MORSE is an generic simulator for academic robotics. It focuses on realistic simulation of small to large environments, indoor or outdoor, with one to over a dozen of autonomous robots.
MORSE provides out of the box a large set of standard sensors (cameras, laser scanner, GPS, odometry,...), actuators (speed controllers, high-level waypoints controllers, generic joint controllers) as well as several robotic platforms (ATRV, generic 4 wheel vehicle, PR2,...). New ones can easily be added.
Besides generic socket-based APIs, MORSE fully integrates with standard robotic middlewares, including ROS and YARP.
Fork us on GitHub: github.com/morse-simulator/morse
...or download the latest stable release (
morse-1.4.tar.gz - 08-Feb-2016).
Check the installation notes.
MORSE is mainly supported on Linux and MacOSX. It has been reported to work as well on Windows.
|08 Feb 2016||MORSE 1.4 release|
|19 May 2015||MORSE 1.3 release|
|20 Apr 2015||MORSE 1.3 beta 1|
|07 Jan 2015||MORSE 1.2.2 release (maintenance release)|
|03 Jul 2014||MORSE 1.2.1 release (maintenance release)|
|07 Mar 2014||"MORSE for HRI" Open Workshop (at the HRI'2014 conference)|
|31 Jan 2014||MORSE 1.2 release|
|06 Nov 2013||MORSE 1.1.1 release (maintenance release)|
|16 Sep 2013||MORSE 1.1 release|
MORSE is actively developed and 100% supported by the academic community, with 15+ labs involved worldwide.
You can report bug (or feature wishes) on the MORSE issue tracker.