We invite you to check out the following blog items written by Tom Rondeau, a program manager in DARPA’s Microsystems Technology Office who is overseeing the DARPA SDR Hackfest, which will culminate in a weeklong event this November at NASA Ames in Moffett Field, California.… Read more Introduction
Tom Rondeau The Speaker Series was one of the fantastic aspects of the Bay Area SDR Hackfest that helped set the tone of the event and kept the discussions going and ideas flowing throughout the week. For some of the presentations, you just had to… Read more Speaker Presentations Posted
The final day of the DARPA SDR Hackfest was as exciting and informative as anticipated. Our teams took to the range for the final flights, impressing the judges with the results of their week-long efforts. The final keynotes helped bring together the themes we saw… Read more Bay Area SDR Hackfest Day Five: Final Team Flights & Closing Ceremonies
Energies were high today as teams feverishly worked through the Hackfest Missions. The countdown to the final flights commenced as we continued to see progress from the eight teams on-site. We experienced our busiest day yet in the flight hangar as teams made multiple trips… Read more Bay Area SDR Hackfest Day Four: Hacking Away at SDR
We’ve hit our stride this week at the DARPA Bay Area SDR Hackfest and are beginning to see concrete signs of progress from the Hackfest teams. The UAV hangar was buzzing with activity as teams became more comfortable testing out their solutions to the Hackfest… Read more Bay Area SDR Hackfest Day Three:We Have Lift Off!
The second day of the DARPA Bay Area SDR Hackfest brought more attendee engagement, team collaboration, and SDR problem solving. The UAV hangar stayed busy with test flights and Mission trials as our teams edged closer to solving the Hackfest Missions. Today was also marked… Read more Bay Area SDR Hackfest Day Two: Brainstorming Big Ideas & Big Solutions
Today, we officially kicked-off the DARPA Bay Area SDR Hackfest at NASA Ames. Over 130 members of the SDR community came together on Day One to engage, interact, and innovate around the future of SDR technology and its relevance to national security. Attendees descended on… Read more Bay Area SDR Hackfest Kicks-Off
As we head into the last few months before the Bay Area Hackfest in November, this blog will feature a series of abstracts of the talk that our speakers, each of them a thoughtful and engaging expert in their field, will be sharing in November.… Read more Samy Kamkar: Next Gen Attacks
As we head into the last few months before the Bay Area Hackfest in November, this blog will feature a series of abstracts of the talk that our speakers, each of them a thoughtful and engaging expert in their field, will be sharing in November.… Read more Heather Kirksey: Open Source Software and the Network of Tomorrow
Tom Rondeau We are two weeks away from the Hackfest kickoff at NASA Ames and things are going well. The teams are set. The hardware is ready. And I and my fellow DARPA organizers are shipping out shortly to start putting everything together onsite. As… Read more Final post before the Bay Area SDR Hackfest
Tom Rondeau Preparations for the Hackfest next month are on track. The DARPA organizers and the teams are all excited, and I’m liking the buzz I’m hearing about this from those looking to attend. This post is just a quick update to make sure that… Read more Hackfest Registration!