As processing power and the level of integration continues to improve, computing at the edge, or providing a robust MDT solution, is becoming a far more attractive solution.
At Tekdis, we offer a wide range of low and high-end solutions. Many of our featured products also feature optional AI processing capabilities.
Whether it is LTE or WLAN, UPS, untethered dead reckoning GPS, CAN Bus, or even tyre pressuring monitoring (TPMS), we have the technical expertise to help you choose the right communication modules and accessories.
Many of our featured models also incorporate integrated Power over Internet (PoE) that connect to an IP camera or RFID reader. This conveniently allows you to implement mobile NVRs or ANPR solutions while letting you perform other telematics and vehicle health monitoring.
We stock a variety of EN50155 certificated units for all your rail applications, including rolling stock and trackside installations. Complementing these units is a range of vehicle displays including the UltraOne series – a single cable that allows you to transmit video, touch, and power to the display.
Easily add intelligence to your fleet with our complete range of vehicle PCs and accessories. Our systems not only allow you to monitor vehicle health, payload and security but also let you earn good returns on your investment.
Do you require assistance in finding the right vehicle PC? Our customer service team has you covered. Get in touch today.
35 Results Shown
nROK 1030 Atom x6211E Dual-Core Processor Fanless Rolling Stock Computer
Intel Atom x6211E Dual-Core Processor Fanless Rolling Stock Computer
VTC7252-7C4IP - IP65 Fanless 4-CH PoE IP65 Vehicle Computer Intel Core 9th CPU
Fanless 4-CH PoE IP65 Vehicle Computer with Intel® Core™ 9th CPU
ATC3200 - TX2 AI Computer for ADAS and Machine Vision
Compact AI Edge Computer Jetson TX2 for ANPR, ADAS, ITS or rail applications
VTC6222-GCIoT - Google Cloud AI Edge In-Vehicle Solution
Intel Atom® processor E3950 up to 2.0GHz CPU, 4GB DDR3L SODIMM, Google Edge TPU, DC input 9~48 VDC
nROK6222-GCIoT - Google Cloud AI Rail Computer
Intel Atom® processor E3950 up to 2.0GHz CPU, 4GB DDR3L SO-DIMM, Google Edge TPU, DC input 24/36 VDC w/o isolation.
VTC7251-GCIoT - Google cloud AI Vehicle PC
Intel® Core™ 8th Gen. i7-8700T, 2 x 4 GB industrial grade memory, Google Coral mini-PCIe accelerator, VGA & HDMI output and 2 x external SSD.
VTC 7251-7C4 - Vehicle PC, i7, 4xPOE
Fanless 4-CH PoE Mobile NVR with Intel® Core™ 8th Gen. CPU
MVS 2623-GCIoT - Intel Atom E3950, 8xPoE ports
Google Cloud AI Edge Telematics Solution
ATC 8110/8110-F i7 Mobile Expandable AI PC
Intel® Coffee Lake S/Refresh + Inference Accelerator AI Powered for Autonomous and Machine Vision
ATC 8010-7 - 8 x POE, T1000 MXM Kit Option
Intel Core 8th Gen. CPU Powerful Intelligent Platform for ADAS and ANPR/AFR
VTC7251 - 8th gen i7-8700T, 4 x POE
Fanless 4-CH PoE Vehicle Computer with Intel® Core™ 8th Gen. CPU
VTC6222 - Intel Atom E3950, 4xPOE
Fanless 4-CH PoE In-Vehicle Computer with Intel Atom® E3950
VTC6221 - Intel Atom E3950, six sim support
x7- E3950 Fanless In-Vehicle Computer
Six SIM cards + three WWAN modules support
VTC7240 - i7-5650U, 3x sim support, 4x mPCIe sockets
Intel® Core™ i7-5650U Fanless In-Vehicle Computer
VTC7230 - i3-5010U, 3x sim support, 2x SATA SSD
Intel® Core™ i3-5010U Fanless In-Vehicle Computer
VTC6210 - Intel Atom E3845, 4x mPCIe sockets, 8x GPIO
Intel® Atom™ E3845 Fanless In-Vehicle Computer
VTC1020PA - Intel Atom x5-E3930, 9~36DCV input
Intel Atom® x5-E3930 processor Fanless In-Vehicle Computer for Public Transportation
VTC1020 - Intel Atom x5-E3930, 9~36 DCV input
Intel Atom® x5-E3930 processor Fanless In-Vehicle Computer
VTC1010 - Intel Atom E3827, 4x mini-PCIe sockets
Intel® Atom™ E3827 Fanless In-Vehicle Computer
VTC7250-7C8 - 8th gen i7-8700T, 8xPOE
Fanless 8-CH PoE Mobile NVR with Intel® Core™ 8th Gen. CPU
VTC6220-BK - Intel Atom x7-E3950, Dual 2.5" SSD
Intel Atom® x7- E3950 Fanless In-Vehicle Computer
VTC1911-IPK - Intel Atom E3815, Dual Sim IP67 rated PC
Intel Atom® E3815 Telematics IoT Gateway IP67 Water and Dust Resistant
VTC1910-S - Intel Atom E3815, Built-in U-blox M8N GPS
Intel Atom® E3815 Telematics IoT Gateway Super Slim and Ruggedized Design
VTC1021 - Intel Atom x5-E3940, 2xPoE
Intel Atom® x5- E3940 Fanless In-Vehicle PC - dual POE (C2K model)
What is an in-vehicle computer?
