Introducing the Bitcraze Awesome Meetup (BAM) days: a free, three-day convention celebrating the 10 year anniversary of Bitcraze. The program is organized around three themes: Positioning, the AI-deck and Swarming.
There will be guest speakers, workshops, Q&As and most-importantly… social events. We hope to meet you there, hear what you are working on and discuss future possibilties of what we can achieve with the Crazyflie eco system!
All times are presented in Central European (Summer) Time. Be aaware that this schedule is still subjected to change in the coming weeks
|Time||Tuesday 19 Oct||Wednesday 20 Oct||Thursday 21 Oct|
|10:00||Klaus Kefferpütz (HS Augsburg)
|Daniele Palossi (PULP-platform)
Topic: Deep Learning on AIdeck
|Wolfgang Hönig (TU Berlin)
|11:30||WS: Positioning Systems||WS: Rust and the Crazyflie||WS: Swarming with CFlib|
|13:30||Joseph La Delfa (KTH):
|Francesco Paci (Greenwaves Tech.)
|WS: Bolt and BQ deck|
|14:30||Guido de Croon & Bart Duisterhof (MAVlab)
|15:00||M. Sjölin & M. Holmberg (Qualisys)
|WS: Autonomy and app layer|
|16:00||Frederik Gurr (Eclipse Founation)
|WS: Autonomous Swarm Demo|
|16:30||WS: Advanced Lighthouse Usage|
|17:30||Social event||Roundtable Q&A||Future plans of Bitcraze|
Fika (Swedish for Coffee break):
Lunch (Swedish for Lunch):
Speakers and Workshop information
We’re really excited and happy to welcome all the awesome speakers! They will tell us about their work, how they use the Crazyflie and much more. More information about the speakers and workshops will follow soon!
Joseph La Delfa
M. Sjölin & M. Holmberg
Title Presentation: “Deep learning-based autonomous navigation using the Crazyflie nano-drone”
Daniele Palossi received the Ph.D. in Information Technology and Electrical Engineering from the ETH Zürich, in 2019. He is currently a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Dalle Molle Institute for Artificial Intelligence (IDSIA), USI-SUPSI, Lugano, Switzerland, and at the Integrated Systems Laboratory (IIS), ETH Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland. His research focuses on the embedded domain with special emphasis on energy-efficient ultra-low-power platforms, algorithms for autonomous navigation, and resource-constrained small-sized cyber-physical systems. His work has resulted in 20+ publications in international conferences and journals. Dr. Palossi was a recipient of the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) Spark Grant and the 2nd prize at the Design Contest held at the ACM/IEEE ISLPED’19.