Husarion CORE2

A connected computer for robots

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ROS-powered, Linux-enabled Computer with Wireless Connectivity

Husarion CORE2 is a computer designed for fast prototyping of robotic projects. It interfaces directly with motors, servos, encoders, sensors etc.

With hFramework - a library based on RTOS with simple API in C++ 11, with built-in real-time modules useful in robotics like PID, you will easily create even complex control algorithms for your robot.

Husarion Cloud enables you to easily create robots that can be programmed and controlled via web browser.

It is available in 2 configurations:

  • CORE2 - a low-power, cloud connected real-time computer with Wi-Fi
  • CORE2-ROS - a ROS powered, cloud connected computer with Wi-Fi combining real-time capabilities and high computing power. Ideal for autonomous robots.


Compatible with ROS

Thanks to CORE2-ROS with rich set of ROS modules and all building tools included, you even don’t need any other computer to develop robot software. CORE2 & ROS tutorial is also ready to help you start in minutes.

Online & offline development tools

  • Programmable over the internet, with all building tools and many examples on
  • For offline development download SDK and install Visual Studio Code “Husarion” extension

Web User Interface

  • All your robots listed on
  • Easy creating custom web user interface for each robot
  • Robot sharing through link or e-mail
  • Streaming video with WebRTC - e.g. for telepresence robot

LEGO® Mindstorms® compatible with a special adapter

Build first prototype of your robot using this popular set

Hardware specifications

Label Description
MCU Real time microcontroller: STM32F4, ARM CORTEX-M4, 168MHz, 192kB RAM, 1MB Flash
hRPi Expansion port used for add-ons (included in each kit):
CORE2-ROS: a single board computer (Raspberry Pi 3 - ARMv8, 1.2GHz, 1GB RAM, 16GB Flash)
CORE2: an ESP32 based Wi-Fi module
hMot 4 DC motor outputs + 4 quadrature encoder inputs
hServo 6 servo ports with selectable voltage level (5 / 6 / 7.4 / 8.6 V)
hSens 6 sensor ports (4 x GPIO, ADC/ext. interrupt, I2C/UART, 5V out)
hExt Extension port (12 x GPIO, 7 x ADC, SPI, I2C, UART, 2 x ext. interrupt)
USB serial USB serial port through FTDI chip
USB host USB host with 1A charging capability
micro SD Micro SD card slot
CAN CAN interface with onboard transceiver
DBG SWD (Serial Wire Debug) - STM32F4 debug port
Vin Supply voltage input: 6 - 16V DC (with built-in overcurrent, overvoltage, and reverse polarity protection)

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