Students can submit proposals now for Google Summer of Code

BeagleBoard.org has been selected as a mentoring organization for 2021 and the project possibilities this year, I believe, are especially interesting. With BeagleBone AI in production and BeagleV (RISC-V) and BeagleConnect (6lowpan subGHz wireless MCU running Zephyr) designs available in … Continue reading Students can submit proposals now for Google Summer of Code

BeagleBoard.org® and Seeed Introduce the First Affordable RISC-V Board Designed to Run Linux

Seeed and BeagleBoard.org® have announced an official collaboration with the leading RISC-V solutions provider, StarFive, to create the latest member of the BeagleBoard.org® series, BeagleV™ (pronounced Beagle five.) BeagleV™ is the first affordable RISC-V board designed to run Linux. BeagleV™, … Continue reading BeagleBoard.org® and Seeed Introduce the First Affordable RISC-V Board Designed to Run Linux

BeagleBoard.org update for the Open Hardware Summit 2020 @ohsummit #OpenCovid19Initiative

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Working on an Open Source Hardware Project? This is your opportunity to share it at the next Open Source Hardware Summit in March 2020 at New York

The Open Source Hardware Summit (OHS) is inviting talk/demo proposals for the tenth annual summit! To be held on Friday, March 13,2020 at the NYU School of Law https://2020.oshwa.org/apply The Open Source Hardware Summit is for presenting, discussing, and learning about open hardware of all kinds. The summit examines open hardware applications, practices, and theory, ranging from environmental sensors to 3D printable medical devices to open hardware processors and beyond. We are interested in open hardware on its own as well as in relation to topics such as software, design, business, law, and education.  For our tenth edition we are … Continue reading Working on an Open Source Hardware Project? This is your opportunity to share it at the next Open Source Hardware Summit in March 2020 at New York

BeagleBoard.org® Launches BeagleBone® AI, Offering a Fast Track to Getting Started with Artificial Intelligence at the Edge

BeagleBone® AI is your fast track to embedded artificial intelligence at the edge. The fastest and most flexible BeagleBone yet builds on a decade of success in open hardware single board Linux computers built to educate and help you automate your home, office, lab or manufacturing floor. Continue reading BeagleBoard.org® Launches BeagleBone® AI, Offering a Fast Track to Getting Started with Artificial Intelligence at the Edge

OreSat Uses PocketBeagle® to Provide STEM Motivation With Giant “Selfie-Stick” from Space

When the Portland State Aerospace Society started in 1999, the members likely never imagined their open source amateur rocket avionics systems would someday actually make it to space. Twenty years later, thanks to NASA’s CubeSat Launch Initiative, or CSLI, they … Continue reading OreSat Uses PocketBeagle® to Provide STEM Motivation With Giant “Selfie-Stick” from Space

BeagleBone® Helps Preserve The History of Apollo’s “Hidden Figures”

Navigating to the moon and landing on its surface during the NASA Apollo missions 50 years ago took some fascinating engineering within the spacecraft.  The Apollo Guidance Computer or AGC was key to guiding the craft and to the success of the mission. … Continue reading BeagleBone® Helps Preserve The History of Apollo’s “Hidden Figures”

NASA, T STAR and TAMU Students Drive Space Experimentation Using BeagleBone® Black

Space researchers on Earth now have a powerful new way to remotely conduct experiments. Texas A&M University engineering students have been working with NASA Engineers, JSC Scientists and T STAR, a space commercialization company to successfully deploy an experiment station … Continue reading NASA, T STAR and TAMU Students Drive Space Experimentation Using BeagleBone® Black

BeagleBoard.org® Community Kicks off GSoC 2019 with Four Projects

This summer, four student projects in the Google Summer of Code 2019 (GSoC) will be mentored by BeagleBoard.org®. GSoC, sponsored by Google, is a global program in it’s fourteenth year, focused on bringing more student developers into open source software development during a 3 month programming project.

After going through a detailed and thorough application process the following four projects will be developed this summer. Check out the intro videos from each student:

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