There is a new Kickstarter Update on GRiSP2 status with a lot of technical details and shipping info here
The secure element bit is very friggin cool
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New Update on Kickstarter:
We used the extra time while waiting for the hardware people be ready to end test and install the boards for some extra testing and improvement of the process. Found a little compatibility issue with the certificates we put on the boards and fixed that, so that testing definitely wasn’t wasted.
We also made the installation process work in parallel on multiple boards at the same time because copying on the Image to the eMMC takes 3min with our current software. So they now can have our “Intermediate CA” GRiSP board connected to a switch and then connect multiple to be installed boards which copies the image and creates a certificate on each.
Today we shipped this setup to the hardware people and they will start cranking our boards next week. And we are more than ready to ship them as they come in.