ZettaScale Newsletter – January 2024
We wish you a happy, joyful and successful 2024! We want to start the year with a big THANK YOU for supporting our projects.
A few days ago, GitHub released their stats and in 2023, developers made 301 million total contributions to open-source projects across their platform.
We are happy to be part of the open-source community, along with everyone who contributed last year to improving Zenoh and Cyclone DDS on GitHub. We have over 100 active contributors adding their work in Rust, C, C++ and a few other languages.
We have come a long way since the very first commit on Cyclone DDS in December 2017 and the first one on Zenoh in 2020.
Our team will continue to work hard and we hope you’ll enjoy your journey with us! Luca Cominardi (our Head of Technology) has already announced the upcoming Zenoh features for this year.
Zenoh User Meeting 2023
If you don’t have much time today, watch this digest featuring Rodrigo Gonzalez (The Construct), Peter van der Perk (NXP Semiconductors), Nazmican Calik (Filics), Franco Cipollone & Yadunund Vijay (Intrinsic), Steven Hartley (General Motors) and Elias De Coninck (Tractonomy Robotics).
Updates from the team
Luca Cominardi (our Head of Technology) talks about the features we’ll release for Zenoh in 2024.
Our expert on ROS and robotics, Julien Enoch talks and demonstrates the Zenoh bridge with ROS.
Zenoh in Robotics
In 2023, Zenoh was selected as the first alternative RMW for ROS 2 and Franco & Yadu were part of the team who made this decision.
Rodrigo talks about how The Construct is using Zenoh in their applications for fast and lightweight connectivity for all their robots.
Zenoh in Software Defined Vehicles
Steven Hartley presents General Motors’ contributions to open-source and explains how Zenoh plays a key role in automotive applications.
Christopher Helpa shares how TTTech Auto uses Zenoh Flow in the automotive industry and our joint collaboration.
Do you want to get in touch?
If you want to ask about a specific feature, like the S3 Integration (blog post) or the C++ API for Zenoh (documentation), or what you need support with, now it’s the right moment. Reply to this email or tell us on our Discord server, in #z-news. We’re an open book and we want to hear from you.
The ZettaScale Team