Display Troubleshooting and Problem Solving for electronic displays and embedded systems: The most common questions and answers about our scientific services related to electronic displays, embedded systems, display problems and their solutions.
For whom and for what is Display Troubleshooting offered by Wammes & Partner GmbH?
TroubleShooting is aimed at B2B companies and organizations that have a display problem or a problem with displays or "display embedded systems" that they cannot solve on their own or want to solve due to a lack of time or resources. Of course we also help you to get a second opinion.
How does the display troubleshooter help you?
With the help of a scientific approach we use our and our partners' minds, hands, experience and know-how, processes and procedures, databases and IT, machines and laboratories, material stocks and networks to quickly understand and assign the problem described. Then we explain our findings to our customer and decide the next steps together.
What are the benefits of Display Troubleshooting with Wammes?
The problem at hand will be examined in detail in order to
- critically question the chosen approach of display development or processes,
- Locate weak points in the display,
- bring all stakeholders up to the same level,
- to find and point out alternative solutions,
- create display bug fixes,
- organize appropriate training courses and workshops,
- get a solution as quickly and cost-effectively as possible
for the problem to be solved.
What does Display Troubleshooting at Wammes cost?
Until we understand the problem, it costs our customers nothing. Then there is an individual offer. Our fee-based work begins when an order is placed.
What does Display Troubleshooting mean in detail?
Often there is no complete and/or current display specification - and if it is, however, usually incomprehensible, ambiguous or simply unsuitable in the relevant places. This also applies to touch and embedded systems. However, these data are elementary and must therefore be obtained and/or measured.
The display "fingerprint"
In order to qualify a display or embedded system as quickly, comprehensively, comparably and cost-effectively as possible, we have been using the so-called fingerprint for years.
This is a diagram representation that shows essential characteristics at a glance.
of a display or embedded system.
The application profile
If the relevant usage profile for the application concerned is known, we compare this with the available technical failure data of the display or embedded system - and compare this data with our historical findings from our databases. Then we will open the display/system and get into the detail work.
Most analyses are non-destructive!