in the book "Makers at Work" Eric Stackpole talks about developing
"a way for people to control ROVs all around the world through the Internet".
Our project Yaler provides a simple way to enable Web and SSH access from everywhere, at a well known URL, even if the ROV (or rather, "the local network") is connected to the Web via 3G/4G mobile network.
E.g. the steps in https://yaler.net/beaglebone-ubuntu enable access to the BeagleBone ROV cockpit.
Check the live demo at http://tamberg-openrov.yaler.net/ (504 or empty page = offline).
What do you think, could this simplify existing use cases, or enable new ones?
Kind regards, tamberg