Websites about specific robotics software packages or code are listed here. These are sites where you can obtain (e.g. download or purchase) the software. Comprehensive software packages or libraries that perform both control and simulation functions are listed in the main category. Subcategories are provided for software the is primarily for simulation or control.
Open-source Java library for robotics, AI and vision. Supports Pioneer, Hemisson, Khepera II & III, Aibo, Finch and Player/Stage simulations.
Multiagent robotics mission specification and control software. Takes high-level military-style plans and executes them with teams of real or simulated robots. MissionLab is proprietary software buy may be used at no cost in some non-commercial cases.
A collection of C++ classes and ready-to-use applications aimed at research on Localization and Mapping (SLAM), particle and Kalman filtering, vision, and obstacle avoidance. Also known as MRPT.
Open source robotics software development kit based on the JAUS Reference Architecture
Open source framework for developing component-based robotic systems. Website includes examples, tutorials and quick-start documentation.
Player is a language and platform independent network server for robot control. Stage simulates a population mobile robots in a 2D environment. Both are Free Software written in C++ and licensed under GNU GPL.
A collection of Java-based control and simulation programs for multiagent mobile robotics research developed at CMU and Georgia Tech. Full source code is included. Non-commercial use only.
A software for making experiments with multiple robots in 3d, that sits on top of Player/Stage and Open/CV.
The Open Robot Control Software Project aims to develop an architecture-independent component based framework for all aspects of robot control. Orocos is Free Software licensed under the GNU LGPL.
An Open Source robotics project that aims to develop standardized simulators, control software, and APIs for mobile robotics applications. All code is Free Software licensed under the GNU GPL.
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