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== Science Standardised Embedded Data Infrastructure for Drones (SSEDD) [ELC 2016] ==
 
== Science Standardised Embedded Data Infrastructure for Drones (SSEDD) [ELC 2016] ==
 
 
'''Presenter:''' Jane Wyngaard, Jet Propulsion Laboratory <br>
 
'''Presenter:''' Jane Wyngaard, Jet Propulsion Laboratory <br>
 
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== Hacking a Commercial Drone to Run an Open Source Autopilot - APM on Parrot Bebop [ELC 2016] ==
 
== Hacking a Commercial Drone to Run an Open Source Autopilot - APM on Parrot Bebop [ELC 2016] ==
 
 
'''Presenter:''' Julien Beraud <br>
 
'''Presenter:''' Julien Beraud <br>
 
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== Developing a Standard Interface for Drones [ELC 2016] ==
 
== Developing a Standard Interface for Drones [ELC 2016] ==
 
 
'''Presenter:''' Tully Foote, Open Source Robotics Foundation <br>
 
'''Presenter:''' Tully Foote, Open Source Robotics Foundation <br>
 
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* [https://elinux.org/images/4/41/Foote.pdf PDF] | [https://youtu.be/BiLK2oRtRd4 VIDEO]
 
* [https://elinux.org/images/4/41/Foote.pdf PDF] | [https://youtu.be/BiLK2oRtRd4 VIDEO]
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== Using OpenEmbedded and PX4 with Snapdragon Flight [ELC 2016]==
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'''Presenter:''' Mark Charlebois, Qualcomm <br>
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'''Summary:'''
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This talk will describe the HW and overall SW architecture and how <br>
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developers can use PX4 and OpenEmbedded to customize their UAV platform. <br>
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* [https://youtu.be/zBoovfi1Iuc VIDEO]
  
 
== Tutorial: Building a Drone, From Scratch [ELCE 2016] ==
 
== Tutorial: Building a Drone, From Scratch [ELCE 2016] ==
 
 
'''Presenter:''' Igor Stoppa, Open Source Technology Center, Intel <br>
 
'''Presenter:''' Igor Stoppa, Open Source Technology Center, Intel <br>
 
'''Summary:'''
 
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== Drones Still Going Open Source [ELCE 2016] ==
 
== Drones Still Going Open Source [ELCE 2016] ==
 
 
'''Presenter:''' Julien Beraud, Parrot <br>
 
'''Presenter:''' Julien Beraud, Parrot <br>
 
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* [https://elinux.org/images/6/69/DroneAPI-_A_Tutorial_on_Drone_Control.pdf PDF]
 
* [https://elinux.org/images/6/69/DroneAPI-_A_Tutorial_on_Drone_Control.pdf PDF]
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== Flying Penguins: Embedded Linux Applications for Autonomous UAVs [ELC 2015]==
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'''Presenter:''' Clay McClure <br>
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'''Summary:'''
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This presentation talks about the various Linux features needed <br>
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for Drones and demonstrates drone applications on odroid board. <br>
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* [https://elinux.org/images/7/79/Flying_Penguins-_Embedded_Linux_Applications_for_Autonomous_UAVs.pdf PDF]
  
 
== Dronecode Project and Autopilot With Linux [ELC 2015] ==
 
== Dronecode Project and Autopilot With Linux [ELC 2015] ==
 
 
'''Presenter:''' Andrew Tridgell, Technical Steering Committee Chair of Dronecode Project <br>
 
'''Presenter:''' Andrew Tridgell, Technical Steering Committee Chair of Dronecode Project <br>
 
'''Summary:'''
 
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== Using Intel Edison to Fuse Embedded Linux With Existing Drone Flight Controllers [ELC 2015] ==
 
== Using Intel Edison to Fuse Embedded Linux With Existing Drone Flight Controllers [ELC 2015] ==
 
 
'''Presenter:''' Mark F. Brown, Intel & Joel Rosenzweig, Intel <br>
 
'''Presenter:''' Mark F. Brown, Intel & Joel Rosenzweig, Intel <br>
 
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==Autonomous Navigation for an OMAP4 Nano-Drone [ELC 2015] ==
 
==Autonomous Navigation for an OMAP4 Nano-Drone [ELC 2015] ==
 
 
'''Presenter:''' Grégoire Gentil, Always Innovating <br>
 
'''Presenter:''' Grégoire Gentil, Always Innovating <br>
 
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==Linux - The Future For Drones [ELCE 2015] ==
 
==Linux - The Future For Drones [ELCE 2015] ==
 
 
'''Presenter:''' Lucas De Marchi, Intel <br>
 
'''Presenter:''' Lucas De Marchi, Intel <br>
 
'''Summary:'''
 
