01 Feb

Brighton Py: Unlocking the Secrets of Fish Behaviour using Python

Brighton Py: Unlocking the Secrets of Fish Behaviour using Python

When

1 Feb    
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Barclays Eagle Lab
Barclays Eagle Lab, 1 Preston Rd, London, London, BN1 4JQ, Brighton

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BrightonPy is super excited to share that our first meetup of the year will feature Zac Nash from Datacove talking about how he used Python to code marine robotics to track the fine scale moments of fish.

“Python can be used for Robotics, although it is rarely the first choice. When combined with ROS (Robotics Operating System), vehicles can be designed and developed to solve some of our biggest questions. This talk covers how you can design vehicles, of all types, land, air or sea, and develop the code to make them work in Python!”

Whether you’re new to Python, an old hand or just want to hang out with some like-minded people, come along. We are an awesome, friendly group who like to talk Python over pizza and beer in Brighton. Hope to see you at there!

Do you fancy speaking at a Brighton Py event? Get in touch if you have Python knowledge and a story to share.

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