fastrtps repository

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/eProsima/Fast-RTPS.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2018-12-14
Dev Status DEVELOPED
Released RELEASED

Packages

No packages found.

README

eProsima Fast RTPS

License

eprosima Fast RTPS is a C++ implementation of the RTPS (Real Time Publish Subscribe) protocol, which provides publisher-subscriber communications over unreliable transports such as UDP, as defined and maintained by the Object Management Group (OMG) consortium. RTPS is also the wire interoperability protocol defined for the Data Distribution Service (DDS) standard, again by the OMG. eProsima Fast RTPS holds the benefit of being standalone and up-to-date, as most vendor solutions either implement RTPS as a tool to implement DDS or use past versions of the specification.

Some of the main features of this library are:

  • Configurable best-effort and reliable publish-subscribe communication policies for real-time applications.
  • Plug and play connectivity so that any new applications are automatically discovered by any other members of the network.
  • Modularity and scalability to allow continuous growth with complex and simple devices in the network.
  • Configurable network behavior and interchangeable transport layer: Choose the best protocol and system input/output channel combination for each deployment.
  • Two API Layers: a high-level Publisher-Subscriber one focused on usability and a lower-level Writer-Reader one that provides finer access to the inner workings of the RTPS protocol.

eProsima Fast RTPS has been adopted by multiple organizations in many sectors including these important cases:

  • Robotics: ROS (Robotic Operating System) as their default middleware for ROS2.
  • EU R&D: FIWARE Incubated GE.

Installation Guide

You can get either a binary distribution of eprosima Fast RTPS or compile the library yourself from source.

Installation from binaries

The latest, up to date binary release of eprosima Fast RTPS can be obtained from the company website.

Installation from Source

To compile eprosima Fast RTPS from source, at least Cmake version 2.8.12 is needed. Clone the project from GitHub:

$ git clone https://github.com/eProsima/Fast-RTPS
$ cd Fast-RTPS
$ mkdir build
$ cd build

If you are on Linux, execute:

$ cmake -DTHIRDPARTY=ON ..
$ make
$ make install

If you are on Windows, choose your version of Visual Studio:

> cmake -G "Visual Studio 14 2015 Win64" -DTHIRDPARTY=ON ..
> cmake --build . --target install

If you want to compile the performance tests, you will need to add the argument -DPERFORMANCE_TESTS=ON when calling Cmake.

Documentation

You can access the documentation online, which is hosted on Read the Docs.

Getting Help

If you need support you can reach us by mail at support@eProsima.com or by phone at +34 91 804 34 48.

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/eProsima/Fast-RTPS.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2018-12-14
Dev Status DEVELOPED
Released RELEASED

Packages

No packages found.

README

eProsima Fast RTPS

License

eprosima Fast RTPS is a C++ implementation of the RTPS (Real Time Publish Subscribe) protocol, which provides publisher-subscriber communications over unreliable transports such as UDP, as defined and maintained by the Object Management Group (OMG) consortium. RTPS is also the wire interoperability protocol defined for the Data Distribution Service (DDS) standard, again by the OMG. eProsima Fast RTPS holds the benefit of being standalone and up-to-date, as most vendor solutions either implement RTPS as a tool to implement DDS or use past versions of the specification.

Some of the main features of this library are:

  • Configurable best-effort and reliable publish-subscribe communication policies for real-time applications.
  • Plug and play connectivity so that any new applications are automatically discovered by any other members of the network.
  • Modularity and scalability to allow continuous growth with complex and simple devices in the network.
  • Configurable network behavior and interchangeable transport layer: Choose the best protocol and system input/output channel combination for each deployment.
  • Two API Layers: a high-level Publisher-Subscriber one focused on usability and a lower-level Writer-Reader one that provides finer access to the inner workings of the RTPS protocol.

eProsima Fast RTPS has been adopted by multiple organizations in many sectors including these important cases:

  • Robotics: ROS (Robotic Operating System) as their default middleware for ROS2.
  • EU R&D: FIWARE Incubated GE.

Installation Guide

You can get either a binary distribution of eprosima Fast RTPS or compile the library yourself from source.

Installation from binaries

The latest, up to date binary release of eprosima Fast RTPS can be obtained from the company website.

Installation from Source

To compile eprosima Fast RTPS from source, at least Cmake version 2.8.12 is needed. Clone the project from GitHub:

$ git clone https://github.com/eProsima/Fast-RTPS
$ cd Fast-RTPS
$ mkdir build
$ cd build

If you are on Linux, execute:

$ cmake -DTHIRDPARTY=ON ..
$ make
$ make install

If you are on Windows, choose your version of Visual Studio:

> cmake -G "Visual Studio 14 2015 Win64" -DTHIRDPARTY=ON ..
> cmake --build . --target install

If you want to compile the performance tests, you will need to add the argument -DPERFORMANCE_TESTS=ON when calling Cmake.

Documentation

You can access the documentation online, which is hosted on Read the Docs.

Getting Help

If you need support you can reach us by mail at support@eProsima.com or by phone at +34 91 804 34 48.

Repository Summary

Checkout URI https://github.com/eProsima/Fast-RTPS.git
VCS Type git
VCS Version master
Last Updated 2018-12-14
Dev Status DEVELOPED
Released RELEASED

Packages

No packages found.

README

eProsima Fast RTPS

License

eprosima Fast RTPS is a C++ implementation of the RTPS (Real Time Publish Subscribe) protocol, which provides publisher-subscriber communications over unreliable transports such as UDP, as defined and maintained by the Object Management Group (OMG) consortium. RTPS is also the wire interoperability protocol defined for the Data Distribution Service (DDS) standard, again by the OMG. eProsima Fast RTPS holds the benefit of being standalone and up-to-date, as most vendor solutions either implement RTPS as a tool to implement DDS or use past versions of the specification.

Some of the main features of this library are:

  • Configurable best-effort and reliable publish-subscribe communication policies for real-time applications.
  • Plug and play connectivity so that any new applications are automatically discovered by any other members of the network.
  • Modularity and scalability to allow continuous growth with complex and simple devices in the network.
  • Configurable network behavior and interchangeable transport layer: Choose the best protocol and system input/output channel combination for each deployment.
  • Two API Layers: a high-level Publisher-Subscriber one focused on usability and a lower-level Writer-Reader one that provides finer access to the inner workings of the RTPS protocol.

eProsima Fast RTPS has been adopted by multiple organizations in many sectors including these important cases:

  • Robotics: ROS (Robotic Operating System) as their default middleware for ROS2.
  • EU R&D: FIWARE Incubated GE.

Installation Guide

You can get either a binary distribution of eprosima Fast RTPS or compile the library yourself from source.

Installation from binaries

The latest, up to date binary release of eprosima Fast RTPS can be obtained from the company website.

Installation from Source

To compile eprosima Fast RTPS from source, at least Cmake version 2.8.12 is needed. Clone the project from GitHub:

$ git clone https://github.com/eProsima/Fast-RTPS
$ cd Fast-RTPS
$ mkdir build
$ cd build

If you are on Linux, execute:

$ cmake -DTHIRDPARTY=ON ..
$ make
$ make install

If you are on Windows, choose your version of Visual Studio:

> cmake -G "Visual Studio 14 2015 Win64" -DTHIRDPARTY=ON ..
> cmake --build . --target install

If you want to compile the performance tests, you will need to add the argument -DPERFORMANCE_TESTS=ON when calling Cmake.

Documentation

You can access the documentation online, which is hosted on Read the Docs.

Getting Help

If you need support you can reach us by mail at support@eProsima.com or by phone at +34 91 804 34 48.