PitStop1 - Open source turtle tag and turtle camera enclosure
PitStop1 is open source turtle tag enclosure we developed in collaboration with Zoological Society of London. Turtle tags are used to track the movement of turtles and collect the information necessary to design better strategies for their conservation.
In this repository you can find all technical documentation for the latest version of the turtle tag enclosure and the turtle camera enclosure. The documentation for the version 1 of Pitstop1 is available in the branch version-1.
Read an article about the open source turtle tags and the development process and get in touch with us at Institute IRNAS for customization and orders.
Photo credit: Alasdair Davies, @Al2kA
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Hardware including documentation is licensed under CERN OHL v.1.2. license
Firmware and software originating from the project is licensed under GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE v3.
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What this means is that you can use hardware, firmware, software and documentation without paying a royalty and knowing that you'll be able to use your version forever. You are also free to make changes but if you share these changes then you have to do so on the same conditions that you enjoy.
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