These sales are, naturally, accompanied by service and warranties. The company stands by their products.
Neuron Robotics has also sold forty (40) BDMs (Bowler Deploy Modules), along with a service plan for them as well.
This sale enables the company to initiate the first production run of DyIOs.
The Dynamic Input / Output module (DyIO) (http://www.neuronrobotics.com/
It is a cross-platform device. The company has tested the DyIO on all major operating systems. This means that users are able to write code on Mac, deploy to Linux and test in Windows without having to worry about different tool chains. Users are able to get up and running in as little as eight (8) minutes. Likewise, students can use almost any programming language or environment from Java, Python or C to MATLAB and even Excel. Using the Neuron Robotics Development Kit (http://www.neuronrobotics.com/
The DyIO is also easy to use. Novices can start playing with sensors, motors and other pieces in minutes. Students can start collecting data, moving servos and setting outputs without writing a single line of code. Tutorials are available on the company's website to assist with the basics.
The company is grateful to WPI for their confidence in their abilities and their encouragement and kindness throughout the years. Neuron Robotics has had other customers already, but Worcester Polytechnic Institute is the first really big one, and their support is greatly appreciated.
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Neuron Robotics helps lower the cost of developing robotics and cyber-physical systems. Our open source, programmable and cross-platform solution (Bowler Communications System) brings entry into robotics development within the ability range of nearly all.