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DAQ card path to market


Executive Summary

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Highlights and key figures

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The Project

Open-source data acquisition module. This is used to interface instruments with a computer. It can be used to control an instrument from the computer or to acquire data from an instrument and onto a computer.

Background

Typical instruments such as Mosquito do not have a built-in computer interface. Such instruments can typically be used on their own, but they would benefit from having a computer interface.

Presentation of the product and example applications

The DAQ card provides an interface between a computer and instruments. It allows to acquire and save on a computer 4 different analog signals and 4 digital signals. At the same time, the computer can send commands to the DAQ card to generate 2 different analog signals and 4 digital signals.

Immediate application

One immediate application would be for the Mosquito project. The DAQ card could be used to control the Mosquito instrument (controlling the movement of the stages) and simultaneously acquire the data and save the data on a PC.

The services provided by SENSORICA through its members

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Affiliates actively contributing to this project

Active affiliates

Member name Description of role(s)
Frederic Durville Design of DAQ card
 Alex Durville Software design and programming

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Close collaborators

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SWOT analysis

(strengths/weaknesses/opportunities/threats)

Timetable of activities and SMART objectives

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Advantages of the product

Affordable. Flexible design. Open-source.

Positioning

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Market Study

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Industry Analysis

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Key success factors

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Factors affecting demand

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Trends and market developments

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Market analysis

First market segment

Who are the clients?

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Buying behavior

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How many are they?

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What is the value of the potential market?

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Sales potential for this market

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Other potential clients

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Growth

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Conclusion - Impact on SENSORICA

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Outreach/marketing plan

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Operations

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Manufacturing

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