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==Improving Drone Flight Safety Through Machine Learning [ELCE 2015] ==
 
==Improving Drone Flight Safety Through Machine Learning [ELCE 2015] ==
 
 
'''Presenter:''' Jonathan Pelham, IVHM Centre, Cranfield University <br>
 
'''Presenter:''' Jonathan Pelham, IVHM Centre, Cranfield University <br>
 
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==Using Linux Throughout the Complete UAV Stack [ELCE 2014] ==
 
==Using Linux Throughout the Complete UAV Stack [ELCE 2014] ==
 
 
'''Presenter:''' Koen Kooi, Linaro <br>
 
'''Presenter:''' Koen Kooi, Linaro <br>
 
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Latest revision as of 22:01, 20 October 2020

Drones

Linux and Dronecode development [ELC 2016]

Presenter: Lucas De Marchi, Intel
Summary: This presentation provides information about Dronecode,
Ardupilot, and Linux and the future of drones.

Drone Simulation with Gazebo [ELC 2016]

Presenter: Nicolas Carrier, Parrot
Summary: This presentation provides information about drone architecture
the problem, overview, features, and limitations.

Science Standardised Embedded Data Infrastructure for Drones (SSEDD) [ELC 2016]

Presenter: Jane Wyngaard, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Summary: This presentation provides information about ROS for senor
streams and MongoDB for real-time data triage.

Hacking a Commercial Drone to Run an Open Source Autopilot - APM on Parrot Bebop [ELC 2016]

Presenter: Julien Beraud
Summary: this presentation provides information about the process of
porting APM on a commercial drone and shows how to run it on a Bebop.

Developing a Standard Interface for Drones [ELC 2016]

Presenter: Tully Foote, Open Source Robotics Foundation
Summary: This presentation provides information about designing standard interfaces
using indoor robotics, autonomous cars, and an overview of the drone community.

Using OpenEmbedded and PX4 with Snapdragon Flight [ELC 2016]

Presenter: Mark Charlebois, Qualcomm
Summary: This talk will describe the HW and overall SW architecture and how
developers can use PX4 and OpenEmbedded to customize their UAV platform.

Tutorial: Building a Drone, From Scratch [ELCE 2016]

Presenter: Igor Stoppa, Open Source Technology Center, Intel
Summary: This presentation provides information about drone building of defining requirements,
sketching an architecture, choosing hardware and software components.

Drones Still Going Open Source [ELCE 2016]

Presenter: Julien Beraud, Parrot
Summary: This presentation provides information about enable video streaming
and recording with a firmware based on ArduPilot as a flight stack and
new open source projects around parrot drones.

BoFs: Dronecode Project [ELC 2015]

Presenter: Andrew Tridgell & Lorenz Meier
Summary: This presentation provides information about sensor development,
Core algorithms, and community interfaces.

DroneAPI: A Tutorial on Drone Control [ELC 2015]

Presenter: Kevin Hester, 3DRobotics
Summary: This presentation provides information drone API overview and installation of the SDK.

Flying Penguins: Embedded Linux Applications for Autonomous UAVs [ELC 2015]

Presenter: Clay McClure
Summary: This presentation talks about the various Linux features needed
for Drones and demonstrates drone applications on odroid board.

Dronecode Project and Autopilot With Linux [ELC 2015]

Presenter: Andrew Tridgell, Technical Steering Committee Chair of Dronecode Project
Summary: This presentation provides information about the DiyDrones
Community and AP_HAL for Hardware Abstraction.

Using Intel Edison to Fuse Embedded Linux With Existing Drone Flight Controllers [ELC 2015]

Presenter: Mark F. Brown, Intel & Joel Rosenzweig, Intel
Summary: This presentation provides information about high-level flight controller
hardware and software stack high-level flight controller.

Autonomous Navigation for an OMAP4 Nano-Drone [ELC 2015]

Presenter: Grégoire Gentil, Always Innovating
Summary: This presentation provides information about the DiyDrones Community
and AP_HAL for Hardware Abstraction.

Linux - The Future For Drones [ELCE 2015]

Presenter: Lucas De Marchi, Intel
Summary: This presentation provides information about dronecode ,
hardware evolution and Software evolution.

Improving Drone Flight Safety Through Machine Learning [ELCE 2015]

Presenter: Jonathan Pelham, IVHM Centre, Cranfield University
Summary: This presentation provides information about RPAS AIS structure
and feature space with AIS.

Using Linux Throughout the Complete UAV Stack [ELCE 2014]

Presenter: Koen Kooi, Linaro
Summary: This presentation provides information about drones of battery state,
radio link-state, and raw sensor data.