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Raspberry Pi Innovator Interface

At the 2013 Aras ACE conference, Razorleaf presented a proof-of-concept project using a Raspberry Pi as a special purpose Aras Innovator client. The special purpose client was intended to simulate a shop floor system to deliver assembly instructions. The assembly instructions are managed inside Innovator.

If you are not familiar with the Raspberry Pi is a credit card sized, single board computer that runs Linux. This was my first project using Linux and I decided to use the Python programming language. The project also took advantage of the Raspberry Pi’s general purpose IO (GPIO) to provide the user a simple hardware button interface to advance through the assembly instructions.

Project Info

Owner: Dennis Lindinger

License: Microsoft Public License
Supported Versions: 9.X

Original Idea: Dennis Lindinger

Created on: July 23, 2013

Last Modified on: April 3, 2017

Status:  As-Is
Verified:  No

Type:  Open Source
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