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About hbouzas

Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Studied Physics at the University of Buenos Aires. Joined Schlumberger in February 1985 in Houston, Texas, and worked in several technical and managerial positions until 2000. From 2000 until 2008 held several management positions in Abingdon, UK; Calgary, Alberta and London, UK. Worked in the areas of Geophysical Exploration, Geological Modeling, Structural Modeling, Reservoir Modeling and Petroleum Economics and holds several patents. He is currently the Norway Technology Center Manager for Schlumberger Information Solutions and is based in Oslo and Stavanger. Main interest are software, technology, innovation, 3D visualization, design, human computer interaction, energy, environment.

Enabling GPS and magnetometer support on Cleanflight v2.2.0 NAZE32

I have an Eachine Blade 185 and after upgrading to Cleanflight 2.2.0 and having to upgrade to NAZE 2.3.2 I found out that magnetometer and GPS support were gone. Understandable as the Blade does not have a lot of memory … Continue reading

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Ham radio satellite and moon azimuth and altitude web service

I’m working on a project to implement a self contained ham radio rotator. It basically will take a command from a mobile device and position itself to point to the satellite selected and follow it while its visible. This also … Continue reading

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A Remote Controlled WiFi HF/VHF Antenna Switch I started playing with electronics back when I was 10 years old in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where I grew up. I got my first ham radio operator license when I was 16 years … Continue reading

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PCB solder paste dispensing and pick and place component population workflow for prototyping.,

Combining Voltera V-One and Neoden TM220A

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Here is an example of integration of one of our 4 input analog and 4 input digital module with and The live data can be seen at

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16 analog inputs and 2 digital inputs WiFi module based on ESP8266

I just finished testing the first prototype of the 16 analog input and 2 digital input WIFI module. The data is encoded in JSON: {“macAddress”:”5c:cf:7f:87:58:0c”,”channelvalues”:[{“value”:123,”channel”:0},{“value”:234,”channel”:1},{“value”:486,”channel”:2},{“value”:328,”channel”:3},{“value”:214,”channel”:4},{“value”:845,”channel”:5},{“value”:967,”channel”:6},{“value”:253,”channel”:7},{“value”:665,”slotid”:8},{“value”:147″channel”:9},{“value”:166″channel”:10},{“value”:234,”channel”:11},{“value”:604,”channel”:12},{“value”:654,”channel”:13},{“value”:342,”channel”:14},{“value”:732,”channel”:15}],”channels”:16,”IP”:”″} HTTP/1.1 The module sends the data regularly at ‘heartbeat’ intervals and it is configurable (SSID, … Continue reading

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ESP8266 ESP12E based 4 analog 4 digital input board

Here is an example of a module that takes 4 analog inputs and 4 digital inputs, encodes the data in JSON and streams it to a server via TCP  with REST compatibility. In this specific example the module is taking … Continue reading

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