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UPSat - the first open source satellite

Going to space the libre way

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Video duration
00:33:45
Language
English
Abstract
During 2016 Libre Space Foundation a non-profit organization developing open source technologies for space, designed, built and delivered UPSat, the first open source software and hardware satellite.

UPSat is the first open source software and hardware satellite. The presentation will be covering the short history of Libre Space Foundation, our previous experience on upstream and midstream space projects, how we got involved in UPSat, the status of the project when we got involved, the design, construction, verification, testing and delivery processes. We will also be covering current status and operations, contribution opportunities and thoughts about next open source projects in space. During the presentation we will be focusing also on the challenges and struggles associated with open source and space industry.

Talk ID
9182
Event:
34c3
Day
3
Room
Saal Clarke
Start
4:30 p.m.
Duration
00:30:00
Track
Science
Type of
lecture
Speaker
Pierros Papadeas
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