vulnerability that affects ROS Kinetic, Melodic and Noetic. CVE stands for Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures, and it’s an international system that provides a method for publicly sharing information on cybersecurity vulnerabilities and exposures. This specific CVE affects ROS users and their security for robotics.
If you are working with any of these ROS distributions, act now. Here you can find information on what you should do.
Open source robotics events – ROS Industrial Europe
The ROS Industrial consortium for Europe is organizing the last conference of the year, with a two days event that will bring together the ROS-Industrial Community to discuss new development topics as well as give newcomers and interested parties an overview of the software, activities and benefits.
The first day (December 1st) will focus on more high-level, business-related aspects of ROS and is perfect for newcomers and interested parties. The second day (December 2nd) is dedicated to the community to present, explore and exchange about new developments and planning the community’s roadmap.
Head here to register!
Autonomous mobile robots – but on the water
We all know well why autonomous vehicles are not yet available for the public (no, it
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