NEXCOM presented its latest innovations for public transportation and special purpose vehicle solutions at Intertraffic. The live demonstration for passenger infotainment and video surveillance was met with great response from professionals and visitors, answering the industry’s demands for vehicle computing.
At the event, in-vehicle computer VTC 7200 and VTC 1010 took the center stage and demonstrated advanced functionalities for bus applications, including real-time vehicle tracking, monitoring, passenger information and video surveillance. The in-vehicle computer VTC 7200 is powered by the 4th generation Intel® Core™ processor i7-4650U/i5-4300U/i3-4010U and features a variety of I/O ports. Equipped with three SIM cards and dual WWAN, the VTC 7200 can flexibly switch between different network operators for the most optimal connection and increase bandwidth for faster data transmission. With four mini-PCIe expansions and a powerful processor, the VTC 7200 is an ideal compact in-vehicle computer for video surveillance, passenger infotainment system, fleet management and dispatching system.
Alongside of VTC 7200, the in-vehicle computer VTC 1010 displayed how its dual WWAN and SIM support can help facilitate fleet management. Based on the Intel® Atom™ processor E3800 product family (formerly codenamed "Bay Trail"), the VTC 1010 features wide operating temperature range, built-in GPS with optional dead-reckoning, intelligent vehicle power management and four mini-PCIe expansions. The VTC 1010 is dedicated for on-road public transportation application and can deliver the telematics technology for real-time voice and data communication, vehicle tracking and navigation, mobile video surveillance as well as in-vehicle infotainment.