Accelerate your
robotics development

Foxglove Studio is an open source
visualization and debugging tool for robotics.
Use customizable layouts to arrange interactive visualizations and quickly understand what your robot is doing.

Use Foxglove Studio's rich interactive visualizations to analyze live connections and pre-recorded data.

Experience the world as your robot does. Visualize images and point clouds, overlay bounding boxes, add classification labels and planned movements, and drill down into your data with plots or raw message views.

Use the Foxglove Data Platform to manage and organize your data.

Upload recordings to your private data lake for easy storage, searching, and analysis. Stream recorded data directly into Foxglove Studio to get insights into your robots' behavior.

Data Platform console

Lean on robust community support to get the most out of our extensible tools.

We're long-time fans and beneficiaries of open source software. Join our community on Github and Slack to contribute bug reports, feature requests, or pull requests.

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Check out what we've been working on.

Implementing a macOS Search Plug-In for Robotics Data
article
studio
MCAP
Implementing a macOS Search Plug-In for Robotics Data

How we built a Spotlight Importer for MCAP files using Swift.

Jacob Bandes-StorchJacob Bandes-StorchJacob Bandes-Storch
18 min read
Announcing Message Converter Extensions in Foxglove Studio
article
ROS
studio
Announcing Message Converter Extensions in Foxglove Studio

Use message converters to visualize your custom messages.

Esther WeonEsther WeonEsther Weon
5 min read
Visualizing Point Clouds with Custom Colors
tutorial
ROS
studio
Visualizing Point Clouds with Custom Colors

Use Foxglove Studio’s new color modes to customize your point clouds.

Esther WeonEsther WeonEsther Weon
Jacob Bandes-StorchJacob Bandes-StorchJacob Bandes-Storch
11 min read

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