An in-house computer is an industrial-edge computer designed and validated to operate in a variety of intelligent transportation system (ITS) applications such as mass transportation, railway, transit, security and surveillance, and automotive.
Through a CAN bus network, an in-house computer can provide vital analytics for efficient fleet management, including fuel temperature, engine speed, airflow, and more. With added GPS and wireless data capabilities, an in-house computer can integrate IoT devices for advanced telematics and machine-to-machine communication.
An in-house computer features an in-built power ignition management system that allows it to control the distribution of power for continuous operation stability. For added protection and longer service life, it is built with an aluminium/steel chassis. Its rugged fanless design allows it to operate in the harshest environmental conditions, including high vibration and shock, and extreme temperatures.
What specific technology is built into an in-vehicle computer?
Designed to operate across a range of edge computing applications, an in-vehicle computer comes packed with a host of features to deliver mission-critical reliability while being able to operate in the harshest environmental conditions.
Power ignition control is a key design feature that links the power supply to the engine ignition system. It allows you to control the on/off delay time setting for a proper start-up while minimising the risk of losing data during a sudden shutdown.
Another important feature is power protection. Whether it is undervoltage and overvoltage protection, reverse polarity protection, or overcurrent protection, rest assured that your in-vehicle computer is well protected at all times.
A rugged, fanless, and wide temperature design is also crucial. Vibrations are amongst the most common causes for a computer system to fail, while heavy oscillation can knock a cable loose or damage sensitive electronic components.
An in-vehicle CAN bus message-based protocol lets you connect individual systems, sensors, and controllers within a network for a smooth flow of communication.
What are some major markets utilising in-vehicle computers?
Whether it is a railway and rolling stock, or public transportation, fleet management, autonomous navigation, intelligent transportation systems, advanced telematics, smart surveillance, and emergency first response services, in-vehicle computers can able to operate in harsh environmental conditions while delivering mission-critical reliability in autonomous and remote edge deployments.
How is an in-vehicle fanless computer mounted?
An in-vehicle computer is usually mounted on any available flat surface of a vehicle. Thanks to their fanless and cableless design, the installed unit's orientation does not matter. It can be mounted in or outside the vehicle and placed vertically or horizontally depending on the vehicle's cable layout.
Convenient mounting options include placing it under the hood, in the base of the trunk, in the passenger footwell, or under the passage side seat.
What is a rugged vehicle computer?
A rugged computer is a specialised computer configured with high-end specifications. Unlike regular desktop computers, these in-vehicle computers can withstand harsh temperatures, extreme shock, constant vibration, dust ingress, water exposure, and other external factors. They can do so while maintaining their durability, reliability, and long-term longevity.
Industrial reliability & compact design for in-vehicle deployment
From storage protection and design to its compact size, an in-vehicle computer should be able to operate in the harshest environmental conditions, while being able to deliver mission-critical reliability at all times.
A RAID 5 storage protection system allows you to minimize storage failures by splitting the data into multiple storage devices. Should there be a single device failure, you can rest easy, knowing that the system will continue to operate as normal while ensuring that your data is protected and intact.
A fanless design ensures that the system reliability is far higher, by eliminating the risk of a mechanical point of failure. For this purpose, extruded aluminium is used with heavy-duty metal, allowing the entire unit to cool properly, while ensuring it is fully functional, even in extreme temperatures.
A cableless design eliminates the need to worry about a defective cable or improper latching between two points. Because there is no cable clutter, it also allows for improved serviceability inside the unit.
Space is always a limitation in a vehicle or railway. This is why the system will need to be as compact as possible. The ATC8010, with 8 PoE ports and measuring just 240(W) x 261 (D) x 100(H) mm, can control up to 8 security cameras in a mass transport application.
The MIL-STD-810G-grade ATC8010 in-vehicle computers are designed rugged to withstand specific environmental conditions, vibration, and shock.
Designed with the very latest Intel processing technology, in-vehicle computers feature several applications in transportation and advanced surveillance.
