October 5, 2010

Elphel at Utah Open Source Conference 2010

by olga

Elphel will participate in the UTOSC, October 7-9, 2010, with a presentation on October 8, at 11:30 am.
Free and Open Source software is still more common then Open Hardware and we would like to discuss our experience in designing and manufacturing high performance network digital cameras and the benefits of Open Hardware development.

In our presentation we will talk about:

  • Benefits of being Open Hardware company from the business point of view.
  • Pros and cons of developing a High Performance Open Hardware.
  • Camera as a development platform. Easy customizable software (HTML, JavaScript, PHP) and firmware (Verilog HDL) allows modifying cameras to specific applications.
  • Reconfigurable nature of hardware¬† designed as a set of high-performance building blocks ready for a variety of configurations.
  • Examples of applications.
  • Future developements.
  • Collaboration with Open Source community.

Please come join us for presentation and in our booth at UTOSC


2 responses to “Elphel at Utah Open Source Conference 2010”

  1. AJ ONeal says:

    Just a reminder: Get connected with @pixhawk, #beagelboard, and #gumstix. There are people in those communities that would be interested in your products and open source hardware designs.

  2. During the same day, on October 8, I participated in http://www.fetons-linux.ch/ that took place in Geneva, Switzerland.

    Fêtons Linux is a local Free Software and Open Hardware event in Geneva, Switzerland. The main goal of the event is to present GNU/Linux and other Free Software and Open Hardware projects to general public.

    I made the presentation in French using the same slides and approximately the same text as the presentation in SLC.

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