We have made a simulation of the Polaris Cloud dashboard so that you could get a better sense of what it has to offer and see it in action.
After the success of Polaris, we are happy to announce that we have just released the Polaris Cloud. It's the most efficient and cost-effective way to track a whole fleet of vehicles from one Cloud dashboard.
This year’s Maker Faire Rome just ended, and we’re happy to report that our Polaris board caused quite a bit of attention.
With the recent imminent of Polaris, we bet everyone is wondering what the main differences are between it and its predecessor, OpenTracker V2. Both are designed for remote logging, both are excellent as vehicle trackers, both are Arduino compatible. But where do they differ? That’s why we decided to make a comparison and explain all the added features.
Tracking Tour de Branch with Polaris – the RS Components team crosses over 1000 miles to raise money for Children with Cancer UK
After they have crossed over 1000 miles during Tour de Branch, all over the UK, the RS Components team has raised nearly £250,000 for Children with Cancer UK. We’re grateful that we had the opportunity to be a part of their journey, thanks to Polaris.
From the 8th until the 19th of June we will be tracking cyclists with the Zerynth-powered Fortebit Polaris, on their journey through the UK, as they cover over 1000 miles as a way to raise funds for children with cancer.
We are thrilled to announce our technological partnership with Zerynth, the middleware for IoT and Industry 4.0. Our partnership with Zerynth has brought the Python programmable, Zerynth-powered Polaris.