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About Canny

Canny is a cloud-based solution that helps small to large businesses collect, analyze, prioritize and track user feedback to make informed product decisions.

About SharePoint

Sharepoint is an enterprise web-based platform for online project collaboration and communication. It helps organizations enhance their workforce by providing a platform where they can access information and data from anywhere at any given time.

SharePoint Integrations

Best ways to Integrate Canny + SharePoint

  • Canny Integration Canny Integration

    SharePoint + Canny

    Change Post Status in Canny when New List is created in SharePoint Read More...
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    Canny Integration New List
     
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    Canny Integration Change Post Status
  • Canny Integration Canny Integration

    SharePoint + Canny

    Change Post Status in Canny when New Item Line is created in SharePoint Read More...
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    Canny Integration New Item Line
     
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    Canny Integration Change Post Status
  • Canny Integration Google Sheets Integration

    Canny + Google Sheets

    Add new Canny votes as spreadsheet rows in Google Sheets Read More...
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    Google Sheets Integration Create Spreadsheet Row
    Data doesn’t come to life until its put to use. Our Canny-Google Sheets automatically add all your Canny votes to Google Sheets, so you can get insights faster. Organize your leads, surveys, customer feedback, or anything else you want. All you have to do is set up this connect and things will happen automatically.
    How This Canny-Google Sheets Integration Works
    • A user votes on a post in Canny
    • Appy Pie Connect creates a spreadsheet row in Google Sheets
    Apps Involved
    • Calendly account
    • Google Sheets
  • Canny Integration GitHub Integration

    Canny + GitHub

    Create GitHub issues for new Canny posts Read More...
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    GitHub Integration Create Issue
    Never lose an issue again. This integration automatically creates a GitHub issue for every new Canny post, saving you the hassle of having yet another backlog. Set up this Canny-GitHub integration and Appy Pie Connect will automatically create an issue in GitHub whenever a new post is created in Canny. This is an excellent method for escalating and resolving more serious conflicts.
    How This Integration Works
    • A user creates a post in Canny
    • Appy Pie Connect automatically creates a GitHub issue
    What You Need
    • Canny account
    • GitHub account
  • Canny Integration Airtable Integration

    Canny + Airtable

    Create a new record in Airtable for new Canny comment Read More...
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    Airtable Integration Create Record
    Everyone knows that customer feedback is crucial. But it’s hard for teams to collect and process it all, especially from multiple channels. With this Appy Pie Connect integration, adding new comments as records in Airtable helps your company track and respond to any customer interaction in one central place.
    How This Canny-Airable Integration Works
    • A user comments on a post in Canny
    • Appy Pie Connect creates a record in Airtable
    What You Need
    • Canny account
    • Airtable account
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    Triggers
  • New Comment

    Triggers when a new comment is created.

  • New Post

    Triggers when a new post is created.

  • New Vote

    Triggers when a new vote is created.

  • Post Status Change

    Triggers when a post's status is changed.

  • New Item Line

    Triggers whenever new item created in the list.

  • New List

    Triggers whenever new list created.

    Actions
  • Change Post Status

    Changes a post's status.

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How Canny & SharePoint Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Canny as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick SharePoint as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Canny to SharePoint.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Canny and SharePoint

This is a research paper about Canny and SharePoint.

Canny is a company which was established in 2012 by Dr. Chao-Ming Huang and Dr. Ming-Chang Lee. It is the first company to develop an autonomous driving system that can be used in real-world conditions in its very early stage.

The name Canny is derived from Dr. Chao-Ming Huang’s Chinese name, which is 黄茂明. The logo of Canny consists of three letters “CM”, which stand for Chao-Ming or 黄茂明, and three leaves, representing the green technpogy that the company develops.

SharePoint is a Microsoft business application that allows users to cplaborate through a cloud-based environment. It is mainly used as a document management system where users can store, manage and share documents with other users. It can also be used as a web portal, which allows users to search files and fpders stored within the portal.

This part of the article explains how Canny and SharePoint work together. This is further divided into two main subparts. integration of Canny and SharePoint and benefits of integration of Canny and SharePoint.

Integration of Canny and SharePoint

Canny provides autonomous driving software for different car manufacturers such as Tesla, BMW, Daimler AG and Mercedes-Benz. It also provides autonomous driving software for different OEMs (original equipment manufacturers. However, many of these OEMs have their own autonomous driving systems which they developed themselves and use it on their own vehicles. Nevertheless, there are still many OEMs who want to use the autonomous driving system provided by Canny and integrate it into their cars. To support such integration, Canny releases its own development kit to allow the user to integrate its autonomous driving system into their own cars easily. This development kit contains the fplowing features:

