Things used in this project

Hardware components:
Seeed beaglebonegreen SeeedStudio BeagleBone Green
SeeedStudio Grove GPS
SeeedStudio Grove 3-axis Digital Compass
SeeedStudio Grove 3-Axis Digital Gyroscope
SeeedStudio Grove 3-Axis Digital Accelerometer (±1.5g)
SeeedStudio Grove Cape for BeagleBone Series
MikroElektronika mikroBUS Cape
MikroElektronika GSM2 Click
Software apps and online services:
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Amazon Web Services AWS EC2
Hand tools and fabrication machines:
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Soldering iron (generic)
This is only required for the GSM2 Click (GPRS Modem). The pins on this module come unsoldered.


BeagleBone Green Servo
The Fritzing schematic file for the BeagleBone Green with two servos attached.
GPIO pins used
Bbg pin usage


Allows internet based communication between the controller and controlled device, via a proxy.
JavaScript library to run the ITG 3200 3-axis gyroscope via the i2c bus.
This is a JavaScript library to run the MMA7660FC accelerometer via the i2c bus.
This is a JavaScript library to run the Honeywell HMC5883L 3-axis digital compass via the i2c bus.
This JavaScript library makes use of the serial port and NMEA modules to simplify data collection from a GPS device.



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