ROS and URBI are the two opensource platform Robotic libraries .
ROS =Robotic Operating System
URBI =Universal Real Time Interface
ROS (Robot Operating System) provides libraries and tools to help software developers create robot applications. It provides hardware abstraction, device drivers, libraries, visualizers, message-passing, package management, and more.
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Urbi is an open-source software platform to control robots or complex systems in general. It includes a C++ component library called UObject that comes with a robot standard API to describe motors, sensors and algorithms. Next to UObject, you can use the urbiscript orchestration script language to glue the components together and describe high level behaviors, a bit like python or LUA, but with embedded parallel and event-driven semantics to make the job easier.
The goal of Urbi is to help making robots compatible, and simplify the process of writing programs and behaviors for those robots. The range of potential applications of Urbi goes beyond robotics, since it has been successfully used in generic complex systems, where parallel and event-driven orchestration on multiple agents is the rule.
The latest versions of Urbi 2.x integrate support for Willow Garage's ROS. You can now use both systems together and benefit from the best of both worlds!
Urbi is open-source with an GNU AGPLv3 license. You can go to the Downloads section to get Urbi source code.
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