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Wednesday, April 6 • 2:35pm - 3:25pm
Linux and Dronecode development - Lucas De Marchi, Intel

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In 2013 a new organization was born under the Linux Foundation: Dronecode. Its aim is to allow the development of open source flight stacks and other parts related to drones such as ground control station, communication protocol, open hardware platforms and application toolkits. Along with the new organization a new ports of the flight stack to run on top of Linux started to emerge.

Last year in ELCE Lucas presented how the support for new boards are being added, profiting from the abstractions provided by Linux and also the talked about its benefits, shaping the future for drones. Now an update will be given showing all the development that has taken place until now to turn it in the best platform drone development, both the flight stack and the associated programs.

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Lucas De Marchi

Software Engineer, Intel
Lucas has been working with Linux and open source software since his early days in university in 2005. He has contributed to many projects like the Linux kernel, systemd, connman, bluez and created others. Currently he's maintaining kmod and collaborating with a myriad of other projects across the Linux software stack. Since the beginning of 2015 he's also contributing to ardupilot, helping on its port to Linux.


Wednesday April 6, 2016 2:35pm - 3:25pm
Harbor Ballroom I

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