During the COVID-19 outbreak, my family and I decided to participate in one of the truest Canadian pastimes (at least in this side of the country): maple syrup production. In previous years, we joined in with my siblings at our family farm north of Kingston, ON and made about 75L of maple syrup (from about […].
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.