In consultation with Crowd Supply, we have decided to suspend the board::mini campaign. This is a temporary suspension, but all orders will be cancelled and no credit cards will be charged. Thank you all for your support thus far; we have learned a ton from this experience! (Long story short: a combination of missed opportunities and supply chain disasters have convinced us to pause everything and regroup.) While this is clearly disappointing, we're pretty excited about where things are headed from here! See below for a rather long list of changes we intend to make before relaunching this campaign. We hope to see you then! Read the full update.
We begin our showcase extravaganza with something that, while not technically vehicle related, does at least use a vehicle-oriented bus protocol... Read the full update.
Long time no see! We've been hard at work on expansions and demos, and we're looking forward to showing them off in the coming days and weeks. This update highlights three of them: mini::obd, mini::lab, and the usb-can adapter. Read the full update.
We talk a lot about vehicle hacking, so it's probably about time we showed you some of that... Read the full update.
We come bearing gifts! A small one, a bigger one and a preview of things to come. Read the full update.
Getting started can be hard. We're here to help - on GitHub and Mattermost! Read the full update.
We are proud to present the board::mini series, a modular ecosystem that includes the mini::base and various application-specific extension boards. The mini::base provides an on-board power supply with support for 9 to 24 V, a ready-to-use CAN interface with software-switchable final resistance, an atmospheric condition sensor, a microSD card slot, and a USB Type-C port. The series also includes the mini::out, the mini::grid, and the mini::pit—extension boards that provide additional programmability, connectivity, and power. Read the full update.