panStamp is an open source hardware project created for the enthusiasts that love measuring and controlling things wirelessly. panStamps are small wireless boards specially designed to fit in low-power applications, which are claimed to be simple to program and simple to work with. With panStamps, you can measure almost everything by simply connecting your panStamp to the sensors, placing a battery and sending wireless data from the first moment.

Potential Applications[edit | edit source]

There are a lot of ways I could see this being useful for OSAT -- e.g. low-cost sensor network for farms, low-cost sensor network energy conservation for large buildings, etc.

Please catalogue completed applications here:

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