• The Eagle Has Landed

    We agree that serial number 1 is possibly a little ugly, but after a break in the rain, the team deployed WaggleOne out in the inhospitable Chicago-area weather. We should have test data tomorrow. We are rapidly preparing more deployments. We may also look to improve WaggleOne’s curb-side appeal… Stay tuned. The Chicago Array of Things units, designed by the School of the Art Institute at Chicago, will no doubt be downright beautiful compared to this.

    Some pictures below…

    WaggleOne sits outside on the roof of building 240 at Argonne

    WaggleOne sits outside on the roof of building 240 at Argonne

    Looking up as the team sets up the equipment

    Looking up as the team sets up the equipment

    A view from the Wireless Sensor Lab, looking out on the roof

    A view from the Wireless Sensor Lab, looking out on the roof

    The Brain... a 4-core ODROID, sensors, and power.  Notice the mylar wrapping?

    The Brain… a 4-core ODROID, sensors, and power. Notice the mylar wrapping?

    This is where Rajesh got his inspiration for the mylar.  We have all been thinking of Waggle as a deep space probe...

    This is where Rajesh got his inspiration for the mylar. We have all been thinking of Waggle as a deep space probe…

     

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