Last year, we wrote a post about MiniNodes. Last month, they announced on Twitter the 2nd revision of their board.
Last January, we worked with Toby Schneider on a Geppetto board. Today, he sent us an update that the board is successfully running off shore of California, allowing a novel progressive imagery transmission of ocean microorganisms back to a shore-based operator.
On a beautiful summer day in Canada (where our Research Center is located), our engineer, Andrew Smith, decided to demo the AeroCore 2 for NVIDIA Jetson in the field. This board has our Caspa HD Camera and is running Tensor Flow for object detection and recognition.
Because of Geppetto, we receive a lot of emails from innovators, engineers, and consultants who are looking to build a prototype with minimal investment and in short amount of time. This is how we met David Tischeler, co-founder of miniNodes.
New stepper motor, breakout, and LoRa Gateway with PoE expansion boards for the Raspberry Pi and RPi Compute module available at Gumstix. In addition, Gumstix engineers have released a custom Yocto Linux build for Raspberry Pi.