The event is structured as two days of open sessions, hands-on sessions, discussions and workshops at Technolutions’ facility in Gouda, NL. Lunch and beverages will be provided. There is an associated outreach session which will be held on the evening of 17th July at the Best Western Hotel in Gouda. Registration to the International Workshop does not automatically register you to the Outreach Session, so be sure to register for that separately here.

Across the two days and evening outreach sessions there will be loads of opportunity to learn more about NuttX, whether you’re new to the OS or a seasoned old hand.  Supporters of the event are providing a variety of boards and we’re expecting attendees to the Workshop to leave with IMXRT1060-EVK, XMC4500-Relax and Spresence boards to continue their NuttX journey. Attendees to the evening outreach session will each receive an STM32L152-DISCOVERY.

Greg Nutt, the original author of NuttX, will be present, and we’re expecting a number of the leading lights from NuttX development over the past 17 years to put in an appearance too.  A programme (which will change) is available from here. Some of the subjects being presented include;


Getting Started with NuttX – introductory tutorials

NuttX for the IoT

LittleVGL GUI Prototyping – using the coolest open source graphics toolkit with NuttX

REST APIs and NuttX

upm – a NuttX Project Manager

micro-ROS – The ROS running on NuttX

Running NuttX on the Sony Spresense

VersiBoard2 – An high feature Open Source Board for NuttX

NuttX in Long Range RFID Readers

NuttX and Payment Card Industry Security Standards

The Hovergames Drone – flight systems and competitive flying using NuttX

Introduction to PX4 – Open source Autopilots using NuttX

NuttX on Verge Areo drones

          NuttX for connected sensors

Hexagon MineProtect – Pedestrian safety systems in mining applications

NuttX in space – a pocketQube satellite application


In addition there will be sessions about the current state and future of NuttX, and plenty of chat about Operating Systems and Embedded computing in general. The event is free to attend but spaces are limited and obviously the programme is subject to change, so take a look at the Calling Notice and sign up today!