The ruggedized Raspberry Pi recovery kit #RaspberryPi @back7co
Jay at back7 shows that, while the Raspberry Pi is a great computer, it’s not set to go into the field as rugged equipment.
Building Internet-connected things seems obvious today, but what about when there’s no Internet?
The concept often feels like something out of a science fiction movie or a doomsday prepper’s handbook- and while this device can work in both scenarios, it’s also about understanding resiliency for your projects and being a good steward of the systems in place today.
The resulting project is perfection – a ruggedized, waterproof case holds the Pi securely. Structured wiring brings out the connections. A display is integrated and a custom keyboard allows for input.
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