Lagarto and wireless arduinos


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by dberenguer » Tue Jul 10, 2012 9:20 pm
This post talks about Lagarto, an open automation platform developed for panStamps, running on the Raspberry PI under Debian Wheezy:
http://www.panstamp.com/announcements/lagartoontheraspberrypi

For this application, the Raspberry PI acts as an embedded controller (with embedded web server) cntrolling and reading a wireless network of low-power motes, sensing temperatures, humidities and binarry presses and controlling relays, dimmers and RGB LED strips.

Regards,

Daniel.
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by dberenguer » Sat Apr 27, 2013 7:56 am
We finally got to solve the issues about incompatibility of the image for different hardware versions of the RPi. Raspbian was the solution and we have even kept the original size of the image (~2GB) whilst adding all the necessary resources to run Lagarto and OpenRemote on the board.

Link to the wiki: http://code.google.com/p/panstamp
Link to panStamp's web page: http://www.panstamp.com/announcements/newpanstampsofficialimageforraspberrypi

Of course, we still need a panStick USB dongle to connect to the wireless network of panStamps but we'll soon announce the release of a new panStamp shield for the RaspberryPI.

Daniel.
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