Nanode – A Networking Arduino

The nanode, network appliance node, is an Arduino-line, network enabled development board. Just as Arduino, it is open source hardware. It has been developed at the London hackspace.

The idea is to provide the maker / hacker society with a networked, easy to use, starting point for endevours into smart sensors, home automation, machine control, energy monitoring, and more. The energy argument is especially important to one of the project’s key members, Ken Boak, who has been

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