Last time, I routed the power supply. Since then, I placed and routed all the components and added the ground planes. We’re now waiting for the teachers to review the boards. Below is a screenshot of Xpedition PCB showing what I’ve got so far (ground planes are not displayed, but they’re there):
The green traces are VCC (3.3V). It’s not obvious from the colouring, but some parts of these VCC traces are on the back of the PCB. U3 (the tiny chip above D2) is a LDO regulator (LT1762) that drops the 14.8V VBAT voltage from the LiPo battery (J2) to 5V for the U5 3.3V-to-5V level shifter used for the SPIs (the connectors on the left). U1 is a LT1765 switching power supply for the 3.3V rail. U2 is the STM32H7 MCU. Finally, there’s an SD card (J1) and an ESP32-DevkitC for network connectivity (U4).