When you think about electronic hardware and the Maker movement, you probably think first of Arduino. The Italian company founded in Ivrea is certainly is the symbol of the open hardware movement and is at the base of many important projects by Makers. But over time, other companies have also developed open hardware boards. Rome-based openPicus is one example. Their Flyport board and its various accessories is another Italian open hardware story and we’ve met up with one of the company’s founders Claudio Carnevali, to find out more.