ame wrote:Ok, you wrote "My company is looking for a small embedded PC that is able to monitor 1 blinking LED and 2 triggers."
Then you talked about streaming, cameras and screenshots, without describing what they were for or why they were necessary.
So, instead, please describe what you want your system to do. Then people can suggest how to do it on the Pi. Or maybe they will say it's not possible, and why.
The embedded PC:
- It needs to monitor 1 led light (green blinking led means the battery life of the device we are monitoring is in good status, if the led turns to red then there must be an alert saying that the status = bad)
- The device with the led that we need to monitor is in a panel. This panel has a door sensor, as soon as the door opens, this must alert with status= door open.
- It needs to be connected to the internet (not wired), so we can do monitoring from a webportal.
- Optional function = streaming (not required)
I asked if The Raspberry Pi supported Unbuntu, because we have another project were we have a mini PC (it is to big for this project), that is connected through the internet by using a dongle and has 2 camera's connected to monitor a mass volume.
Would be easier for our software developers if we could just use this software as the base.