@sinovoip@lionwang MIT research group would love to test BPI-M3 for in vehicle telemetry, and video capture. We are currently using a M1 and its great, but having issues with video and I/O due to other system demands. The octacore of the M3 should hopefully solve this.
Can you send a unit out to test? We would purchase many for field trails if it all works out.
Hello, Banana pi Team. I am a college student from China. I love Banana pi develop board. My classmate and I are big fan of open source OS. I also have blog can advertise this product. I would like to test and write reviews of BPI-M3. It would be great if you can send me a sample. We would love to advertise this Banana Pi product and writing reviews about it. Thank you for reading this. I will be lucky to have a sample of this board.
I’m a computer-science professor based in Iran. I have nearly 260
new computer science students each term. My students used rpi2-b as the
platform for their projects this term, and rpi-b+ the terms before, but
some were not satisfied with the performance. I’m personally testing
the current boards in the market, and I came across BPI-M3 which I find
I would also post the reviews in our monthly magazine, which is given out free of charge to all of our students.
I would appreciate to get a free sample to test it out.
Currently completing my degree at Glasgow Caledonian University, studying embedded systems. I would like to use this as my project that would be displayed and uploaded and could be used for the University as a demonstration, and research and development tool due to this i would like to apply for one of your free samples. All details including Educational Email will can and will be supplied. Thanks in advance Scott
hi,i completed networking training.Now i wanted to enhance skills on my own.so decided to make own servers at home at lower cost.so i went to raspberry pi 2.But after specification of M3.I wanted to test all concepts of networking on M3 boards and also i wanted to make some other project making cluster,3d printer,hovercraft,uav etc
so waiting to test a sample as soon as possible
hi, i’m an argentinian hardware developer and i want to test the M3 to use it in my projects. Now i’m working with the M2 in a linux based mobile device. I want to test the M3 with kali linux to cyber security and pentesting. Good job guys.
Greetings from Argentina
There’s so much stuff fixed just recently, that the available beta OS images can’t work. I flashed Android and have now only one working CPU core instead of 8 and so on… Seems like a lot of work is still needed.
I am very interested in the BPI-M3, and could definitely do alot of work with one. I have a RPI 2 B+ but am mainly interested in the various OS options and getting them debugged and working properly with the GPIO. The GPIO pins are my main interest as I am looking at possibilities using the BPI as a controller for a smart house / security system type setup. I advertise BPI to anyone who will listen as it is, send one my way and I wont give them the option to listen lol. I have also used the RPI to control and visually monitor one of my 3d printers and had great success. I would have many more possibilities with the upgrade, please contact me if one is available or if anyone has any questions. [email protected]
Hi I am a vetran, and retired disabled senior, who worked as an engineer and have been experimenting with Home Genie Automation on different platforms. The latest being the intel edison board. You can check it out on the Home Genie forum. The edison leaves alot to be desired and it looks as though the banana pi BPI-M3 would fit the bill. I would love to integrate using this new platform but being on a fixed income and the high cost of my medications prevents me from going further at this time. My ham radio buddies have helped in the past but they are always helping and I don’t want to be a burden. I will document everything so others can benifit from my work.
Thanks for your time.