We’re pleased to announce that talks from the Open Source Hardware Camp (OSHCamp) 2017 are now available on the AB Open YouTube channel, covering topics from the RISC-V instruction set and machine learning for embedded systems through to the BBC micro:bit and garden automation.

Recorded during OSHCamp 2017, the annual gathering of Open Source Hardware User Group (OSHUG) members and other interested parties and held that year as part of the broader Wuthering Bytes 2017 event, the playlist includes:

  • An Introduction to RISC-V by Dr. Graham Markall
  • AI and ML for Embedded Systems by Alan Wood
  • Some BBC micro:bit Stories by Lawrence Archard
  • Robot Operating System by Nick Weldin
  • So You Decided to Run a Workshop? by Sevan Janiyan
  • BuggyAir for Mobile Personal Pollution Exposure Monitoring by Paul Tanner
  • Computer Science from the Ground Up by Ken Boak
  • From Project to Kit by Jenny List
  • Open-Source Instrumentation with the Digilent OpenScope MZ by Ioan Catuna
  • Conservatory and Garden Automation by Rod Moody

The playlist is available on YouTube now, joining our other videos.