Yes i want to give pimatic with my systems. What those are i can explain to you in a private chat because of the risk i will loose the uniqueness of my idea. I am still in a very early stage of testing and development so i am very careful with my plans. I will explain on a other time because i must go in a moment. I do understand Pimatic is freeware and that is the reason i am very interested in implementing pimatic in my products. This will be a standard version with a comprehensive explanation document in how costumers can tweak and expand it. Like this i can give people that just want to use it, a good product and secondarily it will create a nice extra dimension for the tweakers that want to experiment. They only pay for the hardware consisting of the pi, sensors, a nice 3d printed box to fit it in and to place it into my product. It will be explicitly told to the costumer that the system is opensource and freeware so they can experiment with it. I even want to stimulate this. But at their one risk. Must i fix it afterwords they must pay for the service.
Like i said, its in a early stage.
Yes, my learning curve is like a space-rocket at the moment I just bought the pi 3 weeks ago and have totally no experience with Linux and programming. Still, i think i come far in 3 weeks. Just read and copy paste a lot. I agree i must still learn a lot before i can say i am a linux user but i am already fiddling in code and get sensors working That is for me an indication that the plan of making this system available for my customers is a good one. But it must work also.
The basic sensors, data and gui will be the same for all my products so this is a plus. When costumers want to experiment they can open the controller box easily and fiddle around with sensors and software. There will always be a instruction with a image file with the product that will explain how to get it back to the package that was installed when it was newly delivered.
I will contact you soon to explain a little bit more about my plans, ok?