Frost Protection Collaboration with UC Davis

Frost Protection Collaboration UC DavisiP 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.


Raspberry Pi Weather Station

Raspberry Pi Weather StationiP 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.


Embedded Linux DSP System for Chemical and Radiation Threat Detection


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