MSI IPC is dedicated to providing long life manufacturing support for the embedded market. Product availability commitment for all embedded products is 7-15 years as defined by Intel®. Smart Transportation In-Vehicle Solutions MSI IPC is dedicated to providing long life manufacturing support for the embedded market. Product availability commitment for all embedded products is…
At BVM we have kept our operation running throughout the lockdown with our production department doing a sterling job meeting all our delivery schedules
The latest technological developments within the world of medical science could see a seismic shift in how we assess and diagnose tumours.
The Pico-ITX industrial computing platform provides a solution in a 100mm by 72mm foot print. This makes it ideally suited to space-limited applications were diverse I/O requirements are still a requirement.
Sometimes known as ‘MDT’s’ (Mobile Data Terminals), in vehicle PC’s need to be robust enough to withstand just about anything that can be thrown at them, inclusive of the extremes of temperature where storage is concerned, frequent & high levels of vibration – and be operational via the electrical supply of the vehicle which are typically ‘dirty’ in its format in regard to voltage spikes and electrical noise.
The main advantage of Power over Ethernet (PoE) is delivery of data AND power over one Cat5e/Cat6 Ethernet cable
Powerguard is a Power Loss Protection (PLP) technology developed by Cervoz. The Powerguard function provides additional power during an unexpected power outage to complete current flash write operation, moreover to protect firmware, mapping table integrity.
Embedded Computers (sometimes known as ‘Embedded Systems) are purpose-built computing platforms designed for a specific task or fixed functionality – where at every re-boot, a fixed environment is activated. These are not your typical desktop or tower computers that we are used to using at home or in the office.
I have a laptop, why would I need a portable computer? We often see examples of field-based test or surveillance equipment based on a laptop computer. If the application is in a reasonably benign environment and there aren’t too many external real-world connections the laptop or tablet can be a good solution.
Kiosk printers can take many forms but they all have one thing in common; being are hidden away inside a machine. One reason there are so many different kiosk printers on the market is that the applications for them are so diverse.