[robotics-worldwide] RSS 2009 - Tutorial on Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio
Trevor.Taylor at microsoft.com
Fri Jun 5 19:15:23 PDT 2009
Call for Participation
Celebrating RSS's first visit to our home city, Seattle, Microsoft Research will host a no-cost evening tutorial on Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio at RSS 2009 (http://www.roboticsconference.org) at the University of Washington on the evening of Sunday June 28, 2009 at 6:30pm for 2 hours. Pizza or similar will be provided.
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The tutorial is free but registration is required. Early registration deadline is June 22, 2009. We cannot guarantee acceptance after the deadline. Please RSVP for catering and room capacity purposes by sending an e-mail with your name and affiliation (university or other employer) to roboedu at microsoft.com.
Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio (RDS) is a general-purpose software platform for developing applications that require a high level of concurrency in a distributed environment, especially typical of robotics. It has been designed so that it can easily interface with a wide variety of hardware devices. The architecture uses a lightweight service-oriented approach that scales well, enabling very high messaging throughput.
This lecture-style tutorial provides an overview of RDS and its various components supplemented by numerous live demonstrations. The tutorial is based on the latest version of RDS 2008, released in November 2008.
Stewart Tansley, PhD
Trevor Taylor, PhD, Microsoft Robotics Group
Pavel Khijniak, Microsoft Robotics Group
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