Forbes Rotarian Hopes To Revolutionize Education In Rural Kenya With 'Rachel' and … Forbes Bob has a plan to revolutionize education in Kenya and across Sub-Saharan Africa with a gadget called a Raspberry Pi developed in the UK by a team from Cambridge's Computer Laboratory. The gadget is a tiny, radically affordable computer.
Capital FM Kenya Move over Raspberry Pi ! Intel unveil Edison – a whole computer the size of an … Tech Digest The Edison itself is obviously much smaller than the Raspberry Pi , perhaps its closest competitor – but given the more diminutive form and built in connectivity, it'll probably command a higher price point.
Poachers caught red-handed by the Raspberry Pi PC Pro Poachers continue to hunt down and slaughter at-risk animals, but wildlife experts have a new tool in their protection arsenal: a network of cameras managed by a Raspberry Pi . The cameras are left in key spots in the wilderness of Kenya, where they ..
Raspberry Pi cameras help protect Kenya wildlife GMA News Here's another reason why many see the tiny barebones Raspberry Pi the biggest little computer: it is powering a camera network used to protect wildlife in Kenya.
Geek Raspberry Pi picked to save the endangered rhino Inquirer TINY LOW-COST COMPUTER the Raspberry Pi is being used to help protect rhinos in Kenya. Rhinos are endangered, but are protected at Kenya's Tsavo National Park. The park is using Raspberry Pi computers to build a virtual safety net to help protect
BBC News Raspberry Pi aids cyber 'safety net' for African rhino BBC News Endangered rhinos in Kenya are being monitored with the aid of several Raspberry Pi computers.
TechWeekEurope UK Raspberry Pi and Cambridge Consultants saving the rhino Cambridge News The world's most rare and endangered species are being protected by Cambridge Consultants and Raspberry Pi . No, we are not talking about PhD engineers but a partnership with London Zoo and the Kenya Wildlife Service. As part of the Instant Wild project
We’ve been talking a bit about London Zoo’s efforts with the camera board to set affordable camera traps in Kenya, looking not only for wild animals, but also for poachers.