Freedom Robotics

Freedom Robotics Developer Hub

Welcome to the Freedom Robotics developer hub!

You'll find comprehensive guides and documentation to help you start working with Freedom Robotics as quickly as possible, as well as support if you get stuck. Let's jump right in!

For guides to setting up a device and using Freedom's core features, choose Get Started. If you'd prefer to jump in by yourself, choose Reference for detailed interface specifications.

Get Started    API Reference

The Pilot Tab

Configuring your robot for remote tele-operation

Prerequisites: To use the following features, please complete the 5-minute install.

Freedom's pilot features give operators the ability to remotely drive, control, and operate both mobile and stationary robots. Freedom enables you to remotely operate your robot in five key ways:

1. Commands: Send commands to your robot while viewing video feeds and monitoring the state of key metrics.

2. Driving: Easily drive mobile robots using an onscreen joystick, your keyboard, or a game controller while viewing low-latency video and LiDAR feeds.

3. Navigate with a map: Relocalize your robot, send navigation waypoints, and observe your robot navigate in an integrated 2D and 3D map-based view.

4. Navigate with GPS: Visualize the location of your robot on a map and navigate by sending GPS-based waypoints to your robot.

5. Video click interactions: Click on the video feed to send the coordinates of that point in the image to your robot.

ROS Ready

These features are tuned to work out-of-the-box with ROS 1 and 2, but also work with all other platforms based on the same message definitions.

Enable teleop

Freedom's teleop features are available under the Plus, Professional, and Enterprise plans. To upgrade your account, navigate to MENU → TEAM SETTINGS → UPGRADE PLAN.

Updated about a year ago

The Pilot Tab

Configuring your robot for remote tele-operation

Suggested Edits are limited on API Reference Pages

You can only suggest edits to Markdown body content, but not to the API spec.