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Using NeoBook to control external hardware and devices.

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Postby HPW » Thu Aug 14, 2014 2:31 am


Maybe also interesting to get single-board standalone pc:

Would be interesting if it would possible to run neobook virtual on a win-emulator under Android/Linux there.

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Re: Cubietruck

Postby ebear » Sat Aug 16, 2014 11:32 am

Hello Hans,

With these we are almost back to a normal mini PC system.

For my applications I communicate with PLC's, small boards like Arduino etc. These boards are indeed small, low cost and dedicated to one job, but for automation jobs these are ideal.
Next to this, for example Arduino, there are a mass of add-ons available and affordable priced.

I hope that Dave goes forward with the new generation of Neobook, this would give the possibility to use for example low cost Android tablets etc.
My main interest for hardware communication with Neobook is of cause production automation etc, but the same principles can of cause be used much wider eg. home automation etc.

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Eric - Lunar Software ERP database Development. Manufacturing processes, Document management, QMS, Stock management. Standalone solutions or connected to Helios Orange and other ERP systems.
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