Countryside web server
Client: Peter Cowley, CamData <firstname.lastname@example.org>
A ruggedized version of the Raspberry Pi can be used for outdoor applications, like monitoring wildlife activity via USB peripherals (e.g. GPS) analogue and digital inputs (e.g. monitoring the weight of nesting birds, or entries to a burrow). The kinds of hobbyist and researcher who do this need to specify data capture via a rubberised keyboard and LCD display, but also make that data available more widely via popular websites. Your task is to design a system that allows users to configure battery-powered data capture and website structure in the field via the embedded display, but then turn the same device into a fully-functional web server with data visualisations when it is brought inside and plugged back into a network port. If required, you will also be provided with a licence for the ENEA Polyhedra realtime embedded database.