FreeStation would like to thank the open source Linux, Arduino, Raspberry Pi Pico, ESP32, Particle and hardware communities for inspiration and support provided. See our FreeStation FAQ to submit or review answers to commonly asked questions.
Please consider collaborating by:
Contributing your expertise towards new designs, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Building FreeStations and FreeSensors for your own use, see here
Building and hosting a FreeStation at your school under our EduStation programme
Mark Mulligan, King's College London (Hardware and software development)
Sophia Burke, AmbioTEK (Applications)
Arnout van Soesbergen, King's College London (Applications)
Andy Brittain (EduStation advisor)
FreeStation terms and conditions:
FreeStation is a research collaboration not a commercial provision of hardware. We provide the means for you to build and use stations using our designs and platform.
FreeStation and FreeSensor designs are made available freely for non-commercial or commercial use with the following conditions. Any organisation using, modifying and/ or selling on our open source designs, whether for profit or not, must abide by these conditions.
Users/makers must retain the FreeStation/FreeSensor name on the equipment and run the FreeStation/FreeSensor firmware provided. If you change the firmware then we cannot provide support or calibration.
Any third party modifications to our open source designs must also be open sourced and should maintain a high quality and robust station.
FreeStation is not responsible for any loss or injury associated with your use of our designs