As part of an Embedded Systems Australia (ESA) and NICTA initiative, ATS helped organise the introduction of the Embedded Programming stream for the National Computer Science School.
Helped the students prepare a stable/coherent system for entry into the Artemis contest.
Set up the Open Source Employment website for OSIA. (Now defunct)
Organises a series of seminars, networking meet-ups for the IEEE.
Presented a talk on how to go about reverse engineering un-documented embedded systems.
ATS organised the mini-embedded conference for the Linux Australia Conference. The theme for this year was "Meshing Disciplines". The key talk was an RMIT post-graduate Arts student discussing how humans related to active working robots as part of performance art.
ATS organised the mini-embedded conference for the Linux Australia Conference. The theme was "Embedded Systems in Australia"
ATS was a financial supporter of this LCA.
Presented a light hearted discussion on desktop Linux vs embedded systems. The main point was desktop applications are simple in comparison to embedded systems.
Presented a discussion on layered device drivers.
Presented a panel on Open Source licensing and the misinformation associated with it.