Absolute noob here when it comes to computer engineering, but I have a use case that I would really like some help on.
I am working on an NGO project to help close the digital divide in developing countries. The pilot project was going to use a Raspberry Pi plus ESP32s to create a sort of mesh network that people in rural villages of Cambodia can use to access elearning education materials, telehealth, and WASH (water, sanitation, and hygiene) information. It was inspired by a white paper by William Sachiti called “Trees of Knowledge” (https://www.academyofrobotics.co.uk/tok.pdf).
That said - about 5 minutes ago I found a video from apalrd’s adventures on Youtube (https://www.youtube.com/@apalrdsadventures) and it was the first I learned of RISC-V computing and of Milk-V in particular.
Would anyone be open/available to dialogue with me about how we could use Milk V products instead of Raspberry Pi?
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org and I will check back on here.
Thank you all so much and hope you have a great weekend!