This page lists the hardware platforms that we use to test and develop micro-ROS, and also accessories that we frequently refer to, such as add-on boards, and JTAG probes.
Even that micro-ROS technology can be ported to many targets, we have decided to select development platforms to support them. This page describes the main characteristic of those boards.
Olimex LTD STM32-E407
The Olimex LTD STM32-E407 is an open-hardware low-cost entry board for developing custom applications with the STM32F407ZGT6 Cortex-M4F microcontrollers from STMicroelectronics.
It contains 196KB of RAM and 1MB of Flash. It is a very complete board thanks to the wide variety of communication interfaces it offers: USB OTG, Ethernet, SD Card slot, SPI, CAN or I2C buses are exposed. The board contains various expansion options available: Arduino-like headers for attaching daughter boards, many pins exposed, as well as a UEXT connector. This connector is a custom pin-out bus and is used to attach sensor breakouts sensors that manufacturer sells.
In order to flash and debug the board, it is required to get a JTAG probe. We recommend getting on of the next JTAG probes:
The (STM32L1 Discovery Kit)[https://www.st.com/en/evaluation-tools/32l152cdiscovery.html] is an open hardware design, ultra low power and low-cost entry board for developing custom applications. It contains an STM32L152RCT6 Cortex-M3 microcontroller manufactured by ST Microelectronics. This part number contains 32KB of RAM and 256KB of flash memory. It also includes an ST-Link in-circuit debugger that allows flashing and debugging the target microcontroller.