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This page helps for the preparation of the PolarSys Rover Hackathon for Amalthea4Public project
 
This page helps for the preparation of the PolarSys Rover Hackathon for Amalthea4Public project
* Location: TBD, certainly Stuttgart
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* Location: Zwingenberg
 
* Date: January 19th, 2017
 
* Date: January 19th, 2017
* Time: TBD
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* Time: 9:00 a.m.
  
 
After the Hackathon, this page will become a report of what happened during the Hackathon.
 
After the Hackathon, this page will become a report of what happened during the Hackathon.
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* Joerg Tessmer (Bosch)
 
* Joerg Tessmer (Bosch)
 
* Harald Mackamul (Bosch)
 
* Harald Mackamul (Bosch)
* Daniel Kunz (Bosch)
 
 
* Francesco Gerardi (Bosch)
 
* Francesco Gerardi (Bosch)
 
* Zakir Meer (Bosch)
 
* Zakir Meer (Bosch)
* Lukas Krawczyk (FH Dortmund)¹
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* Lukas Krawczyk (FH Dortmund)
* Robert Hoettger (FH Dortmund)¹
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* Robert Hoettger (FH Dortmund)
* Mustafa Özcelikörs (FH Dortmund)¹
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* Mustafa Özcelikörs (FH Dortmund)
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* Raphael Weber (Timing-Architects)
''¹(Arrival at Stuttgart likely between 10:30 and 12:00)''
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* TBD (Timing-Architects)
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== Goals ==
 
== Goals ==

Latest revision as of 09:36, 18 January 2017

This page helps for the preparation of the PolarSys Rover Hackathon for Amalthea4Public project

  • Location: Zwingenberg
  • Date: January 19th, 2017
  • Time: 9:00 a.m.

After the Hackathon, this page will become a report of what happened during the Hackathon.

Attendees

  • Gaël Blondelle (Eclipse Foundation Europe)
  • David Schmelter (Fraunhofer)
  • Joerg Tessmer (Bosch)
  • Harald Mackamul (Bosch)
  • Francesco Gerardi (Bosch)
  • Zakir Meer (Bosch)
  • Lukas Krawczyk (FH Dortmund)
  • Robert Hoettger (FH Dortmund)
  • Mustafa Özcelikörs (FH Dortmund)
  • Raphael Weber (Timing-Architects)
  • TBD (Timing-Architects)


Goals

  • Setup the standard tool chain to modify the rover
  • Control and access the rover from your laptop
  • Integrate A4P tools with the tool chain
  • Adapt the Rover demo to cover innovations of the Amalthea4Public project

Hardware

The setup of the Hackathon will enable several teams to address simultaneously the different aspects of a larger demo.

  • For the Hackathon, we will have 5 full Rover kits as described on this page.
  • We also plan to provide a minimalist non rover kit that consists of a Raspberry pi, and few resistors that enable to simulate the Rover kit with the Raspberry Pi 3 in the loop.

Pre-requisites

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