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The idea of the project is to control a 'device' through the USB port and make it available through the network. The device of interest is currently a digital SLR.
Visit www.clicksbyuma.com/pages/category/blog/ for updates.
We will try to update our progress every week.
We, a group of students at the Upper Austrian University of Applied Sciences in Hagenberg started a project where we want to control a RC car using wifi. We built an infrastructure where you can control this car from all over the world.
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Attempting to build a municipal wireless mesh for a WISP in Northern Utah utilising the PandaBoard ES for each gateway and node with the included WLAN chip connected to a 2.4GHz microwave omnidirectional antenna and the new Broadcom 802.11ac chip attached to the board and a 5GHz microwave omnidirectional antenna.
Each node with antennas and second WLAN chip should cost less than $600 and all software will be open source with Ubuntu Server and WING for Linux.
We are currently developing the proof of concept Gateway on our first PandaBoard.
We are developing a multi protocol wireless gateway using panda board as our ref. platform. The gateway is supposed have Android as its platform OS. In our project we are developing an android based Application which continuously monitors the various wireless sensor nodes and updates their status on a map indicating their position and other sensory data they send like temp. data etc.