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ARK-VH200, ARK-3202V and ARK-1388V offer industrial-grade, high computing power, multiple I/O and low-noise operation for a range of in-vehicle applications, including in-vehicle signage, in-vehicle surveillance, and in-vehicle communications. The ARK-VH series features a vehicle-friendly power design (compliant with ISO-7637-2), wireless communications, GPS receiver, in-vehicle certification (eMark, EN50155), anti-vibration and shock resistant design (MIL-810), and easy installation that speeds up system integrators’ time-to-market and reduces costs for space-critical, in-vehicle applications.


Fanless

Rich I/O

Anti-shock/
Anti-vibration

In-Vehicle Power Design

Wide Temperature
Range
 
   


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Intel® Atom™ D510 processor at 1.67GHz
20/100 FPS D1 resolution video recorders, optional 1 PoE port for IP Camera
Optional add-on miniPCIe card for wireless applications, e.g., WLAN or 3.5G module

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MRT In-Car Video Surveillance System
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Computer-Assisted
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Intel® Atom™ N270 processor at 1.6 GHz
2DVI & VGA dual display and support for wide screen with high resolution
Supports 2 GbE, 5 USB 2.0 and up to 5 COM ports




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Electronic Bus Fare Collection System
A Mediterranean city in southern Europe is rolling out a new bus fare collection system to better serve its over one million residents [ See More ]

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Intel® Core™ 2 Duo ULV U7500 1.06 GHz processor
Startup and shutdown linked to car battery and ignition status
Optional built in WLAN/GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/HSDPA module



Case Studies

Taxi Passenger Information Center
The Peace of Mind Ride

A taxi company was interested in providing real-time infotainment systems for its passengers. The systems were to be installed as flat panel displays in the backs of front seat headrests, allowing for convenient viewing by backseat passengers… [ See More ]
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