In a joint press release between partners Canonical and Technologic Systems, the pairing of Ubuntu Core and TS-4900 was officially announced.
We couldn’t be more excited!
We feel that Ubuntu Core is going to make a big splash in the IoT world for its security, ease of management, and flexibility. Combine that with our rock-solid, industrial TS-4900 and you have yourself a reliable, production-ready IoT device.
We’re very honored to be featured in the Ubuntu booth at the Mobile World Congress in 2017. For more information, please take a look at the press release, Bringing Ubuntu Core to the i.MX6 Based TS-4900. If that isn’t enough to quench your thirst, take a look at our Ubuntu Core Powered Embedded Systems page.
You only have to go as far as your corner coffee shop to realize the new human-machine interface (HMI) preference is screens. From the touchscreen Point of Sale systems to the multitude of people interacting with their phones and mobile devices, screens are king. Industry is following suit and the choice for HMI is quickly migrating away from the keyboard and mouse and towards the screen. With the abundance of touch screens on the market and the decrease in costs there has been a marked increase in their market share and penetration. When picking a screen it’s important to determine which is better for your purposes: capacitive or resistive?
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The goal of this practical guide is to get you through the basic steps of getting your TS-TPC-7990 up and running so you can begin development. It’s mostly an extrapolation of the official TS-TPC-7900 Manual, but provides a more practical and casual approach in setting up connection, networking, and general development environment.
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Real-Time Company Announcements and Information Using Multiple Touch Panel PCs
This project aims to improve the communication of company events, key performance metrics, and collaboration through several strategically mounted touch panel computers (TPCs) throughout the building. It also serves as an inspirational digital signage application for potential customers using our TPCs. Skimming through the technical details, you’ll find the screens are powered by our very own TS-TPC-8950-4900, a 10” resistive TPC running Debian Linux, a fullscreen, kiosk-mode browser, and a custom node.js web app.
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