Whether you are a Scientist, Physician, Engineer or any other profession, you probably need automated solution
You Might Need it Without Even Noticing!
Whether you are a Scientist, Physician, Manager, Engineer or any other profession, you probably need automated solutions for your business. You might have thought of it before, but you might also only notice this need after you get explored to the easy and low-cost opportunities today’s technology offers.
Unlimited Opportunities as Easy as a Mouse-Click!
Getting easier and cheaper everyday, today’s computer technology offers almost unlimited power, whether in software, storage or communication abilities. Our job is to make use of this technology and integrate it with your application, no matter what it is, to produce a solution that is powerful and easy-to-use (usually through a graphical user interface or a touch-screen.
Understand the Process!
The inputs can represent time, vision, pressure, temperature, strain or any value of interest to your application. Through applying various sensors/ channels, it is possible to input the distribution of these values. These data are acquired through the Data Acquisition (DAQ) Hardware to be usable in the software that can analyze, detect, alarm or even control through output signals from the computer.
Choose the Expert!
National Instruments (NI) is the world pioneer in this field, which offered thousands of products, software and hardware, to the world market since 1979. EAST is the technology partner and Alliance Member of NI in Egypt since 2000 and one of the oldest in the region. Our staff is experts in finding and integrating the proper solution for you, even if you cannot even figure out that there is a problem. Just contact us to schedule a visit!
A smart card resembles a credit card in size and shape, but inside it is completely different. First of all, it has an inside — a normal credit card is a simple piece of plastic. The inside of a smart card usually contains an embedded microprocessor. The microprocessor is under a gold contact pad on one side of the card. Think of the microprocessor as replacing the usual magnetic stripe on a credit card or debit card.
The microprocessor on the smart card is there for security. The host computer and card reader actually “talk” to the microprocessor. The microprocessor enforces access to the data on the card. If the host computer read and wrote the smart card’s random access memory (RAM), it would be no different than a diskette.
Smarts cards may have up to 8 kilobytes of RAM, 346 kilobytes of ROM, 256 kilobytes of programmable ROM, and a 16-bit microprocessor. The smart card uses a serial interface and receives its power from external sources like a card reader. The processor uses a limited instruction set for applications such as cryptography.