VTC 7270

Fanless AI Powered Vehicle Computer with 12/13th Gen Intel® Core™ CPU
  • Main Feature
  • Powered by 12/13th Gen Intel® Core™ i with DDR5, excellent memory bandwidth, lower latency
  • Rich I/Os, 2 x 2.5GbE, 1 x GbE, 6 x USB 3.2, 2 x CAN FD & 4 x Serials, (optional: w/ 4 extra 2.5 GbE PoE)
  • 2 x 2.5” SSD, 1 x NVMe ultra-speed SSD for data integrity
  • Up to 4 WWAN/WLAN combinations for mobile router applications
  • Up to two Hailo AI accelerator (26TOPS workload each) computing power as optional
  • 9~36V DC-IN with ignition control & OCP/OVP
  • Wide range operating temperature of -35°C~70°C (fanless@35W CPU)
  • Military standard for anti-vibration/shock
  • CE/FCC, UKCA, Emark Certified
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The VTC 7270 is an AI-powered in-vehicle telematics computer featured with Intel® 12/13th Gen processor to perform 30% more computing power than its predecessor. Its 10-year lifespan support can fulfill any in-vehicle applications such as fleet management, logistics/AMR, ITS, constructions, ANPR, and security surveillance of public transportation, and more.


With its compact, rugged, and fanless design, the VTC 7270 can be widely installed in limited space, withstand harsh environments, and significantly reduce maintenance costs for 24/7 operating time. Additionally, the VTC 7270 features various peripherals, including 2.5GbE, 6 USB 3.2, 2 isolation CAN FD, 4 serial ports, NVMe storage, 5 extension slots, triple displays, and a wide-range 9~36VDC with IGN control, making it a sophisticated AI-aided telemetric computer.

To work as the edge AI, the user can install LTE/5G modems, Wi-Fi 5/6 modules, and one or two Hailo AI accelerators (26TOPS) to deploy AI services collaborating with cloud SaaS. Moreover, the VTC 7270 can operate in harsh environments with temperatures ranging from -35°C to 65°C and comply with MIL-STD-810H military standards for vibration and shock resistance. For regulation compliance, the VTC 7270 complies with CE/FCC classA, UKCA, and Emark (E13).

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