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About this RoadTest


WaRP7WaRP7 speeds and eases development of Internet of things and wearable devices by addressing technology challenges and freeing developers to focus on creating differentiated features. The platform consists of a main board and a daughter card. The main board is based on the NXP i.MX 7Solo applications processor that features an advanced implementation of the ARM® Cortex®-A7 core, as well as the ARM® Cortex®-M4 core.


This unique heterogeneous multicore architecture enables low-power modes critical for most IoT end node and wearable designs, but also provides the power to drive a higher level operating system and a rich user interface. The daughter card is based on a flexible design with sensors to collect a range of data and the MikroBus™ expansion socket opens users to over 200 Click Boards™, allowing rapid prototyping across all potential wearable usage models. All components included in this system were selected based on low power, small form factor and cost.


WaRP7 has been architected and designed from the ground up to address the key challenges faced in the Internet of Things and wearables market, such as battery life, connectivity, user experience, and miniaturization. WaRP7 is an open source platform backed by the development community and design & manufacturing capabilities of element14.



  • Internet of Things
  • Smart Home
  • Smart Cities
  • Smart Industry
  • Wearable
  • Activity Tracker
  • Smart Health
  • Smart Watches



  • CPU: i.MX 7Solo applications processor (CortexTM-A7/CortexTM –M4)
  • Memory: 8GB eMMC 5.0 and 512MB LPDDR3
  • Connectivity: WiFi, Bluetooth, BLE, USB-OTG, NFC
  • Multimedia: MIPI Camera, MIPI Display, Audio
  • Sensors: Accelerometer-Magnetometer, Barometer, Gyroscope
  • Power: PMIC, Battery charger
  • BSP: Linux 4.1





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The RoadTesters

Thanks to everyone who applied. We selected the following winners:


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