PolySync Core 2.2.0

Jun 12, 2017

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PolySync Core 2.1.1

Apr 26, 2017

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PolySync Core 2.0.11

Feb 17, 2017

New

  1. Support for Ubuntu 16.04

    • To take advantage of the features below, upgrade to the new Ubuntu distribution
    • Coming Soon: PolySync Core support for Ubuntu 14.04
  2. Support for the QNX® Neutrino® RTOS

  3. ROS Bridge

    • PolySync Core <> ROS bridge is now bidirectional, allowing data to flow between Core and ROS buses in real-time
    • How to use the ROS Bridge
  4. PolySync Core <> MATLAB integration (beta) provides a workflow to export data from Core to .CSV, and then import into MATLAB

    • Coming Soon:  fully-supported bridge developed in collaboration with MathWorks to provide PolySync Core <> MATLAB class / Simulink block streaming interface
  5. Support for the Renesas R-Car H3 autonomous driving platform, running the QNX® Neutrino® RTOS

  6. Support for the NVIDIA DRIVE PX2 autonomous driving platform

  7. Support for 32 sensors and actuation systems popular in the autonomous driving environment

  8. PolySync Transcoder

    • Open source interface for accessing and converting stored logfiles (plogs)
    • Ability to introspect all Core logfiles regardless of the data model
    • Ability to decode specific sensor data through sensor descriptors, starting with the Ibeo family of LiDAR sensors
    • Coming soon: a Python binding to the PolySync logfile encoder and decoder; plugins to convert Core logfiles to hdf5 and rosbag; more sensor descriptors to decode sensor data
    • Learn more about the Transcoder, then learn how to build and install the Transcoder

Change Log

Technical changes from 2.0.8 to 2.0.9, that a developer would need/want to know before upgrading applications written on the older version.

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PolySync Core 2.0.9

Feb 13, 2017

New

  1. Support for Ubuntu 16.04

    • To take advantage of the features below, upgrade to the new Ubuntu distribution
    • Coming Soon: PolySync Core support for Ubuntu 14.04
  2. Support for the QNX® Neutrino® RTOS

  3. ROS Bridge

    • PolySync Core <> ROS bridge is now bidirectional, allowing data to flow between Core and ROS buses in real-time
    • How to use the ROS Bridge
  4. PolySync Core <> MATLAB integration (beta) provides a workflow to export data from Core to .CSV, and then import into MATLAB

    • Coming Soon:  fully-supported bridge developed in collaboration with MathWorks to provide PolySync Core <> MATLAB class / Simulink block streaming interface
  5. Support for the Renesas R-Car H3 autonomous driving platform, running the QNX® Neutrino® RTOS

  6. Support for the NVIDIA DRIVE PX2 autonomous driving platform

  7. Support for 32 sensors and actuation systems popular in the autonomous driving environment

  8. PolySync Transcoder

    • Open source interface for accessing and converting stored logfiles (plogs)
    • Ability to introspect all Core logfiles regardless of the data model
    • Ability to decode specific sensor data through sensor descriptors, starting with the Ibeo family of LiDAR sensors
    • Coming soon: a Python binding to the PolySync logfile encoder and decoder; plugins to convert Core logfiles to hdf5 and rosbag; more sensor descriptors to decode sensor data
    • Learn more about the Transcoder, then learn how to build and install the Transcoder

Change Log

Technical changes from 2.0.8 to 2.0.9, that a developer would need/want to know before upgrading applications written on the older version.

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PolySync 2.0.8-pr.8

Nov 21, 2016

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PolySync 2.0.7-pr.7

Sep 6, 2016

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PolySync 2.0.6-pr.6

Jul 13, 2016

Known Issues:

We’re aware of an issue where the GUI installer will fail to properly update or install a new instance of PolySync. The issue was caused by an compression extraction bug in the installer provided by a vendor. Good news is that we have a fix ready for the next PolySync release (pr.7). In the meantime, please use the tarball (tar.gz) package provided and command line interface to install PolySync. Instructions can be found here. Thank you for your patience and understanding while we fix this issue.

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PolySync 2.0.5-pr.5

May 15, 2016

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We’re aware of a memory leak within DDS that affects systems looping logfiles larger than 75GB

PolySync 2.0.4-pr.4

May 18, 2016

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Known Issues

We’re aware of a memory leak within DDS that affects systems looping logfiles larger than 75GB

PolySync 2.0.3-pr.3

Apr 20, 2016

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Known Issues

We’re aware of a memory leak within DDS that affects systems looping logfiles larger than 75GB

PolySync 2.0.2-pr.2

Mar 22, 2016

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Known Issues

We’re aware of a memory leak within DDS that affects systems looping logfiles larger than 75GB

PolySync 2.0.1-pr.1

Nov 1, 2015

There are no release notes for v.1.0.1.