OctoMap / News: Recent posts

Moved to new location!

OctoMap development has moved to http://octomap.github.com/

This will hopefully ease future development, and enable easier integration of user contributions. All SVN history, releases, and tracker items have been migrated. The GitHub code repository is available at:

Posted by Armin Hornung 2012-12-21

OctoMap 1.4.2 release

We are please to announce the release of OctoMap 1.4.2, now available in the Download area. For a changelog, please see http://octomap.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/octomap/trunk/octomap/CHANGELOG.txt

Posted by Armin Hornung 2012-04-25

Feature request and bug tracker available

A feature request and bug request tracker for OctoMap is now available at https://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/octomap

Posted by Armin Hornung 2012-04-25

octomap 1.2 released

We are pleased to announce the release of octomap 1.2.
It is a major improvement over version 1.0 - it is faster, cleaner and
easier to integrate into existing projects. Thank you for your
contributions, feedback, and suggestions.

Posted by Kai M. Wurm 2011-08-17

Speeded-up version 0.8 released

OctoMap version 0.8 has just been released, incorporating the previously announced significant speedups. With v0.8, you will experience faster map building and querying times. Additionally, precompiled .deb packages for ROS on Ubuntu will be available soon in the cturtle repository at ros.org.

Posted by Armin Hornung 2010-11-17

Exciting Speedups

In the current SVN version we are testing a new raycasting method that is more than twice as fast as the traditional version.
This will speed up your map updates significantly, without having to change a line of code!

Stay tuned,

Posted by Kai M. Wurm 2010-08-10

Version 0.42 released

OctoMap now features read/write support for modified node types.
Using this mechanism you are able to save your customized maps
such as distance maps, labeled maps, terrain maps, ... using an
optimized binary file format.

Additionally, we were able to reduce the memory usage
of OctoMap compared to previous releases.

Thank you for your interest in octomap and please continue
to give feedback.

Posted by Kai M. Wurm 2010-04-19

user testing

We recently integrated some of the feedback we got from our users.

The 0.2 release of octomap aims at being more user friendly than previous releases. The make system is more expressive and there are example programs to get you started as well as an example data set.

Thank you for your interest in octomap and please continue to give feedback.

Posted by Kai M. Wurm 2010-01-18

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