Brompton first introduced Raspberry Pi in 2013 on what was then a line of nine production stations. The computers — the original Raspberry Pi 1 Model B — were used to track which models were built at which station and when. The following year Brompton expanded capacity to 16 stations in order to meet rising demand, but this still wasn’t enough: they needed to up production further while continuing to track units at every station and introducing further monitoring to help meet increasingly demanding targets. “The only way to do that,” concluded Senior Software Engineer Kane Tracey, “was Raspberry Pi.”
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