Date: Fall 2014
During the Kirkland Maker Startup Weekend, I worked on team DEWSTech. Using an Intel Edison and Parrot AR 2.0, we developed a mobile water sampling platform that could be used to take measurements of various properties in a body of water. Our initial prototype would collect conductivity measurements using a liquid conductivity sensor attached to an Arduino shield. I worked as the lead SW dev on our team, integrating different code modules and wrangling with the Edison’s quirks. Our team won an award for “Best Use of Intel Edison” at the competition.