The MinnowBoard project launched more than six years ago to provide an open reference platform suitable for development from prototype to production. Since then, numerous alternatives have emerged for a range of projects. With such a rich set of alternatives available, we decided to cease ongoing development of new versions of the Minnowboard. This site will be active through December 31, 2019, after which tutorials and documentation will be available on github.com/MinnowBoard-org/. We thank the community for the support we have received over the years, and are pleased to see so many options for developers.
Supports a wide range of OSs and well-known integrated development environments (IDEs) to make it easy to get up and running quickly
Firmware support and updates through the lifetime of the board
Enable the next generation of smart devices with PC performance and graphics capabilities
Open design specs, software, and firmware accelerate innovation while reducing time and cost
Streamlines the product development process
Examples of where MinnowBoard can be used
Technology innovations for smart home and building experiences are evolving quickly. MinnowBoard embedded boards provide the capabilities to make innovating easier and cost effective, thus enabling solution providers the ability to manage development costs while competing in a fast-paced market.
MinnowBoard embedded boards provide the performance and capabilities that give solution providers the ability to develop new innovations that optimize operational efficiency and help transform manufacturing.
MinnowBoard embedded boards can help to redefine how we develop the digital driving experience by providing performance and graphics capabilities that take on the challenges of the ever-growing complexity of automotive and transportation systems.