We have prepared a „quick start” tutorial for all of you Telepresence robot owners. Read the full update.
We’ve got important news for you. Read the full update.
It's time to let you know how the things are going. Our production window is booked, electronic components are already in place, and PCBA assembly will kick off soon. Read the full update.
Thanks for your support! CORE2 production starts in 3, 2, 1… Read the full update.
Dear robot lovers, there's only one more day of the crowdfunding campaign for the Husarion CORE2 robotic controller. Read the full update.
We have some fresh news regarding ROSbot. Read the full update.
At Husarion we address your robot's security in a few different areas: Read the full update.
Here's a thank you video from Husarion co-founder, Dominik. Read the full update.
One question we frequently hear is "do I need Husarion Cloud to use CORE2?”. The answer is simple: "no, don’t worry, we'll provide offline development tools as well." Read the full update.
On Friday, July 7th ROSbot was used for the first time during ROS workshops that our company organized together with one of the startup incubators. Read the full update.
Printable 3D models of CORE2 enclosures now available on GitHub. Read the full update.
It has been a week since the start of our campaign and thanks to your support, we’ve managed to reach 25% of our goal already! You’re awesome! Because we want to make it even easier for you to enjoy creating robots, we have a treat for you - a new pledge level with an out of the box telepresence robot. Read the full update.
The Husarion CORE2 campaign is now live. Husarion CORE2 is a computer designed for fast prototyping of robotic projects. It interfaces directly with motors, servos, encoders, sensors etc. Read the full update.
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