There are three major types of In-Vehicle Gateway in the Telematics industrial supply chain: OBDII Dongle, Embedded Transportation Terminal and Rugged Tablet. acrosser is focused on the Embedded Transportation Terminal, or also known as the In-Vehicle PC segment, which provides Embedded Transportation Terminal with rugged design, higher flexibility and wider operation temperature range. All products meet E-Mark and other certifications.
Acrosser In-Vehicle PCs are designed with many essential key features such as wider operating temperature, anti-shock and vibration, fan-less system for higher MTBF, rugged body and higher flexibility. With its powerful performance, the Acrosser In-Vehicle PC AIV-QM97V1FL can be used in Fleet Management from tracking to management applications. As an example, the AIV-QM97V1FL can be installed in trucks to add telematics and provide advanced driver management, which help prevent danger and take proactive measures in improving fuel economy and costs.
Acrosser In-Vehicle PCs also can be also installed in ambulances to improve efficiency of the route planning, and to provide better communication between the ambulance and the hospital via 4G LTE/Wi-Fi in implementingTelemedicine.
Acrosser In-Vehicle PCs are primarily designed to meet and fulfill every need from customers in accomplishing the desired results of Telematics. Acrosser had developed a full range of product line of In-Vehicle PCs which include the AIV-QM97 series, AIV-HM76 series, AR-V6100 series, AR-V6005series and AR-V6002 series. Each and every product is built with remarkable quality and designed to successfully survive rugged environments. Acrosser Technology not only provides products with high reliability and availability, but also In-Vehicle Computers with the best scalability and manageability in the industry. Acrosser Technology is your best choice for building Telematics applications in today’s IoT environment.
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