Developing a water resistant, arduino-like product

Discussion in 'OnBoard Electronics & Controls' started by kaisat, Sep 30, 2014.

  1. kaisat
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    kaisat New Member

    Hey everyone!

    We're currently developing this IoT product which can be used for monitoring and tracking different things, onshore and offshore. It's small (fits in your pocket), water resistant and it has wireless connectivity (2G Quadband GPRS, WLAN, BT 4.1). The HW would be top quality and the SW would let you come with all kinds of neat uses for it.

    So what we're doing now, is trying to reach out to people with specific knowledge and interest to find out what kind of use (if any) they could come up with for a product like this. We'd really appreciate any opinions or feedback you can give. It'd be really useful to hear what features you think are useful/not useful etc.

    The proposed specs at the moment are:

    Wireless connectivity: 2G Quadband GPRS, WLAN, BT 4.1

    + Micro USB 2.0, GPIO pins on PCB, JTAG on PCB

    Sensors:
    A-GPS Location
    3D Accelerometer
    Temperature
    Pressure
    Humidity
    Gyroscope
    Ambient Light Sensor
    Magnetometer
     
    Last edited: Oct 2, 2014
  2. kaisat
    Joined: Sep 2014
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    kaisat New Member

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