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Highlights from the PX4 Developer Summit 2021

By October 15, 2021June 14th, 2022Announcements, Events
The 2021 edition of the PX4 Developer Summit was a huge success, made possible by the amazing community who came together. The Dronecode Foundation (DF) is incredibly proud to have had the opportunity to host the virtual event, providing a platform for our global community to learn together.

The #PX4DevSummit 2021 was produced by the DF in partnership with the Linux Foundation Events Team.

This year we were honored by 800 registrations from our fantastic community, making this event the largest we have hosted in our short three-year lifespan.

With the help of a content committee formed by leaders from our community and sponsors, we put together a program with 45 sessions, including 4 keynotes, by 50 speakers representing the best from our community.

Dr. Lorenz Meier gave a fantastic opening keynote, taking us through the biggest wins in our ecosystem during the 12-months between summits, and reminded us of the importance of our contributions.

During the summit, we announced the release of the latest Pixhawk FMUv5X open standard and the availability of the Pixhawk 5X by Silver Member Holybro.

We closed the two days with a daring virtual after-party thanks to DJ Aebledee, who played for us, for the perfect end to our celebration.

We want to thank the attendees to the summit and everyone who helped us put this event together.

What was your favorite moment? Let us know on social media using the hashtag #PX4DevSummit

Don’t forget all of the talks have been uploaded to the PX4 Autopilot YouTube channel, where you can watch them all at your convenience.

Thank you, Sponsors & Partners

This event was made possible thanks to the enormous support from our Sponsors and Partners.






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