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June 20 – 21, 2019 | ETH Zurich, Switzerland | #PX4DevSummit

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Thursday, June 20
 

3:30pm

UAVCAN: a highly dependable publish-subscribe protocol for hard real-time intravehicular networking
UAVCAN is a compact and robust protocol designed to provide publish/subscribe and remote procedure call (RPC) transports on top of real-time, reliable, and redundant networks for highly-deterministic applications. It is a modern protocol focused on cyber physical systems making it relevant to the emerging class of vehicles that are largely software defined and increasingly autonomous. Being first proposed in 2014, the protocol has been integrated into numerous systems and is supported by several vendors worldwide. Experience from years of real-world integration and deployment has culminated in the first long-term stable version – UAVCAN v1.0. New features in this version include compatibility with transport protocols such as CAN FD and UDP/Ethernet, DSDL message versioning, a simplified on-wire representation of UAVCAN frames, and a clear process for the registration and deconfliction of message identifiers between systems and vendors.

Speakers
avatar for Pavel Kirienko

Pavel Kirienko

Founder/CEO, Zubax Robotics
Helping enterprises around the world create aerial transport of the 21st century: electric, autonomous, dependable.
avatar for Scott Dixon

Scott Dixon

Software Engineer, Amazon
I'm a firmware engineer with Amazon PrimeAir in Seattle and a passionate maker of things.



Thursday June 20, 2019 3:30pm - 4:30pm
HG E5 Rämistrasse 101, 8092 Zürich, Suiza
 
Friday, June 21
 

3:30pm

PX4 in STEM education: How we taught a thousand students how to program drones
This session introduces an educational platform based on PX4 hardware and software, which also consists of open-source libraries, free Raspberry Pi image for drone control, documentation and hardware drone kit. Thousands of students in Russian schools, colleges and centers of STEM education use this educational kit, and developed and performed autonomous flights in OFFBOARD mode via simple ROS API. This session will also introduce the drone challenges and competitions that have been organized using this platform, and will seek inputs on how to promote this initiative in other regions of the world.

Speakers
avatar for Andrei Korigodskii

Andrei Korigodskii

CTO, Copter Express
avatar for Aleksey Shlykov

Aleksey Shlykov

COO, Copter Express
avatar for Oleg Kalachev

Oleg Kalachev

Lead Developer, Copter Express



Friday June 21, 2019 3:30pm - 4:30pm
HG E5 Rämistrasse 101, 8092 Zürich, Suiza

5:10pm

UTM: regulation and open source
The Swiss Federal Office of Civil Aviation (FOCA) supports the development of an open and interoperable UTM concept. The architecture includes an open source project as one of its key component for strategic deconfliction. FOCA is interested to present its UTM architecture and to engage with the community to further explore how to integrate open source in its development.

Speakers
avatar for Benoit Curdy

Benoit Curdy

Innovation & Digitalization, Federal Office of Civil Aviation FOCA


utm pdf

Friday June 21, 2019 5:10pm - 5:40pm
HG E5 Rämistrasse 101, 8092 Zürich, Suiza