ACTIVE PROJECTS

KORUZA

KORUZA

An innovative open-source open-hardware wireless communication system, employing a new low-cost approach to designing free-space optical network systems, enabling building-to-building connectivity with a highly collimated infra red light beam at a capacity of 1 Gbps or 10 Gbps at distances up to 150 meters, enabling organic bottom-up growth of high-capacity networks. A Pro version for professional use is already available for order.


koruza.net
Active + Stable
Project owner: Irnas
Github
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Supported by Shuttleworth Foundation Fellowship awarded to Luka Mustafa.

Shuttleworth_Foundation


Vitaprint

VITAPRINT

Our main objective with Vitaprint is to bring bio-printing closer to the audience in medicine, animal medicine, pharmacological industry and other fields. We are developing fully functional open-source solutions that reach the standards set by the commercial, high-end machines. Most of our focus is on designing an Open Source Syringe Extruder as a self-contained unit.


irnas.eu/vitaprint
Active + Under development
Project owner: Symbiolab, Irnas

Supported by Shuttleworth Foundation Fellowship awarded to Luka Mustafa.

Shuttleworth_Foundation


Pitstop

PITSTOP TAG

PitStop1 is open source turtle tag and turtle camera enclosure we are developing 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.


zsl.org
Active + Under development
Project owner: Alasdair Davies, ZSL
Github

Solarcast

SOLARCAST

Safecast Solarcast sensor device is designed to operate off-grid and sense environmental parameters. It consists of 5 key modules designed for maximal reuse: Air sensor module, Geiger sensor module, Battery power module, Communications module, Gateway module.


safecast.org
Active + Under development
Project owner: Safecast
Github

PAST PROJECTS

CNC

GoodEnoughCNC

GoodEnoughCNC machines series was developed as a baseline manufacturing solutions following our vision of a 10k microfactory, where with a rather limited investment one can build a full manufacturing workflow for plywood, plastics and metals, out of which most open projects are built. HybridCNC is an affordable cnc solution, which transforms from plasma cutter to mill.


goodenoughcnc.eu
Past + Not actively supported
Project owner: Irnas

Supported by Shuttleworth Foundation Fellowship awarded to Luka Mustafa.

Shuttleworth_Foundation


Troublemaker-v2

Troublemaker v2 3D printer

Troublemaker v2 3D printer, part of GoodEnoughCNC family, is an improved version of a Troublemaker, a derivative from the highly popular open-source 3D printer Ultimaker Original. It is fully enclosed, with enclosure design allowing for easy heated chamber upgrade, and enlarged build volume to 300 mm x 300 mm x 300 mm.


goodenoughcnc.eu
Past + Not actively supported
Project owner: Irnas

Supported by Shuttleworth Foundation Fellowship awarded to Luka Mustafa.

Shuttleworth_Foundation


ToslinkCNC

Toslink CNC

ToslinkCNC, CNC machine control modules with Toslink optical cables were developed for our GoodEnoughCNC range in order to eliminate noise problems and ground loops, resulting in sporadic failures or even damage to the control electronics.


Past + Not actively supported
Project owner: Irnas
Github

Supported by Shuttleworth Foundation Fellowship awarded to Luka Mustafa.

KORUZA


Nodewatcher

Nodewatcher v3

Nodewtcher v3 aims to establish a customizable platform for planning, deployment, monitoring, maintenance, and management of open but diverse wireless networks. The main idea is modularity of the platform on all levels so that different network deployments can completely adapt their installation to needs, use cases, goals, and values of the network. Practice has shown that all this varies between networks and wireless communities and is thus impossible to develop a "one size fits all" solution by itself. Based on this, Nodewatcher 3.0 is developed not as a single solution, but rather as a customizable platform with ecosystem of modules and communities around it.


nodewatcher.net
Past + Not actively supported
Project owner: wlanslovenija
Github

Supported by donations of Shuttleworth Foundation Flash Grant and New America Foundation Open Technology Institute.

Shuttleworth OTI


ServalRuggedBatteryPack

Serval Rugged Battery Pack

Serval Rugged Battery Pack is designed to be the universal battery supply system for wireless equipment in any situation. Let that be a rescue operation in New Zealand using Serval project Mesh Extender, every-day deployment in Africa or a remote location in Europe, all sharing the same lack of electrical power for communication equipment. In collaboration with Serval project we worked on designing this battery pack to be suitable for charging from the vast majority of power sources, no matter how improvised or hacked-together they are, and providing sufficient power for days of operation.


servaproject.org
Past + Not actively supported
Project owner: Serval Project
Github

OpenSourceLabEquipment

Open Source Lab Equipment

Open Source Lab Equipment project integrates the solutions from our development projects into standalone solutions to increase the flexibility, hackability and versatility of new and existing equipment in development & research laboratories. A set of solutions is introduced for linear precision positioning, mimicking the high-grade translation stages at a fraction of cost using low-cost 3D printing. Designs vary from fully 3D printed low-performance to hybrid 3D printing using teflon sliding surfaces. The designs can easily be motorized for precision remote control or the approach implemented on existing high-grade translation equipment.


Past + Not actively supported
Project owner: Irnas
Github

MicroAPRSNavspark

Micro APRS NavSpark

MicroAPRS NavSpark is a contribution to MicroAPRS open source project. The electronics has been designed to feature all the components for this ham radio operator location tracker on a small circuit board as well as making it compatible with low-cost NavSpark GPS/Glonass/Beidu Arduino modules.


Past + Not actively supported
Project owner: Irnas
Github

SolRouterSer

Solderless Router Serial

Solderless router serial port connector is designed primarily to ease the recovery of bricked low cost routers without the need for soldering on any tampering with the device logic board. This is particularly useful in community wireless networks with the large volume of low-cost WiFi routers that may require a serial connection for restoring firmware if something has gone wrong. Current release supports very common WR740N and WR741ND routers.


Past + Not actively supported
Project owner: Irnas
Github

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