Resource Links for the BeagleBoard.org Community
The open-source BeagleBoard.org designs are perfect for rapidly building prototypes to express your new idea, but sometimes you need to go beyond and bring your own product to life. The BeagleBoard.org community is loaded with experts that know how to get you there and this is your guide to engaging with them.
First off, there is the support wiki page on eLinux.org. When in doubt, search around the wiki for who might already be working on the challenge you are facing. Once you have some ideas, reach out to the experts to help you get to where you are headed.
You should also start by checking out the logo-licensed compatible boards as one of them may meet your product requirments and the manufacturer might be able to satisfy your business needs.
- Gerald Coley, the Founder and President of EmProDesign, is also the hardware developer
that brought us the original BeagleBoard, BeagleBoard-xM, BeagleBoard-X15, BeagleBone,
and BeagleBone Black. He's an obvious first choice when looking to customize a BeagleBoard.org
design or build your own.
- Element14 - Manufacturer of the largest number of BeagleBones, Element14 has a design-services entity that can help you source BeagleBone varients with your own custom requirements.
- GHI Electronics - Located in Michigan, U.S.A., GHI Electronics has been working with the Octavo Systems OSD3358 system-in-package since it was initially released and provides solutions ranging from system-on-module designs to custom board spins.
Software Consultants and Commercial Linux Providers
The TI processors wiki has a nice list of consultants and commercial Linux providers that support the BeagleBoard.org hardware
We have had particularlly good interactions with