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There are a number of example firmware downloads available demonstrating how to control the functionality of the Mataki devices and how to use the finite state machine to setup complex applications. The applications Tracker and Base are the most advanced applications and were used in real deployments on Skomer Island in 2011. Those applications are included for reference purposes but were not designed as a learning material. Nevertheless, feel free to examine them.

Binaries – for installation on devices

Field Tested Applications

Source Code

Firmware/API Documentation

The documentation gives a detailed description of the functionality of the firmware, the options available and how to write your own applications. It is also an invaluable resource for understanding the examples above and the functionality of the current tracker and base-station applications.