NEXCOM has released the latest embedded transport computer VTC-7251-7C4, which will allow monitoring the vehicle and ensuring traffic safety. The scope of the new VTC-7251-7C4 can be:
The novelty is ideally suited for use in public, freight, railway transport, in the vehicle of law enforcement services, ambulances and taxis.
The VTC-7251-7C4 embedded computer is based on the latest Intel Q370 chipset and comes with the 8th generation Intel Core i7-8700T processor (Coffee Lake), and also supports the 9th generation intel Core processors (Coffee Lake Refresh). The new VTC-7251-7C4 has excellent graphics capabilities of HD Graphics 630 (depending on the installed processor) and can decode several video streams at once, display a high-resolution image on two monitors and provide the operator, dispatcher and / or driver with all the necessary information on the route.
On the rear panel of the VTC-7251-7C4, there are four Ethernet ports supporting PoE devices. When connecting IP cameras, VTC is able to act as a server of a video surveillance system or recognize state license plates of vehicles. In addition to PoE ports on the device’s case, there are: 1x LAN, 6x USB 3.0, 3x COM ports, 1x CAN / DIO, 1x VGA, 1x HDMI, DC in 6-36 volts, DC out, Line in, 2x line out, 11x holes for the output of communication antennas, indicators of the wireless network.
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The VTC-7251-7C4 is equipped with a GPS sensor, discrete input-output ports and CAN 2.0B interface with optional OBDII support. In addition to tracking the location of the vehicle and its movement, the VTC-7251-7C4, connected to the vehicle's on-board system via the CAN bus, provides complete information about the vehicle: the status of electronic systems and sensors, load capacity, temperature, fuel quantity, etc.
All data can be stored both locally on VTC-7251-7C4 drives, and remotely and sent to a dispatch center. The embedded computer can be simultaneously connected to networks such as 3.5G, LTE, and Wi-Fi using additional modules, which will allow the dispatcher to remotely monitor the car, contact the driver if necessary, and even turn on the computer via SMS if it is turned off (using special software). In total, the computer has 4 mini PCI-e expansion slots (and 8 SIM card slots) that can be used to install 3G / 4G communication modules and provide backup of mobile Internet through the use of SIM cards from different operators. Computers of the VTC-7251-7C4 series have increased vibration protection and can provide backup of the data storage system by installing two 2.5-inch drives and setting up a RAID 1 array (mirror).