Foxglove now offers improved support for visualizing robot models described by the Unified Robot Description Format (URDF) in the 3D panel.
Foxglove has continued its week of announcements with news of the company being SOC 2 Type II compliant, and more.
Foxglove, a company creating flexible, user-extensible developer tools, announced that it brought in $15 million in Series A funding.
Foxglove announced that its rolling out a new beta version of its 3D panel for its development platform Foxglove Studio.
To successfully introduce robots to the public at scale, we need to acknowledge robotics as a more open-ended endeavor that requires more diverse tooling than traditional software development.
Adrian Macneil, co-founder and CEO of Foxglove, discusses the company’s spin-out from autonomous driving company Cruise, how its solutions differ from RViz, challenges of robotics development and the keys to running his startup.
The funding will be used to expand its extensions API, add support for more robotics frameworks and launch features in its Data Platform.