Open Source Hardware Camp 2018 will be hosted in the historic county town of Lincoln — home to, amongst others, noted engine builders Ruston & Hornsby (now Siemens, via GEC and English Electric).
The annual conference of the Open Source Hardware User Group will this year feature 10 talks and 7 workshops, over the weekend of Sat 30th June and Sun 1st July — with topics including MakerNet Alliance, cycle-accurate Verilog simulation, making electronic tesla coils, and EMC for IoT, to name but a few.
As in previous years, there will be a social event on the Saturday evening and we have a room booked at the Wig and Mitre. Food will be available.
There will likely be a few of us meeting up for pre-conference drinks on the Friday evening also.
Tickets cost just £10 for each day, which includes lunch and tea/coffee.