[riot-devel] Future Hardware Platforms
oliver.hahm at inria.fr
Tue Aug 6 00:35:04 CEST 2013
> I have done a short list of points to talk about:
> You should see this page as a starting point for a discussion! I'm
> sure I have missed some major points, so if you want to add/remove
> some requirements or if you know the best platform for the future of
> RIOT, tell us on this list (and I will add your points to the wiki)!
I would think that "some sort of sensors to play with" is no must-have as long
as the platform offers accessible I/O-ports.
Moreover, "at least as much ram/rom as the msba2" seems like a quite strong
requirement. I guess that this would limit the choice mostly to ARM-A8/9
I would say that a "energy measurement feature" is more a nice to have, while
a debugging interface (e.g., JTAG) would be a "must have" in my opinion.
Postscapes provides a nice list of typical IoT platforms:
The Wi-Go Module looks interesting, but is probably too expensive.
Spark Core  provides an ARM Cortex-M3 and a 802.11 transceiver, but no
sensors. Price: 39$ + 20$
DigiX  provides similar hardware for 59$.
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