From SD Times

By Christina Mulligan

Commercial drones are taking software development by storm these days. Drone development is being looked at in all industries from agriculture, journalism, insurance, film, search and rescue, and even real estate. The Linux Foundation launched an open-source platform for drones late last year in order to bring developers the tools and resources they need to innovate and create affordable and reliable drones. SD Times caught up with Dronecode’s Technical Steering Committee chair Andrew “Tridge” Tridgell to get an update on Dronecode since its launch, and a look at the future of drones.

Full article here The Future of Drones

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  • You are definitely the right man for the job Tridge,

    Definitely interested in seeing how things evolve.



  • Excellent. Congrats

  • Great article Tridge! I like a lot the vision you share.

  • I agree with Thomas, and I think we all owe you so much for what you contributed for the open source drone community...keep up with the good work...   

  • Admin

    Yes, congratulations Tridge. You are definitely the right man for the job!



  • Genious!!!


  • Developer

    Congratulations Tridge!

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