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Limited computing power, special interfaces and high demands on reliability make the programming of embedded systems demanding. Essentially, developers have the choice between various Linux-based systems excluding of course other more seldom-used base systems. However, off-the-peg systems only prove to be suitable in rare cases or increase production costs considerably. read more
As of May 25, 2017, the new EU MDR / 2017 and In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices Regulations IVDR / 2017 are valid and manufacturers of products subject to these regulations and related standards such as EN 60601-1 or EN 61010-1 , are currently in a transitional phase. more here
Usablility and user experience are not fads, but important features that contribute to the success of a device. If the user does not accept the device, it will not be successful and will not prevail on the market. One component that plays a crucial role in usability is the Human Machine Interface as an interface between man and machine. more here
Finger operation via touchscreens is the norm today - whether at the vending machine in the parking garage or when operating complex machines. In order for the touch-sensitive screens to work reliably under all conditions, the touch controllers must be individually programmed. more here
A fully equipped kitchen with recipes for it offers the GNU / Linux based framework Yocto. more here
For its new MiniReactor, INFORS HT was looking for a matching control unit with an appealing surface, which fits visually into the device and can be operated intuitively. more here
Whether a particular service or product should be better produced by external vendors or in-house depends on a variety of factors. more here