The psen_scan package for Pilz laser scanner
- Maintainer status: end-of-life (An upgrade is available. See https://github.com/PilzDE/psen_scan_v2/#migration for detailed instruction.)
- Maintainer: Alexander Gutenkunst <a.gutenkunst AT pilz DOT de>, Christian Döhn <c.doehn AT pilz DOT de>, Giuseppe Sansone <g.sansone AT pilz DOT de>, Sascha Heinisch <s.heinisch AT pilz DOT de>
- License: LGPLv3
- Source: git https://github.com/PilzDE/psen_scan.git (branch: melodic-devel)
The psen_scan package is a ROS integration of the Pilz safety laser scanner PSENscan. Our ROS package is ready for immediate use in industrial and service robotics environments.
For a list of supported devices please refer to our Readme on Github.
For getting started quickly please see the Readme on Github.
We created a set of tutorials that walk you through integrating the Pilz safety laser scanner PSENscan into your existing application, or creating a completely new one. For example you can learn how to store your configurations permanently and how to start multiple scanners simultaneously.
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Pilz is an international-scale, innovative automation technology company. Pilz uses its solutions to create safety for man, machine and the environment. In addition to the head office in Ostfildern near Stuttgart, the family business is represented by over 2,400 employees at 42 subsidiaries and branches on all continents.
The company's products include sensor technology, electronic monitoring relays, safety relays, configurable and programmable control systems, automation solutions with motion control, systems for industrial communication as well as visualization solutions and operator terminals.
Pilz solutions can be used in all areas of mechanical engineering, including the packaging and automotive sector, plus the railway technology, press and wind energy sectors. These solutions ensure that baggage handling systems run safely at airports and funiculars or roller coasters travel safely; they guarantee fire protection an energy supply in buildings.