In-Vehicle PCs are designed to withstand harsh operating conditions and function seamlessly with auto-electronics. This means various additional specifications such as wide operating temperature, shock & vibration resistance, etc. are necessary to prevent sudden malfunctions which can render the vehicle inoperable. As the smart vehicle trend includes many new capabilities including adaptive cruise control, multimedia systems, in-vehicle Wi-Fi etc.; the In-Vehicle PC will have to combine rugged design with high computing performance.

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The in-vehicle computer features rich I/O interfaces including 1 GigE LAN, 1 2.5GigE LAN, and 4 USB 3.2 for high-speed data transmission use or high-resolution camera use. The device is also equipped with the newest Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics and TSN technology provide graphics real-time operation.

It incorporates four M12 Gigabit PoE+ connectors and one front-accessible 2.5” HDD tray, supporting up to 15mm height HDD/SSD. Powered by Intel® Elkhart Lake Atom® x6425E quad-core CPU, the Nuvo-2610VTC series delivers 1.8x the CPU performance when compared with the previous generation and is equipped with four Gigabit PoE+ ports via M12 x-coded connectors and two USB 3.1 ports with the screw-lock mechanism.

It is designed with wide pressure & wide temperature and can be applied to the on-board information communication system of various electric vehicles, trucks, buses and stackers. It can be connected to the intelligent safety driving monitoring system through PoE to improve driving.

It is powered by 6th generation Intel® Core™ mobile processor (Skylake-U), it integrates Intel® HD graphic engine and accommodates one DDR4 socket up to 32 GB which allows DI-1000 Series to fulfill all kinds of high-end computing demands.

The TREK-60 is equipped with DeviceOn/iService software for remote device management. Aimed at fleet management and surveillance applications, TREK-60 is compliant with MIL-STD-810G and 5M3 specifications for shock/vibration resistance and supports a 7th generation Intel® Core™ i7/i5/Atom™ E3900 quad-core processor for flexible configuration according to specific usage requirements.

The TBOX-100 can be connected to various in-vehicle peripheral equipment. The TBOX-100 provides excellent performance that can support a wide range of operating voltage from 9 to 36V, even a higher inrush current.

BigObject Secures Space for Safety

BigObject specializes in providing live data solutions, combining temporal & spatial data and other open data. To protect privacy without facial recognition and traceable ID, BigObject designs dashboards & reports related to different complex event detection scenarios and image events and was successfully implemented in buildings and subway stations in Singapore.

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