Python+WiFi on a Cortex-M4 for IoT applications

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Hello fellow freaks,

 

 

It's been a long since I posted in this forum, mainly because work and other things have kept me away from AVR micros. I just wanted to share a with you a project that I recently launched on Kickstarter:

 

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/wipy/the-wipy-the-internet-of-things-taken-to-the-next

 

It's an IoT development platform that is 100% Python programmable, running Micro Python on a SoC that combines a Cortex-M4 a WiFi Network processor.

 

 

Check it out if you are curious and please tell your friends ;-)

 

 

P.S.: Dear moderator, if this not the right place to post this, please feel free to move it (or erase it), it is not my intention to break the rules of the forum.

Daniel Campora http://www.wipy.io

Last Edited: Sat. Apr 18, 2015 - 12:41 PM
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danicampora wrote:
a SoC that combines a Cortex-M4 a WiFi Network processor

A Texas Instruments CC3200, in fact.

 

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if this not the right place to post this, please feel free to move it (or erase it)

As it's promoting a product, it should probably be in the 'Marketpkace' forum?

 

 

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Agreed and so moved- Jim

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Really nice board Daniel.... Good price too!!!

 

Congrats...

Regards,

Bruno Muswieck

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Thanks Bruno!

Daniel Campora http://www.wipy.io

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brunomusw wrote:
Good price too!!!

Eh??

 

This is a Kickstarter project - where do you see a "price" ??

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He is probably talking about the rewards.

Daniel Campora http://www.wipy.io