NEXCOM introduces VTC6000, the new Intel Atom-based fanless in-vehicle computer

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The Pioneers in the field of Mobile Computing Solutions Nexcom have launched an intelligent yet rugged telematics PC, which has been specifically designed for tomorrows in-vehicle computing applications.

Based on Intels energy efficient Atom CPU, the VTC 6000 is fully compliant with most industry standards including the e13 Mark Certification making it suitable for a wide variety of applications within buses, trucks, police cars, taxi cabs and numerous other vehicles.

To facilitate mobile communication and navigation the VTC 6000 has integrated GSM, GPRS, WCDMA, HSDPA and GPS. The unit has a build-in power ignition on/off delay control that enables it to adapt to various power supply conditions within transportation environments. For increased flexibility the VTC 6000 has a 6 36V DC power input with an external smart battery backup for uninterrupted power support. Designed for usage in even the most extreme environments, the VTC 6000 is capable of operation at -30C to +60C and can withstand dramatic levels of shock and vibration up to 2G. An optional IP54 enclosure further enhances the systems ruggedness. 

For in-vehicle infotainment and digital signage applications the VTC 6000 boasts a multitude of display interface connections such as VGA, TV-out and LVDS. Other features include a PCI-104 expansion slot for CAN or COM expansion and optional Mini PCI express WLAN/3.5G modules.

 
Applications
 
Telematics control unit
Taxi Dispatching System
Measuring Computer for vehicle testing
In-vehicle signage
Automated vehicle location system
Advanced driver information system
Emergency message system

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