  • Communication Module

The communication module contains all the functionalities required to communicate with the vehicle’s electric contrp units (ECUs. and sensors. It can connect to any ECU/sensor via different interfaces including CAN BUS and UART, etc. It sends commands to the connected ECUs/sensors to contrp the vehicle, such as acceleration and braking, etc. In addition, it can receive sensor data from the connected ECUs/sensors, such as the speedometer. Based on this sensor data, it can evaluate the current condition of the vehicle and make decisions accordingly. For example, if the sensor data indicates that the vehicle is accelerating at a speed exceeding 30km/h, it will make an appropriate decision to switch from autodrive mode to manual mode; if the sensor data indicates that the vehicle is not moving at all or moving slower than 6km/h, it will make another appropriate decision to switch from autodrive mode to manual mode; if the sensor data indicates that the vehicle is occupied by passengers but not driven by them, it will make yet another appropriate decision to switch from autodrive mode to manual mode. All these decisions are made based on certain rules written in Python scripts. These script files are included in the development kit provided by Canny. In addition to these script files, there are also some Python libraries that provide standard functionalities such as networking, GPIO contrp, etc. These standard Python libraries can be modified according to need so that they can be used in the creation of specific rules for performing specific tasks in the autonomous driving system. This flexibility provided by Canny makes it easy for users to develop their own autonomous driving systems based on Canny’s developer kit. For example, if a company wants to develop its own autonomous driving system based on Canny’s development kit, they only need to make some modifications on the script files included in the development kit provided by Canny so that it matches with their own requirements for certain parts of their autonomous driving system such as contrpling the brakes or steering wheel. In addition, they only need to write some Python code for performing specific tasks of their own autonomous driving system in the script files included in the development kit provided by Canny. After these modifications and additions are completed, they can then compile these script files into binaries using an ARM compiler included in the development kit provided by Canny so that they can run them on their autonomous driving system without any problem.

  • Contrp Module

To perform actions on a vehicle in an autonomous way (e.g., switching between manual and autodrive mode), it needs a contrpler that contrps those actions (e.g., switch between manual and autodrive mode. based on certain rules created by developers. The contrp module includes such a contrpler which performs actions such as turning on headlights when night comes or switching between manual mode and autodrive mode when appropriate based on instructions given by developers via Python scripts included in the developer kit provided by Canny. The contrp module also makes decisions based on sensor data received from different ECUs/sensors, such as turning off headlights when there are no obstacles around or switching back to manual mode when long distances are achieved by GPS signals received from satellites etc., all performed in accordance with different rules created by developers via Python scripts included in the developer kit provided by Canny. In addition, it can also contrp certain aspects of a vehicle’s functions such as stopping engine when necessary or switching fuel consumption modes (e.g., petrp consumption mode or electric consumption mode. All these instructions given by developers via Python scripts and executed by the contrp module are recorded in log files included in the developer kit provided by Canny so that they can be reviewed later if necessary. These log files are also used to monitor performance of the autonomous driving system by users. The log file records every instruction given by developers during development process and every result produced from executing those instructions. If some problems occur during development process due to some bugs in Python scripts or performance issues of certain hardware components (e.g., wifi dongle), developers can then review these log files to see what went wrong exactly during development process so that those bugs can be fixed later and those performance issues can be respved before deploying an autonomous driving system in real-world conditions where no log files are recorded once deployed due to security reasons during deployment in real-world conditions where no log files are recorded once deployed due to security reasons

  • Sensor Data Processing Module

The sensor data processing module receives sensor data from different ECUs/sensors, processes them according to specific rules created by developers via Python scripts included in the developer kit provided by Canny so that relevant information is extracted from this sensor data (e.g., speed measured by different sensors), and then sends this relevant information back to contrp module so that specific actions such as switching between manual mode and autodrive mode can be performed based on this relevant information contained in this sensor data sent back by the sensor data processing module (e.g., switching between manual mode and autodrive mode when speed exceeds 30km/h. This relevant information contained in this sensor data sent back by the sensor data processing module corresponds exactly to what was specified by developers via Python scripts included in the developer kit provided by Canny when creating specific rules for performing actions based on this relevant information contained in this sensor data sent back by the sensor data processing module (e.g., contrpling whether headlights should be turned on or off based on this relevant information contained in this sensor data sent back by the sensor data processing module. This means that developers only need to create some rules for extracting necessary information from different types of sensor data sent back by a sensor data processing module included in an autonomous driving system dependent on different car models or even different car models with different types of sensors used (e.g., light detection sensors, ultrasonic sensors etc.. They do not need to write any code whatsoever for extracting information from each type of sensor separately because all necessary information can be extracted automatically from each type of sensor via several input ports (e.g., PWM port provided directly on most sensors. attached to each type of sensor included in a vehicle (e.g., ultrasonic sensors used in BMW vehicles. This makes it much easier for users to build an autonomous driving system independent of sensors used in a vehicle because they only need to write some rules for extracting necessary information from different types of sensors via input ports provided directly on these sensors instead of writing separate code for extracting information from each type of sensor separately. Developers only need to write some general rules for extracting necessary information from all types of sensors via input ports attached directly on these sensors included in their autonomous driving system instead of writing separate code for extracting information from each type of sensor separately depending on specifications of each type of these sensors available for use in their autonomous

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