As mobile computing applications continue to thrive, US giant wireless carrier AT&T is increasingly encouraging its developers to create more and more programs for this particular market. For such Mobile Computing applications, NEXCOM’s VTC 6110 in-vehicle computer has been certified as being compatible with the AT&T carrier network.
VTC 6110 is a robust in-vehicle computer which can be used in any truck, bus, car or other service vehicle. Not only does the in-vehicle PC comply with most relevant automobile industry standards such as the eMark, it also has several other features which make it ideal for in-vehicle operation including power ignition delay control, low-power protection and SMBus connection. In line with most NEXCOM in-vehicle Platforms the robust VTC 6100 has a wide variety of connectivity options including GPS, 802.11b/g/n, 3.5G, and Bluetooth. For enhanced flexibility this innovative platform has PCI expansion and for infotainment/Digital Signage deployments the VTC 6110 boasts a multitude of display interfaces including VGA, DVI-D and LVDS. For operation in extreme automotive environments the VTC 6110 is available with an optional IP65 Enclosure.
The VTC 6110 telematics PC is just part of Nexcom’s range of ultra-reliable platforms that have been specifically designed to be integrated into transportation systems such as such as buses, trucks, police cars, taxi and trains. Equipped with rugged design and great expansion options, Nexcom’s in-vehicle computing solutions are ideal for applications within vehicle tracking and monitoring, real-time voice and data communication, in-vehicle infotainment, digital signage applications, emergency medical services and fleet management.