ROS (Robot Operating System) provides control of articulated robots and sensors. A set of plugins create a seamless interface between Gazebo and ROS, allowing developers to easily switch between hardware and simulation.Visit the ROS website
A physics abstraction layer allows different physics engines to be used within Gazebo, and allows plugins to access to many parameters of each physics engine.Learn More
An online repository of models, materials, meshes, and plugins provides Gazebo with access to user created content through a simple drag-and-drop interface.Learn More
A redesigned graphical interface provides access to simulation properties, modification of models, and drag-and-drop insertion of models.Learn More
- Information about gazebo, its components, and tutorials.
- Doxygen-generated documentation.
- User Guide
- A complete guide to using Gazebo.
- Simulation Description Format (SDF)
- A universal and flexible XML file format for robots and simulation.
- Protobuf Message Descriptions
- Gazebo's built in messages for inter-process communication.