Dronecode Foundation Meetings @ Embedded Linux Conference
April 7th, 2016
The 2016 Dronecode Foundation member meeting will be held April 7th 2016 at Marriott Marquis, San Diego CA. This event will bring together representatives from corporate, developer, and open source communities to explore the many ways, to collaborate and strengthen Dronecode’s project eco-system.
The Dronecode Foundation meetings will be held in conjunction with the 2016 Embedded Linux Conference (ELC). ELC is the premier vendor-neutral technical conference for companies and developers using Linux in embedded products. This conference, now in its 12th year, has the largest collection of sessions dedicated exclusively to embedded Linux and embedded Linux developers, with tracks on Automotive Linux, IoT and Drones.
We will have a room all day for talks and discussions on all things related to DroneCode.
(Member representatives & invitees)
Registration is available to Dronecode members only, and subject to approval. To register, please select the Member Meeting option when you register.
8:00 am. - 8:30 am. Check-in at registration desk
8:30 am. - 9:30 am. Welcome followed by address by Brandon Basso, VP Software Engineering 3DR
9:30 am. - 10:30 am. The Dronecode software stack, by Lorenz Meier
10:30 am. - 10:45 am. Coffee Break and Networking
10:45 am. - 11:15 am. Silver Member Insights and Priorities, Discussion led by Jaime Machuca
11:15 am. - 11:30 pm. Open Q & A Session.
11:30 pm - 12:00 pm. Break for lunch.
Technical Community Session
(open to the community)
Dronecode Technical Team “Unconference” and Steering Committee meeting
FOR PEOPLE JOINING REMOTELY PLEASE CONNECT TO
12:00 - 5:30pm
12pm Roman Bapst
VTOL - From Quad Planes to Tailsitters
Lucas De Marchi
Intel, Linux, and Dronecode development
Drones and Camera control using MAVLink
Advanced Plane functions
Zongbo Wang 15
Flying with SoC - hybrid FPGA and ARM processing platform for UAVs
Richard Parker 15
Randy Mackay 15
Creating a new user interface for QGroundControl
Towards full 3D Obstacle Avoidance on Open Source Drones
MAVLink 2.0 work in progress
Drone communication via RTPS
Drone message formats - harnessing work from other fields
Open Discussion and wrap up