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Do I need Husarion Cloud to use CORE2?

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."

To this end, we created a “Husarion extension” for Visual Studio Code that prepares the development environment for you, installs the toolchain, and downloads the SDK. This lets you develop code for your robot completely offline.

Installing and using “Husarion extension” is straightforward:

  1. download the Visual Studio Code
  2. install the Husarion extension
  3. write code and flash CORE2 using USB cable

If you’re a user of Emacs, Vim, Eclipse, or any other code editor or IDE, you can download our SDK and configure your favorite development environment as well.

So why did we create the Husarion cloud? To make building and managing your robots as easy as possible, thanks to:

  1. web IDE & remote firmware update
  2. all your robots are listed in a single place
  3. easily host and create a web UI for your robot (especially useful in development of telepresence robots)
  4. easily sharing your robot with other Husarion cloud users or simply through a link (in this case, people who open a link can control a robot through a web UI)

If you still have any questions regarding our offline and online development tools, don’t hesitate to ask.

Dominik and the Husarion Team

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Product Choices



CORE2 controller + wireless module with ESP32 + lifetime access to Husarion Cloud.



CORE2 controller + Raspberry Pi 3 / ASUS Tinker Board + acrylic glass bottom plate + microSD card with our Linux image with ROS + standoffs and screws + lifetime access to Husarion Cloud. If you have your own Single Board Computer, choose “without SBC” and you will receive the kit prepared to assemble your computer.



Adapter that allows connecting CORE2 or CORE2-ROS with LEGO® Mindstorms. Includes ten cables (4x20 cm, 4x35 cm, 2x50 cm) to connect LEGO® sensors and motors, 2 acrylic plates with holes for LEGO® bricks, stand-offs and screws required to connect everything together.


CORE2 Telepresence Robot

A complete kit to build your own telepresence robot in minutes. It includes a CORE2 controller (with ESP32), two DC motors with encoders and wheels, one servo motor, an MPU-9250 inertial measurement unit (IMU), and an acrylic chassis with an adjustable holder for a small tablet (not included).



Assembled robot with all the stuff you need to learn and develop ROS projects. Includes: CORE2-ROS controller with ASUS Tinker Board, 4x DC motor with encoders and wheels, metal chassis, battery pack for 18650 batteries, camera, RPLIDAR A2 360°, IMU (MPU-9250), four distance sensors from Sharp


Servo Controller for CORE2

A module for CORE2 that allows you to connect 12 additional RC servos. It communicates with CORE2 using hSensor interface. Maximum of four servo controllers can be connected to one hSensor port - which means you can control up to 102 servos from one CORE2.



We create the easy-to-use hardware, software, and cloud tools you need to prototype and manufacture robots and manage them in the field.

Hubert Zwiercan

Radek Jarema

Dominik Nowak

Paweł Jarosz

Alicja Jakubas

Mikołaj Żabiński

Mikołaj Wilczyński

Michał Zieliński


PCB fabrication

TME Electronic Components

Component provider

NCAB Group

PCB fabrication


Fulfillment & logistics

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