I looked into the Arduino at Heart program. For now the Arduino Open-Source Community is the best fit.
I was not aware of it, will take a look. Thanks.
Here are the programs:Arduino AtHeart
- The Arduino AtHeart program is designed for makers and companies wishing to make their products easily recognisable as based on the Arduino technology. The program is available for any product that includes a processor that is currently supported by the Arduino Development environment (see list below).Arduino Certified
- The Arduino Certified program is designed for companies using processors not currently supported by Arduino who want to certify a basic level of compatibility with the Arduino platform..Arduino Community Logo
- We want to foster the spirit of our mission giving communities and individuals the opportunity to continue organizing locally or globally, online or offline around Arduino, being recognizable as part of this amazing spontaneous community.
You can use the Arduino Community Logo to identify your local group, as it is or adding the name of your group.
"For more information about the "Arduino Certified" program please write to: certified [at] arduino.cc"
I requested certified [at] arduino.cc to review the Pax Instruments website
. They asked me to add the trademark symbol and said it was good to go as you see on the page right now.