If you’re developing an IoT project, whether for personal use or to release to the world, the obvious question is, what protocol to use? Well, now you don’t have to choose. With the FiPy, you can simply build your device, then worry about what technology you’re going to use later.
Based on the ESP32, the FiPy allows you to communicate via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, LoRa, Sigfox, or even over a cellular connection. If that wasn’t enough, the five-network platform is programmable with MicroPython and can also interface with the PySense and PyTrack boards, which extend the system’s functionality in a similar manner to how Arduino shields work.
Sound like the board of your IoT dreams? You can check out all of its specs and back FiPy on Pycom’s Kickstarter campaign page.