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About This Webinar

In building autonomous systems for marine, industrial, robotics, or any type of vehicle, there is simply no one-size-fits-all solution to the diverse set of goals and missions that are being tackled.

In this webinar, we will discuss a developer-friendly vehicle platform solution — which includes custom hardware, electronics, and an extensible software architecture — that accelerates rapid prototyping and development of autonomous systems. In addition, we will showcase and demonstrate a ground-breaking mission to reach the bottom of Lake Tahoe at 500 m depth using a ROS 2 powered ROV that utilizes this innovative hardware and software platform approach.

This webinar is for software developers and product leaders interested in using open standards to build extensible autonomous or robotic systems.

We will cover:

• Extensibility through ROS 2 and DDS
• Using Qt to customize your GUI application interacting with one or more system, simultaneously
• Low-latency, real-time piloting and monitoring
• Support for general MCU applications and microROS for communication
• Docker-based development environment that simplifies building, testing, and deploying software to your system

Built on top of popular open standards and frameworks such as ROS 2, DDS, and Qt, Mission Robotics systems are designed to be user-friendly and easily extended to solve your unique challenges, whether that involves writing a new software component or adding a new sensor.

All registrants’ information will be shared with the co-presenter and partner, Mission Robotics.

Categories:
SCIENCE & TECH
When: Thu, Jun 24, 2021 · 1:00 PM · Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Duration: 1 hour
Language: English
Who can attend? Anyone with the event link can attend
Dial-in available? (listen only): No
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Co-founder & CTO
Charles holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from VCU. He began his career as a software engineer at NASA working on scientific instruments for the ISS and went on to specialize in robotics and embedded development for land, air, and sea vehicles. Charles worked as the principal software engineer on the OpenROV Trident project and afterwards led the development of a safety-critical teleoperations system for Voyage, an autonomous vehicle company. Charles’ primary focus lies in the development of robust, reliable systems, as well as the development of frameworks that promote modularity, extensibility, and connectivity.
Webinar hosting presenter
Senior Qt Engineer
A seasoned engineer with 10+ years experience, Chris has expertise in desktop and embedded systems in larger, real-time multi-threaded applications, as well as experience using Qt-based software for complex projects within the motor control, telecommunications and civil engineering industries.