Open Hardware Access Point with Arduino inside


Do you know about the Internet Of Things?

Dragino MS12 is a wifi/linux enabled appliance for MCU projects. It uses the awesome OpenWrt.

The goal of the Dragino is to solve the connectivity problem and greatly enhance micro-controller products. So, it has an internal bus for a dedicated micro-controller board which defines the platform that would interact with the physical world.

So, Seeedstudio added an Arduino based daughter board inside it and came with "Dragrove".

"Dragrove is an open source based generic gateway for internet of things. It combines Dragino (Easy Internet Access, powerful CPU, Linux system), Arduino compatible interface board (monitoring and controlling the physical world), and RF networks like X-Bee. "



The term "Grove" on the illustration above is related to a product family with dozens of sensors and other modules for easy prototyping. BTW... I've proudly designed the logo. =)

3689452781?profile=originalAt first look it sounds a nice product.
I don't need to think too much to find some cool applications for it. What do you think about?

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  • Very cool... Like the logo too!
  • Waoo this is what I was looking for ages
  • I like it!

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