It’s not what you’ve got, its what you do with it! Windows Embedded in the Enterprise – Free Webinar

Embedded platforms are being increasingly used as part of enterprise solutions to help improve efficiency and drive down cost.  If these type of solutions are of interest to you sign up for the free webinar “Windows Embedded Opportunities in Enterprise Organizations,” will be held on June 28 at 8:00PM GMT.  For further details and registration…

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WEPOS 1.1 Update

Windows Embedded for Point of Service (WEPOS) was recently updated to add support for the UnifiedPOS (UPOS) 1.11 specification; which adds device classes for biometrics, electronic journal, bill acceptor, bill dispenser, coin acceptor, and image scanner peripherals; and incorporates support for UPOS 1.11’s changes to the ClearInput, SmartCard, and Printer base classes. UnifiedPOS is a software…


New Version of Point Of Service (POS) for .NET released. Support for WEPOS, Vista and XP.

For those who arn’t aware of POS for .NET, it’s a class library that is part of WEPOS (Windows Embedded for Point of Service). It provides .NET applications with a simple and consistent interface for communicating with POS (Point of Service) peripheral devices, such as bar code scanners, magnetic card readers, receipt printers, etc. In addition, POS…


Windows XP Embedded, WEPOS and POS for .NET Live Chat, Jan 30th.

The January chat is focused on the Point of Sale (POS) industry.  This is your opportunity to give feedback and questions about Windows XP Embedded, WEPOS and POS for .NET. You will meet the Developers, Test Engineers and Program Managers, as well as some of our MVPs.  I believe this month’s MVP is Sean Liming,…


Free GUI tool simplifies WEPOS POS for .NET Setup

I caught this on Mike’s blog earlier this week.  Sean Liming of SJJ Embedded Micro Solutions has released a free graphical utility that supports WEPOS installations greatly simplifies the configuration of peripherals in POS for .NET.   Service Object Manager (SOM) simplifies management of POS for .NET “Service Objects” on local or remote systems by…


New Book on WEPOS

SJJ Embedded Micro Solutions has just released a new book by Sean Liming that focuses on Windows Embedded for Point of Service (WEPOS). The book covers installation topics for OEMs installing WEPOS and provides application and service object examples for POS for .NET developers.   The 238-page book, titled Windows Embedded for Point of Service…

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MEDC Europe – EMB320 Windows Embedded for Point of Service (WEPOS). Slides and Materials

For those of you who attended my WEPOS session in Nice I hope you found it useful.  For those of you who weren’t, where were you? The session presentation and Visual Studio demo project areat tached along with my demo notes and the XML File for the Symbol scanner I used (Not 1.6MB, most of which is…


*** FREE *** Windows Embedded Technical Event in Reading. April 11th & 12th

Would you like to attend a Windows Embedded technical Event for Free?  If so, pop along to https://ssl.kundenserver.de/ssl.emea-distributor.com/roadshow/roadshow.htm and register.  The two day event will cover Windows CE 5.0, XP Embedded, Windows Embedded for Point of Service (WEPOS) and the Windows Embedded Server Products.  As if that wasn’t enough there will be CE, XPe and WEPOS…


What’s WEPOS?

Did you know that whenever you take a trip through the checkout lane your probably having a close encounter of the embedded kind – and those checkouts are undoubtedly running an OS.  Windows XP Embedded is a good choice for POS devices, delivering the robustness, security and manageability demanded by this environment.  However, given the…