Each station can be configured with a specific set of modules. The core system is an 'eos weather' card that manages the incoming data and configures it into a set of sentences. These are sent serially to a on-board computer that will read the sentences, validate the data and then store the data into a MySQL database.

That on-board computer is the dependable Raspberry Pi which has a full set of different connections and output ports. A mini-SD card acts as the internal storage device. You can also make use of the high-speed USB ports to attach other devices. This may include other storage devices and serial ports (direct GPS and NMEA for example) as well. There is no real limit on it's capabilities at this point. Different Pi's can be part of the configurations, as they can be set up to move data between themselves and act as relays for other outgoing displays and incoming data.

 Example of the EOS-1000 Marine Version: