Hello Udoo Team, I know you are busy. Keep this in your list please. ROS If you make a ROS packages for NEO I believe you will open an entire new source of revenue. Robotics folks are looking for platforms like NEO that can run Linux and still can do the hard real time control for robotics sensors. Here is an example of what I mean ROS BeagleBone " BeagleBone ROS Packages Some ROS Packages designed for the BeagleBone: bb_sharp_ir: BeagleBone Sharp IR sensors ROS Package. bb_dc_motors: ROS package that launches a node to control a DC motor connected to the BeagleBone. bb_mpu9150: BeagleBone ROS package that publishes the Invensense MPU-9150 data into a Topic. bb_altimeter: ROS package for the BeagleBone that publishes the altimeter MPL3115A2 values to a Topic. You would provide ROS packages for the sensors already inside NEO Then other generic to enable data / acquisition and control so needed in robotics. " Some info about ROS " About ROS The Robot Operating System (ROS) is a flexible framework for writing robot software. It is a collection of tools, libraries, and conventions that aim to simplify the task of creating complex and robust robot behavior across a wide variety of robotic platforms. Why? Because creating truly robust, general-purpose robot software is hard. From the robot's perspective, problems that seem trivial to humans often vary wildly between instances of tasks and environments. Dealing with these variations is so hard that no single individual, laboratory, or institution can hope to do it on their own. As a result, ROS was built from the ground up to encourage collaborative robotics software development. For example, one laboratory might have experts in mapping indoor environments, and could contribute a world-class system for producing maps. Another group might have experts at using maps to navigate, and yet another group might have discovered a computer vision approach that works well for recognizing small objects in clutter. ROS was designed specifically for groups like these to collaborate and build upon each other's work, as is described throughout this site. "