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June 01, 2016

NEXCOM In-vehicle Computer Embarks on A Pollution-Free Journey

NEXCOM In-vehicle Computer Embarks on A Pollution-Free JourneyAs urban population grows at an exponential rate, traffic congestions are becoming more hideous and air and noise pollution more severe. Keeping in mind of environmental sustainability and quality of life, a city in Western Europe has launched a car sharing service, providing rental of electric cars equipped with NEXCOM 7-inch in-vehicle computer IVT-1100 in an effort to reduce private vehicles and CO2 emissions.

 

NEXCOM 7-inch in-vehicle computer IVT-1100 offers onboard services and support whenever they are needed. When drivers get into vehicles, the IVT-1100 provides personalized experiences by greeting drivers by name and changing radio stations based on individual preference. During the journey, GPS navigation maps and vehicle information, such as battery life, remaining range, and engine speed, are displayed to help drivers move safely and efficiently.

NEXCOM In-vehicle Computer Embarks on A Pollution-Free Journey

In the case of a vehicle breakdown, flat tire, or any other emergency, a support desk is available 24/7. With a simple press of the emergency button, the 3G-enabled IVT-1100 will connect drivers to the support desk. Finding a parking place is no longer a headache as drivers can book a parking space using the IVT-1100 and easily return vehicles.

 

Application Diagram

In-Vehicle Computer - IVT-1100 Application Diagram

 

In-Vehicle Computer - IVT-1100Key Features For Application Needs

  • 6.95" resistive touchscreen for intuitive operations
  • Power-efficient Intel® Atom™ processor E3815
  • Double DIN and fanless design to simplify system installation
  • Connectors for automotive applications to ensure reliable signal transmission
  • Built-in CAN bus 2.0B to acquire vehicle telematics data
  • Rich software utilities to accelerate the application development
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