Today we are proud to announce that the OpenRelief Project has become part of the Dronecode initiative. We are joining Arsov RC Technology, Erle Robotics, Event 38 Unmanned Systems, Parrot, Team Black Sheep, Walkera, Open Source Robotics Foundation, Team Tiltrotor, The Autonomous Systems, Control, and Optimization Laboratory (ASCO) at Johns Hopkins, Uplift Aeronautics in promoting open, sharable and adaptable drone technology on shared platforms.
Dronecode is a nonprofit organization developing a common, shared open source platform for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) facilitated by the Linux Foundation. 3DRobotics and Yuneec International Co. Ltd. are Platinum, founding members of Dronecode, which includes the APM/ArduPilot open source UAV platform, and PX4, an independent, open-source, open-hardware autopilot project. More than 1,200 developers are working on Dronecode with more than 150 code commits a day on some projects. Under the neutral guidance of Dronecode, other qualified parties and developers are encouraged to participate in the development and direction of the software.
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Dronecode press release welcoming OpenRelief and others