The ROS2 Monitoring component is meant for developers using ROS2: a dashboard for monitoring health, login, examining services, publishers and subscribers associated to ROS2 nodes. The component includes a GUI, which is used to interact with the component, through the GUI the user can setup the ROS components that the user wants to monitor.
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5. Changes to this Policy
Version of this Policy: July 2020