Nadia runs us through what’s in the SF000 box. Mohit then delves deeper into new accessories enabling connectivity via a innovative break out board and USB dongle The breakout board allows users to connect the SF000 to various interfaces, such as Pixhawk, Arduino and Raspberry Pi to name a few. It is a adapter board that enables the user to connect the SF000 to these platforms with minimal difficulty, and modification as it allows you to use the cable that comes with the SF000 to connect with the breakout board. The board has 5 independent adapter boards: Serial / I2C interface connector, It allows the user to have header pins to easily connect the SF000 to various platforms Pixhawk Serial connection. This breakout board allows the user to connect the SF000 to connect to the Telem port on the Pixhawk for Serial communication. Pixhawk I2C connection. This breakout board allows the user to connect the SF000 to connect to the I2C port on the Pixhawk for Serial communication. It also has an additional port to allow the device to be integrated to other sensors/ devices connected to the I2C Bus. This adapter board allows the user to connect a servo motor that can be controlled via the SF000’s PWM output, it also includes the I2C/Serial communication. The Final adapter board is to allow users who have already integrated our products such as the SF11 or SF30/D to their various platforms not to change any cabling as this will allows the user to connect the device using the SF11 or SF30/D connector. The presentation culminates with a demonstration of how the SF000 sensor integrates seamlessly with the LightWare studio display, enabling visualisation, configuration and firmware upgrades.