Elo touch screen driver.The enterprise chip competition is big. Motorola promotes the new machine of the enterprise. Google was not included when it acquired Motorola Mobility, which focuses on enterprise users and has been making devices for corporate users for many years.
The TC70 Touch Computer, despite its complicated name, is essentially a rugged Android smartphone with a 4.7-inch screen that supports gloves and, according to Motorola, has a brighter screen than the average phone. it also makes it very visible outdoors.
In addition, the machine also supports walkie-talkie function and supports on-site communication. It also supports more than 50 registered applications, including price and inventory checking applications, employee management and inventory management applications.
In short, this is a very suitable for factory employees to use the mobile phone, the price of the phone and other information is still unknown.
In their search for low-cost production, some European carmakers have focused on North Africa. In this vast region, some politically stable countries are sitting next to some countries that continue to be in turmoil.
Renault has long been a leader in car production in North Africa. In Morocco, it has an annual production capacity of 400000 cars and is known as “Morocco’s largest carmaker”. In recent years, Peugeot-Citroen (PSA) and Volkswagen have also begun to produce there.
Last year, Daimler signed a memorandum of understanding to restart production of Mercedes-Benz cars in Egypt after a four-year shutdown.
On the sales side, analysts expect the region to significantly outperform the global market in the coming years, although sales in major North African countries such as Algeria, Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia are still low.
PSA, in particular, focuses on an important part of car production in North Africa. In Tunisia, a small factory of the company assembles pickups for the African market. In Algeria, it also plans to build a plant with a capacity of 50,000 vehicles. The French carmaker is expanding most rapidly in Morocco, focusing on its new $617 million plant in Kenitra.