Second Generation Open Source Airframe

Version 2.0.1 of the Open Source airframe now available

A minor update to the Open Source Airframe has been released. This was a fix to airframe specs and a clean-up of unnecessary images that reduced the download size by 9 megs. Another important point is that the newest version of the airframe can always be found at this link from now on: == […]

Did you know…OpenRelief is active in Japan?

Taichi Furuhashi, Vice-President at OpenStreetMap Foundation Japan and owner of the MAPconcierge company is coordinating our outreach. This week he will be at the 29th International Symposium on Space Technology and Science to discuss OpenRelief with Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) representatives during the innovation session. He will be speaking on the Learning Innovation Creation […]

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OpenRelief at LinuxCon Japan 2013

You can see some coverage of the OpenRelief presentation at LinuxCon Japan 2013 over at Big thanks are due to the organisers for letting us present at the venue and for Jake Edge for writing us up. Preview here: “Shane Coughlan talked about the progress (and setbacks) for the OpenRelief project. That project had […]