– fast and intuitive robot programming based on ROS!

ROSVITA is an in-browser and in-cloud robot programming IDE that allows for easy programming of complex sensor feedback driven robot behavior. Using an intuitive user interface as well as high quality 2D and 3D visualization we enable users to interact with their robots - in real-time.

Download ROSVITA

Version 0.7 - Ubuntu 16.04 / 18.04

First steps

1. Set up Rosvita

Thanks to the Docker-Image, which already contains all the necessary packages, ROSVITA can be quickly and easily installed. All you need is a current Ubuntu operating system (preferably Ubuntu 16.04 or higher) and a current Internet browser
(preferably Google Chrome).

Download ROSVITA

Version 0.7 - Ubuntu 16.04 / 18.04

2. Getting Started

The category DOCs in the navigation menu helps you to get started with the ROSVITA software. The "User Documentation" guides you step by step through the most important functions. Our tutorial videos show you possible applications and interesting features.

ROSVITA Controller

ROSVITA Controller

One Arm Robots

Dual Arm Robots

ROSVITA Controller

Cameras and 3D sensors

Force-torque sensors

Gripper systems

Linear axis, light barriers, gauges ...


The ROSVITA Controller is the compact nerve center for your robotic solutions. Space-saving, maintenance-free, quiet (thanks to closed-circuit liquid cooling), and most of all: powerful.

Equipped with the latest generation of Intel CPUs and a high-end GPU the ROSVITA Controller has the computing power to enable real-time 3D interaction.

3D Visualization, DeepLearning, etc. - the ROSVITA Controller can handle it. And of course it's "VR Ready".

Technical Specifications

  • CPU
  • Intel Core i7-6700 (3.4GHz, up to 4.0GHz)
  • Memory
  • 2 x DDR3L-1600 SODIMM Slots (up to 16GB)
  • GPU
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 w/ 4GB GDDR5
  • Cooling system
  • Liquid cooled
  • Dimensions
  • 225mm x 203mm x 128mm



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