At FreakLabs, we’re passionate about wireless and it’s potential to help know more about our environment. We’ve done work in the Himalayas to monitor water supplies, in Japan to monitor radiation levels, in Egypt to monitor sanitation levels and illegal dumping, and founded Hackerfarm, an experimental farm to monitor and instrument agricultural crops.
We believe in the DIY approach to monitoring your own environment and that you ultimately know exactly what you need. That’s why all of our designs are open source and we try to provide the tools and educational materials you need to tailor things to your exact application.
The more you know, the more you can take care of our environment, whether that’s home safety, agriculture, water, or anything you’re interested in monitoring. Let us help you understand your environment.
We develop boards and systems that allow you to
We also collaborate on interesting projects with like-minded organisations, NGOs, researchers and individuals.
We’re interested to collaborate with field experts in conservation, indie and organic agriculture, basic infrastructure for rural and remote areas, crisis and disaster response, and books and boardgames.
What we do
OUr experience and expertise covers concept to design to prototyping to testing to production manufacturing to API development.
We can adapt existing designs, create completely new designs, take ideas and concepts, features and functionalities and apply what we know to make it work, make it usable and make it affordable.
Who we work with
We work with organisations and individuals of different sizes and expertise within our fields of specialisation.
We’ve wored with teh providing consulting services and developing proof of concept systems, with IRRI to adapt and make an existing more robust and reliable, wildlife conservationist to adapt existing products to their needs, and
The best results come when expertise, skills and experience combine to develop something with meaning. We’re interested to collaborate with field experts in conservation, indie and organic agriculture, basic infrastructure for rural and remote areas, crisis and disaster response, and books and boardgames.
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– basic overview: outdoor, monitoring env
– conservation, wildlife, indie ag, basic infrastructure, crisis and disaster response, disaster products for the average person,
– open source: why’s it important, long history
– capabilities: concept, system design, product development, manufacturing assistance, technology advice, hardware – embedded,, software, backend server.
– in countryside where we can develop and test our systems in environments similar to the ones it gets deployed in
– run our own farm, have our own prototype lab
– we’re interested in working with fields experts, ngos, governments and like-minded companies in wildlife conservation and research, indie and organic agriculture, crisis and disaster response for everyday people ,