This question deals with Raspberry Pi but it is not limited to it.
I have build some prototypes using Raspberry Pi. They work well. What should I do if I want to transform my prototypes into production?
(this also applies to other boards as well, like the Jetson nano etc)
EDIT: Answer to commentators
1)Thanks tlfong01 for your comment. Unfortunatelly I am a software engineer with little training in hardware design but I think your comment is very much related to what I am asking. The site you cite is a service for PCB production, is it? Is there some tutorial or place I could learn how to proceeed? Say I want to use the services of Oshpark what do they require to build a PCB based on my prototypes? I will appreciate more input from you on this matter or your experience. Thanks!
2)Thanks Steve Robillard for the comment. What types of a prototype? It is inconsecuential. Does this involve hardware, software or both? Both. Do you have a support service in place? How will people find out about your product? In what countries will you be selling this? do you have a lawyer? How will you accept and make payments? Those are marketing issues that I am not concerned about yet. What I am asking is how to proceed from a prototype using RPi to a Printed Circuit Board that implements this behavior ready for production. Thanks