Thanks for joining us on this little adventure. To those of you who have been involved in M2 development, you are probably aware of where this project came from. For those of you who are not, I will give a little more background:
We started this company about a year ago with the goal of making hardware for messing around in automotive networks more accessible. All of us have a passion for cars as well as product development. The first campaign was a success and we got a lot of hardware out there. We certainly learned a lot in the process. M2 was really only the first building block and whenever we can, we are releasing more pieces of the puzzle.
Personally, I’m looking forward to less cords in general. We have seen a couple instances of people damaging their M2 because someone tripped over the USB cord. I’m sure SuperB can be used for more than just reducing the number of cords hanging out of the cars we work with. It has a lot of applications outside of automotive and we are excited to see where people go with this.
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