There are some interesting case studies on the Windows/Embedded web site - Devices include medical, industrial control, robotics, crane safety devices, and other cool devices.
- Chaveriat Robotique: Robot Manufacturer Wins Market Share Thanks to New Programming Interface
- Radio Shack: RadioShack Saves Millions of Dollars by Choosing Windows over Linux
- CoroWare: Systems Integrator Builds Affordable, Flexible Mobile Robot
- Greer Company: Ensures Safe, Productive Operation of 90-Ton Construction Cranes
- Zoe Medical: Embedded System Helps Bring Real-Time, Intelligent Healthcare to the Home
What do these devices tell you about the family of Windows Embedded operating systems (Windows CE, Windows XP Embedded, Windows Embedded for Point of Service) ? - There is a message behind the case studies that talks about reliability, real-time performance, time to market, cost savings, interop with other systems, and more.
What are your reasons for not evaluating/using Windows CE, Windows XP Embedded or Windows Embedded for Point of Service in your devices ?