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You can use rosserial_mbed). It is a client library similar to rosserial_arduino that will help you to easily interface your hardware with mbed compatible micro-controllers. You can find a tutorial here

If you are interested in development boards like Arduino, you can use the ST Nucleo development boards that are powerful, cheap compared to Arduino and with a consequent community.

You can use rosserial_mbed)rosserial_mbed. It is a client library similar to rosserial_arduino that will help you to easily interface your hardware with mbed compatible micro-controllers. You can find a tutorial here

If you are interested in development boards like Arduino, you can use the ST Nucleo development boards that are powerful, cheap compared to Arduino and with a consequent community.

You can use rosserial_mbed. It is a client library similar to rosserial_arduino that will help you to easily interface your hardware with mbed compatible micro-controllers. You can find a tutorial here

If you are interested in development boards like Arduino, you can use the ST Nucleo development boards that are powerful, cheap compared to Arduino and with a consequent community.

It seems that most of the solutions are based on ARM. If you want to use a PIC or other architectures, you need to implement the rosserial protocol on the micro-controller.

You can use rosserial_mbed. It is a client library similar to rosserial_arduino that will help you to easily interface your hardware with mbed compatible micro-controllers. You can find a tutorial here.

If you are interested in development boards like Arduino, you can use the ST Nucleo development boards that are powerful, cheap compared to Arduino and with a consequent community.

It seems that most of the solutions are based on ARM. If you want to use a PIC or other architectures, you need to implement the rosserial protocol on the micro-controller.