In some applications hardware must be installed in the field or in geographically scattered locations. If your application entails retail, restaurants, supermarkets, malls, or fleets, this information is for you.
If the hardware device is working smoothly and running all applications as expected, users do not notice hardware. It is almost like a magic trick: you feel excited and satisfied with the result without noticing all the work that went into the trick itself. Consequently, how can you justify faster, better performance hardware in your application? In this blog post, we are going to discuss some common ways in which you can offer financial or productivity gains by sourcing the appropriate hardware.
Kiosks are a great way to automate operations. Many distributed architectures leverage kiosks to reduce costs, improve processes, or enhance customer experience. From informative kiosks to retail, thanks to Covid-19 and the pandemic, more companies have started to add these tools to their business strategies. To succeed at including kiosk in your business, you will face several challenges. In this blog post, we will review some of the most common issues you might encounter.
Are you an enthusiast of DYI home repairs or renovations? If you are planning to renovate the kitchen or bathroom or if you have a garage full of tools, this article might interest you. When you are doing home repairs at some point you need help from another human being. It is usually due to security reasons. Just think about the last time you went to the roof to change some tiles. Did someone hold the ladder as you went up or down? Well, that is exactly how designing and planning a new embedded system or single board computer should work.
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