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30 December 2014

Power and versatility from Nexcom on-board PC


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If you’re looking for serious muscle in your on-board computer, there’s arguably no substitute for a fully-fledged PC-style device featuring an Intel Core processor.

That’s certainly the line take by Nexcom, whose latest on-board device, the VTC 7200 series, bristles with features for monitoring both what is happening in the vehicle itself, and also what’s going on outside in the environment.

For instance, it is said to be able to decode multiple video streams to help a driver monitor vehicle’s surroundings and interior from multiple angles, and can even read a licence plate to help the police identify some other vehicle of interest.

It has GPS receiver, a G-sensor, digital inputs and outputs, and CAN 2.0B connectivity with optional OBD II support. It can connect to up to four networks with a combination of 3.5G, LTE and Wi-Fi for high-speed transmission of large volumes of data. And it is said to be compliant with the MIL-STD-810G standard for robustness.

It is available with various versions of the Core processor, all based on the fastest i7 version.

 

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