We will revisit an old Community project – the MoCo Maker Turn Table, a derivative of the MIT Spin turn table:

http://spin.media.mit.edu/

Let’s verify what we currently have (most of a working prototype). Let’s scope out what’s missing, so we can hack at it, and hand it off to Solar Household Energy, Inc. :
http://www.she-inc.org/

Next, let’s introduce a hardware based method for doing Secure IoT devices: ECC508 a secure microchip for doing encryption at the hardware level.

This will be the basis for likely future Kickstarter our community will do. Credit to community member Frank Hunleth for having the idea, and pushing it to a prototype!

Here is additional background on this chip:

https://spectrum.ieee.org/computing/embedded-systems/a-chip-to-protect-the-internet-of-things

Come learn some of the theory behind this encryption chip.

Hope to see you there!

www.mocomakers.com/parking