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Mini-PCs in vehicles

Whether in autonomously driving cars, in vehicles of the public transport or in police and custom cars: Mini-PCs have long arrived here. They evaluate images and measurement results of cameras and sensors in self-driving cars, they can be used as a player for advertisement or news on busses and trains, or they can equip mobile operations centers. To meet the requirements of these special areas, the spo-comm vehicle PCs have some interesting features. They are passively cooled, have a wide range power input from 9-36 Volt that withstand the voltage peaks when a vehicle starts, and they allow an extended temperature range that braces the Mini-PCs for minus degrees and extreme heat. The vehicle PCs can also be expanded with GPS-, 3G- and 4G-modules and also with a battery pack.
Whether in autonomously driving cars, in vehicles of the public transport or in police and custom cars: Mini-PCs have long arrived here. They evaluate images and measurement results of cameras and... read more »
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Mini-PCs in vehicles
Whether in autonomously driving cars, in vehicles of the public transport or in police and custom cars: Mini-PCs have long arrived here. They evaluate images and measurement results of cameras and sensors in self-driving cars, they can be used as a player for advertisement or news on busses and trains, or they can equip mobile operations centers. To meet the requirements of these special areas, the spo-comm vehicle PCs have some interesting features. They are passively cooled, have a wide range power input from 9-36 Volt that withstand the voltage peaks when a vehicle starts, and they allow an extended temperature range that braces the Mini-PCs for minus degrees and extreme heat. The vehicle PCs can also be expanded with GPS-, 3G- and 4G-modules and also with a battery pack.

Mini-PCs in vehicles