Acrosser is a leading global industrial computer manufacturer, which released the AIV-QM97V1FL fan-less series In-vehicle computer. It is based on Intel’s fifth generation Broadwell CPU that has great power efficiency ratio (super low power consumption & high performance) performance and uses a fan-less ultra-thin body design with reduced heatsink volume to lower the overall weight of the product. In addition, this computer can be equipped with M.2 2280 SSD, forming two storage areas with the 2.5-inch SSD to ensure high-speed access and super large capacity. It can also be equipped with the Sierra 4G LTE & GPS module, Wi-Fi & BT modules. The SIM card also uses a removable design to satisfy different needs by customers. Another thing worth mentioning is that the smart In-vehicle power management of this product can even allow customers to adjust the BIOS according to their own needs for control.With the rise of Industry 4.0, In-vehicle computers have more diverse applications and excellent solutions for industries.Acrosser has professional wireless computing, GPS systems, power management, In-vehicle touch control systems and other related technologies that can be widely applied on public transportation, for example, screen solutions that can be used independently as kiosk, whether for touch control navigation or multimedia playback integrated systems, or for advertisement message services in buses and trams. The fan-less design makes industrial tablets great solutions. Passengers can enjoy the content on the screen without the interference of noise. You are welcomed to contact Acrosser’s sales team to acquire product and price related information.
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ACROSSER Technology, a world-leading in-vehicle computer supplier, announces the launch of its fanless in-vehicle computer, AIV-QM97V1FL. This rugged compact x86 embedded computer is dedicated to use in the in-vehicle computing industry. Equipped with a 5th generation Intel® Core™ i Broadwell U processors, the model provides sufficient computing power for simultaneous handling of a variety of vehicle applications.
● Rugged fanless design
● Support 5th generation Intel® Core™ i Broadwell U processors
● 2 x DDR3 SO-DIMMs, for up to 16GB
● Support CAN 2.0A/2.0B protocol and i-Button for driver ID
● HDMI & DVI-D output
● Wide variety of wireless communication options
● M.2 SSD & M.2 4G LTE support
Fanless In-Vehicle Computer: AIV-QM97V1FL
ACROSSER Technology, a world-leading in-vehicle computer supplier, its In-Vehicle PCs solution are designed for harsh environment and provide high performances. Let Acrosser and vehicle industry to create a brand new future together!
When the top corporations are designing and building self-driving car and flying vehicle, Acrosser In-Vehicle Computer solution, which is Onboard Computer, can make the embedded idea a reality. With expertise in mobile computing, wireless chips, GPS, battery technology, touch monitor and other related tech, Acrosser provides an outstanding car computer solution for autonomous vehicle applications.
With that said, the solutions is going to be moving with an industry that has a definite consumer bias, with product development and release embedded systems of six months or less. In an industry where the average life expectancy of an automotive production line is eight years, it is impossible to expect the networks in an industrial setting to keep up with modern IT standards. Therefore, we turn our attention to the technologies that have existed the longest, with the most open standards and the very best support. These are the protocols we wish to use and keep, and this article highlights and explains some of these technologies.
This article does not focus on the technical implementations of each piece of technology. Rather, it is assumed the reader will be using packaged solutions such as a function block for a PLC. These packages typically require only that the user specifies the relevant server to connect to, the data to be gathered and an activation bit. The particulars of each protocol and concept are, ideally, transparent to the user, and therefore it is not pressing that the user understands what is contained in each packet passed between the server and the client. As each protocol described in this article is openly documented and supported, a simple search on the Internet for the technical details will likely yield the relevant implementation details.
With the increasing availability and associated complexity of a wide variety of 32-bit microcontrollers and microprocessors, the possibilities for embedded product designs are exploding. Leveraging a myriad of embedded computer and integrating advanced graphical user interfaces and multimedia formats requires the availability of supporting software stacks from the underlying operating system. And, more than ever before, embedded software teams are turning to open source software and embedded Linux as the platform on which to base these systems in the “Internet of Things.” But while open source has proved itself incredibly technology enabling, it can also make the workflow excessively unwieldy. The good news is that solutions and best practices exist to help development teams improve their software development workflow when open source is an increasingly large part of the mix.
With the first car makers committing to the MOST150 network in selected vehicles from 2011. The new Intelligent Network Interface Controller (INIC) In-Vehicle computers architecture complies with Specification Rev. 3.0 and expands the audio/video capability for next generation automotive infotainment devices such as Head Units, Rear Seat Entertainment, Amplifiers, TV-Tuners and Video Displays. The MOST Cooperation – the organization through which the leading automotive multimedia network Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) is standardized – proudly announces that the newest Specification Rev. 3.0 is on its way to production. Various In-Vehicle computers have already started with first series projects implementing this latest MOST Technology. MOST150 enables the use of a higher bandwidth of 150 Mbps, an isochronous transport mechanism to support extensive video applications, and an embedded Ethernet channel for efficient transport of IP-based packet data. It succeeds in providing significant speed enhancements and breakthroughs while keeping costs down.
DDR3L memory modules resolve the embedded computer double refresh rate requirement by selecting the lowest total electrical current, incorporating thermal-relief copper pour methodology PCB design, reducing chip count, and utilizing 1.35 V DDR3 Dynamic Random-Access Memory (DRAM). Compared to current DDR3 designs, DDR3L memory can save up to +10 °C per module and remove the double refresh rate requirement. DDR3L VLP memory embedded computer module helps improve airflow and provides a low profile, allowing OEMs to offer higher-reliability products that reduce total cost of ownership. Specific DDR3L VLP modules also offer single refresh rates, which are now essential to maximize performance in high-temperature systems.
Technologies enable true IVI experiences
Although major automotive manufacturers have already begun introducing various IVI technologies, enabling true in-vehicle wireless entertainment requires standards-based technologies built on a single System-on-Chip. The next wave of IVI applications will rely heavily on three wireless technologies – Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and Near Field Communication– built on one combination radio chip. And as the market continues to evolve, OEMs will need in-vehicle to leverage traditional Wi-Fi rolling hot spots to offer vehicle-to-vehicle communications such as traffic management, incident avoidance, and social networking.