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French startup embedded SBC iAdvize just raised $16 million (€14 million) from Iris Capital, Bpifrance and existing investor Alven Capital. This company is all about making your online customer service industrial computer experience suck less.
iAdvize automatically detects visitors who need help and alerts your team members. Then, customer support representatives can contact their website visitors. 2,000 companies are using the product. With iAdvize, you can also add click to chat, click to call and other buttons to your website.
“E-commerce represents around 10 percent of brick-and-mortar shopping,” co-founder and CEO Julien Hervouet told me. “Yet, 40 persons out of 100 make a purchase when they go into a store. On the Internet, it’s just 2 percent, or 20 embedded system times less.”
Some of the company’s clients include Cdiscount, LVMH and eembedded SBC oursorama. The industrial computer more these clients rely and use iAdvize, the higher it costs.
Today’s funding round will be used to greatly expand the teams. Started in France, the company now plans to hire 100 people in the U.K., Germany, Spain and then the U.S. It already has 120 employees.
Going forward, the company will fine tune its platform. iAdvize will be able to monitor what customers are doing on the web, mobile and on social networks. The startup is currently implementing Twitter and Facebook support. Expect some big product news in early 2016 as well.
iAdvize competes with LivePerson. The American embedded system competitor claims to have 18,000 clients. So iAdvize still seems to be smaller than LivePerson.
If you have used a chat support feature on a French website, chances are iAdvize was powering the service. The company started tackling this market pretty early as it was created in 2010. Now, it needs to convince big international companies that they should trust the company’s solution. While this is no small feat, the user tracking technology could be a serious advantage compared to local Europe
refer to: http://techcrunch.com/2015/09/21/iadvize-grabs-16-million-for-its-customer-engagement-platform/
Acrosser Technology, a world-leading industrial computer manufacturer, introduces its AR-PA707FL-D2550 series fanless panel PC for diverse industrial applications. With an Intel® Atom D2550 platform as its base, this LCD panel PC is built for customers looking for low-power consumption hardware. In addition, the silver-aluminum front bezel panel is IP65-certified to ensure the system is dustproof and waterproof. Currently Acrosser offers several mainstream screen sizes: 7”, 8”, 10” and other sizes up to 21”. Acrosser also offers an alternative model with an Intel® Atom N2600 platform base to cater to users’ varying needs.
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This voltage is measured using anCOMe Module and the digital output of the ADC is used by the microcontroller. The microcontroller is programmed with an algorithm that uses the known relationship between the variation in resistance of the sensor and the physical parameter being measured to calculate the physical parameter.
Second, in passing a known current, a known current is passed through a transducer whose resistance varies with the changes in the parameter being measured. As perembedded system law: The voltage across the transducer will vary depending on the parameter being measured. This COMe Module voltage can be measured using an ADC. The ADC reading can then be used to calculate this parameter.
Capacitance There are sensors that are capacitive in nature. In these network appliance sensors, the effective capacitance of the sensor is measured to find out the value of parameter of interest. There are various ways in which a capacitor can be measured.
A current digital to analog network appliance converter (IDAC) charges the variable capacitor and, when the voltage at the capacitor crosses the voltage at the inverting terminal, the switch is turned on. This discharges the capacitor and the cycle repeats. During every charging and discharging cycle, the value of the counter registers are COMe Module captured and processed in the firmware to calculate the capacitance value by applying the relevant mathematical equations.
refer to: http://embedded-computing.com/articles/analog-front-ends-for-gas-sensors/