iP Solutions is collaborating with the Biometeorology and Atmospheric Science departments of U.C. Davis on a frost protection monitoring system. A system provided by iP Solutions has just been installed at the UC Davis Campbell test site. Temperature and humidity data correction is currently being conducted.
iP Solutions has created a Raspberry Pi weather station. The Raspberry Pi platform employs a Debian Wheezy Linux distribution. iP Solutions designed and fabricated an analog and digital I/O board to interface the Raspberry Pi to temperature, humidity, barometric pressure and wind-speed sensors. Additionally, iP Solutions created a separate proprietary temperature and humidity sensor module.
iP Solutions brought extensive knowledge of Embedded Linux DSP systems hardware and software to the Nevada Nanotech Systems (NNTS) project for explosive chemical and radiation threat detection and analysis. The project, CScout, was targeted for shipping container security.
Previous experience with complex embedded control and data acquisition systems enabled iP Solutions to immediately begin contributing to this project. The primary goal was to design both hardware and software for using an NNTS Molecular Properties Sensor (MPS) to collect, analyze and present explosive chemical vapor threat data. Additionally, radiation spectrum data was to be collected and analyzed for any radiation threat components. This system was to be controlled and results communicated remotely through a wireless interface, the Maritime Asset Tag Tracking System (MATTS). Also, a hardwired network connection was to enable more extensive maintenance and engineering modes with web-based and terminal based interfaces.
The CScout system was successfully completed with impressive measurement results. This system will be used for demonstration of NNTS sensor capabilities to potential customers. Continue reading →