U.S. Army Ground Vehicle Systems Center has released an open source robotic data recording tool known as Data DirectoR, or DDR for short.
“Data DirectoR standardizes data collection and expands the amount of data collected while managing resource consumption, paving the way towards standardized analysis,” said Kevin Mills, GVSC associate director for Robotics. “This ensures that data between organizations and industry vendors remains comparable. Many of DDR’s features are also focused on increasing data collection reliability, especially in harsh field-testing conditions.”
DDR is available via ROS-M.