Our second prototype deployed outside at the RSMAS campus. We made some very important modifications to the case,
namely that it is now in two parts. The sensor array is positioned inside the top case and secured with screws. We comepletely
removed the plastic female screw heads due to their unreliability. The bottom of the device has several open holes for screws.
These screws support the spacers which in turn support the entire device.
The plastic on the top is from the raft used by our 3D printer. It is relatively easy to remove and will be
completely removed in later models.
In this image you can clearly see another new feature, the SD card slot. Users will be able to remove the card and edit
a file to add, remove, or modify different networks they wish to connect to. The device supports simple plain english commands and
ignores bad ones. All network information is encrypted to avoid being stolen.