In-vehicle computer

  • 06-Dec-2013 02:00 EST

The in-vehicle computer VTC 1010-IVI from NEXCOM helps automakers develop the latest technology in the in-vehicle infotainment segment. With its rich feature set and built-in robust nature, the VTC 1010-IVI supports the Tizen In-Vehicle Infotainment (Tizen IVI) software platform, allowing automakers to immediately turn a vehicle into an information desk, a media service center, a Wi-Fi hotspot, and even a mobile diagnostic center. The VTC 1010-IVI is equipped with four mini-PCIe expansions to support 3G/4G networks, Wi-Fi tethering, and Bluetooth pairing with mobile devices. Additionally, the VTC 1010-IVI is built with Intel Atom processor E3827 with integrated Intel HD graphics, built-in GPS and nine-axis sensors, and supports for OBD II and CAN bus protocols to provide a suitable balance of performance and power consumption. Main features include dual SIM card + dual WWAN module support; built-in GPS; optional dead reckoning support; and built-in gyroscope, accelerometer, and eCompass.

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