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[Discourse.ros.org] [Client Libraries] What is the fashionable approach to monitor robot status over a webpage?

Gary Edwards via ros-users




Hello,



Im planning on developing a webpage so I can quickly assess the status of my robot without having a terminal.



Ive seen the following suite of capabilities:

https://github.com/RobotWebTools



Are these still the most up to date framework?  They have some projects without commits for two years.



What is the community using nowadays?



Thank you,

PY











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[Discourse.ros.org] [Client Libraries] What is the fashionable approach to monitor robot status over a webpage?

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You might look at [Robot Commander,](https://github.com/UbiquityRobotics/Robot_Commander) which runs on Android.  There is also an [older version](https://github.com/UbiquityRobotics/speech_commands) for a workstation.

Possibly overkill.

Both use [RobotWebTools](https://github.com/RobotWebTools)

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Which aspects of your robot do you want to monitor? Are you looking for something like `rviz` for web or a dashboard approach like `rqt`, e.g. for plotting values?

If you are dealing with an industrial robot arm you might have a look at [Rosvita](https://xamla.com/en/) ([Videos](https://www.youtube.com/xamla)) which is currently in beta. `Rosvita` has a JS front-end that includes a 3D WorldView (visualization similar ro rviz) and a heart-beat based system status monitor (see package [xamla_sysmon](https://github.com/xamla/xamla_sysmon) at github). The system monitor ensures that criticial components are responsing (e.g. robot moves are disallowed when a gripper is not ready in order to prevent crashes).
 
Rosvita uses a custom ROS to Javascript bridge independent of RobotWebTools. Access to this JS lib will be provided in the near future for custom HMI developments. If you are interested please contact me via PM.

[My opinion is biased since I am a member of the Rosvita dev team.]





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Thank you for this information.



Im considering monitoring a robot deployed on a small form factor computer. I feel webinterface will be more scalable - any device can connect. Stop/starting services, looking at critical topics for diagnostics, all nodes up...



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Rosbridge with a simple JavaScript webpage works for me.





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