Auterion envisions a future for the drone industry with standardized hardware for computing. Just like Google's Nexus phones set an example for others to follow, we developed Skynode to lead the way in drone computing hardware, and by partnering with companies like...
We interviewed Bobby Watts, CEO of Watts Innovations, about their new PRISM Sky and their partnership with Auterion. Bobby explained the power of standardization and how it streamlined their interoperability with other ecosystem partners like Gremsy and Drone Rescue...
At Xponential 2022, our Engineering Manager, Claudio Micheli, sat down with Max Tubman, CTO of Alta X at Freefly Systems. Find out what they had to say about open standards.
MAVLink: a communication protocol to send telemetry (drone positions and other things) from a drone to other drones or to the ground station.
Pixhawk boxes up the different components needed to run open source software in a drone.
industry is still catching up but open standards like MAVLink already exist and play a big role in the drone industry and its future.
In a move to extend our camera ecosystem to give greater choice and flexibility to the end use…
Auterion is building an ecosystem where drones are not just defined by the hardware components …
Auterion, with over 51% of contributions is leading the charge in the progress of PX4.
MAVSDK is a set of libraries in different programming languages that provide a high-level API to MAVLink, providing easy to learn programmatic access to vehicle information and telemetry, and other operations.
On June 20 – 21 2019, the first-ever PX4 Developer Summit took place at ETH Zurich. Over 200 developers flew from all over the world to meet the largest drone community in the world.
Open standards and open source are the foundation of modern software development – including the Internet. However, the Internet did not happen by itself.
The drone industry is going through a transformation. A diverse and open ecosystem can dynamically respond to the demand for commercial solutions.
A decade ago, little did I know that my student project at the Computer Vision and Geometry Lab at ETH Zurich would end up becoming the standards for the drone industry.