Virtual Reality: Also for industry 4.0
For applications in the industrial environment, applications from the areas of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are increasingly being developed. In industry 4.0 numerous applications are possible: In addition to the training of employees, customers and business partners (e.g. flight simulators, operating rooms, but also hard-to-reach places such as power plants), VR is also interesting for design, development and presentation. In virtual reality, products, assemblies, systems and processes can be simulated and are interactively accessible. Currently, however, there is still a lack of decent hardware, since VR applications place high demands on the processor and graphics performance of a Mini-PC.
Integrated battery: More reliability
The vehicle PCs of the MOVE series from spo-comm can all be ordered with an optional battery pack. If, for instance, the power fails or the ignition in the car unexpectedly breaks down, the PC runs operated by battery and shuts down automatically, if it doesn’t get power again. Among other things, this is interesting in the measurement technology, as data can still be saved. In addition, a hard shutdown isn’t good for PCs, since the operating system can be damaged sooner or later.
Not just for border crossers: Two mobile networks
Our new models of the MOVE series each have two SIM card slots and therefore it is possible to rely on two mobile networks (3G or 4G). The advantages are obvious: On the one hand two simultaneous connections can be established, which increases the speed of data transfer. On the other hand, by using two different networks, a larger coverage can be achieved, in order not to suddenly get into a dead zone during transport. This is also interesting for vehicles traveling in the border area. Here it is possible to use the appropriate network for each country.