Description Cross posted Event to FARMHACK.NET
Friday- Sunday May 15-17th This weekend meetup will be to coordinate open source agricultural and remote sensing systems with a focus on integration of FarmOS and the Open Pipe Kit with air, water and soil sensor networks and coordination of overlapping efforts between university, public labs, farm hack and other organizations. This year’s theme is “experiencing the sensed landscape” which will guide our conversations about how we can “experience” environmental data beyond the smartphone and computer screen. There is a cap on the group size so please please RSVP to email@example.com if you are interested in attending. This event will build on and past ifarms to accommodate the growing aspects of the project and the diverse communities and technology coming together. Questions and next steps review the links on the event wiki for farmos.org, Commotion Wireless, Open Water quality primer iFarm, photosynq.
The Friday focus will be on setting up “open pipe kit” sensors, deploying water sensors with a low cost “seaperch” underwater ROV and UAV work.
Dinner will probably be in town (Durham or Dover ) which will be busy because of graduation. Camping is available for both Friday and Saturday - with yurt and barn space available too.
Working on projects, ROV, UAV and mobile wifi and remote sensor setups.
Breakfast on your own.
10-2:00 Tech Presentations in the barn: We will start with FarmOS and Open Pipe Kit but please email your project for presentations to add to the schedule. We will have a projector, but hands on demos are even better! Food will be BYO brown bag lunch but bring things to share!
2:00 - 6:00 PM System integration discussion and development of project plans with special focus around “experiencing the sensed landscape” (there will be indoor and outdoor work spaces with wifi/power etc.)
6:00 PM Potluck Cook out and camping at Tuckaway Farm. Bring your favorite dish and/or beverages to share!
Sunday 10:00 AM Brunch in-town or on the big grill up on the field (weather dependent)
10-3:00 PM Follow up work in-field fix, testing etc.
3:00 PM on - Head home after a great weekend!