Quokka FPGA IoT Controller launches Kickstarter Campaign
Now Seeking Community Support via Kickstarter, The Controller is Simply Bringing FPGA, Robotics and IoT Worlds together!
January 16, 2018 ( datsyn.com) – Quokka FPGA is a cloud-based high-level synthesis toolkit and the creators of this remarkable IoT solution have proudly announced that they are bringing a new revolution for everyone. The company is basically bringing the worlds of FPGA, Robotics and IoT together by creating easy to use boards and development toolkits. In this regard, the tech-company has recently launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter to raise funds and support for an all-new IoT Controller.
“Our Quokka Development Toolkit or QDT is a cloud-based SaaS, allowing to program FPGA with high-level programming language.” Said Evgeny Muryshkin, a seasoned software developer and the creator of this crowdfunding campaign, while introducing the toolkit. Moreover, the toolkit is packed with many amazing features and supporters can check the specifications and all of these features in detail on the Kickstarter page of this project or Quokka FPGA website.
According to Evgeny, supporters have many reasons to back Quokka in this fundraising campaign but the most important reason is that Quokka IoT is basically a hardware lab rat, which is ideal for quick prototyping of robotics, hardware systems and protocols.
The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at: www.kickstarter.com/projects/quokka-robotics/quokka-fpga-iot-controller and supporters can back this project by making generous pledges and donations. Each pledge offers a great reward with worldwide shipping and pledges can range from AU$ 150 to AU$ 1000. More details are available on the Kickstarter campaign page of the project.
Quokka Development Toolkit is a cloud-based SaaS, allowing to program FPGA with high-level programming language. The toolkit is in preview mode right now and the creators of this inspiring as well as bridging technology of IoT are seeking support on Kickstarter. Toolkit: www.quokka-fpga.net