Lanner Electronics introduced the LVC-5570D4-CA and the LVC-5770-7A embedded systems for vehicles. The LVC-5770-7A features eight PoE LAN ports, and functions as a highly capable Mobile NVR in conjunction with remotely-powered IP cameras. The LVC-5570D4-CA features four mini-PCIe slots and two removable storage bays. It is more suited to analog video use, functioning as a Mobile DVR, and offers excellent extensibility. The in-vehicle computers are ideal for surveillance (both digital and analog), digital signage and video capture, vehicle location, and driver behavior monitoring.
Acrosser introduced the AIV-HM76V0FL embedded system for vehicles. The in-vehicle computer features the Intel HM76 mobile chipset, FCPGA 988 socket, four USB 3.0, CAN bus, Wi-Fi, 3.5G wireless WAN, Bluetooth and GPS. It supports the Intel third generation Core i7/i5 and Celeron processors up to 45W i7-3820QM. The Acrosser AIV-HM76V0FL in-vehicle computer will be available this month.
GE Intelligent Platforms introduced the CRS-C2P-3CC1 and CRS-C3P-3CB1 off-the-shelf embedded systems for military vehicles. The CRS-C2P-3CC1 and CRS-C3P-3CB1 feature Freescale-based single board computer, VxWorks real-time operating system, 512Mbytes of RAM, 256MB of Flash memory, Ethernet, serial, USB, MIL-STD-1553, ARINC 429, and discrete I/O. The CompactPCI-based computer systems are ideal for UAVs, manned and unmanned ground vehicles and launch vehicles.
Renesas Technology introduced the SH74552 and SH74562 32-bit MCUs for advanced driver assistance system applications that are needed in automobile “active safety” systems for obstacle detection, risk avoidance, etc. The SH74552 and SH74562 MCUs feature a compact 13 mm × 13 mm package, 160 MHz high-speed operation, 1 MB of high-speed on-chip flash memory, and on-chip functions such as 4-channel CAN. The SH74552 microcontroller is priced at $100 and the SH74562 is priced at $89. Sample shipments will begin in May, 2010 in Japan.