In the interest of public safety, several public transportation systems use in-vehicle computers to gather data that helps improve mobile video surveillance. This is done with the aid of intelligent camera systems with object tracking systems that are linked to multiple data points. Its compact chassis and PoE capability allow greater flexibility for a custom rugged NVR deployment.
Trucking fleet managers use GPS and signal processing capabilities of in-vehicle computers to take an informed strategic decision while planning routes and maintenance repairs, allowing them to monitor engine data in real-time through wireless communication.
Autonomous vehicles rely on heavily specialised in-vehicle computers with computer vision technology to compute massive amounts of data. Various cameras, sensors, and radar allow let in-vehicle computers to make instantaneous and crucial decisions as they navigate through traffic.
For mission-critical workforces such as ambulances and rescue teams, saving crucial seconds can be the difference between life or death. The VTC series of in-vehicle computers, with IoT-supported LTE connectivity, lets you instantly link up with hospital communication systems, thereby minimising life-threatening.
Brands we sell for vehicle computers
Tekdis offers a wide selection of Nexcom branded low to high-end solutions:
The IP65-rated Nexcom VTC 7252-7C4IP Vehicle PC's features an integrated solution, incorporating high computing power, four ports of independent PoE, and two ports of independent LAN and GNSS tracking.
The Nexcom ATC3200 Vehicle PC's combines an Nvidia JETSON TX2 on a carrier board and offers 4 MIPI CSI-2 interfaces supporting 4K/30fps 8M pixel cameras, two PoE ports, and two slots for 5G.
The Nexcom nROK6222-GCIoT Vehicle PC's comes with a Google Edge TPU ML accelerator coprocessor and has an Intel Atom® processor quad-core E3950 up to 2.0GHz powering it.
The Nexcom VTC 7251-7C4 is a vehicle PC, running on Intel® Core™ 8th Gen. CPU. This desktop features two external SSD and two mSATA (BIOS selection).
The Nexcom ATC 8010 Vehicle PC's is a powerful and reliable AI platform specially designed for ANPR, AFR, and other highly demanding applications.
The Nexcom VTC7251 Vehicle PC's is a fanless 4-CH PoE vehicle computer with Intel® Core™ 8th Gen. CPU. It features three WWAN module slots, each for two external SIM sockets.
The Nexcom VTC6222 Vehicle PC's is also a fanless 4-CH PoE in-vehicle computer with Intel Atom® E3950. It also has a built-in u-Blox-M8N GPS and CAN bus 2.0B.
The Nexcom VTC6221 Vehicle PC's offers six SIM cards and can support three WWAN modules. It also features three video outputs, two VGA and one HDMI.
The Nexcom VTC7250-7C8 Vehicle PC's comes with a fanless 8-CH PoE mobile NVR with Intel® Core™ 8th Gen. CPU inside. Features include two external SSD and two mSATA for RAID 0, 1.
The Nexcom VTC6220-BK fanless in-vehicle computer comes with a built-in u-Blox M8N GPS module and optional dead reckoning support. It also has a dual mic-in and line-out for various applications.
The Nexcom VTC1021 Vehicle PC's has an Intel Atom® x5-E3940 processor quad-core 1.6GHz inside and uses smart power management with the ignition on/off delay via software control and low voltage protection.
The Nexcom VTC1011 is a compact, rugged and entry-level vehicle computer with an Intel Atom E3825 processor dual-core 1.33GHz. This system is designed for the harsh in-vehicle environment.
The Nexcom MVS 5603-C8SU - i7-6600U Vehicle PC's has a modular design for flexible I/O expansion. It also has a rechargeable battery to secure data in case of a system power shutdown.
The flexible Nexcom MVS 5603-C6SMK Vehicle PC's comes with up to five SIM cards and triple WWAN modules support. It also has a built-in CAN-bus 2.0B with an optional OBDII function (SAE J1939/J1708).
The Nexcom MVS 5200 is a multitasking PC with NVR and tracker function. It also features a vehicle information stamp on the recorded video.
The Nexcom MVS 2623-C8SK Vehicle PC's has a built-in u-Blox NEO-M8N module with optional dead reckoning support. It also comes with an iButton for driver identification.
The Nexcom MVS 2623-C6SMK Vehicle PC's is a flexible 6-CH PoE in-vehicle mobile computer that lets you insert up to five SIM cards. It also has a dual removable SATA 3.0 2.5" SSD/HDD.
The Nexcom ATC8110-F Vehicle PC's is a fanless/fanned 9th generation expandable system with 3 x PCIe 3.0 slots for Discrete Graphics/Inference/Frame Grabber cards.
The fanless Nexcom ATC8010-7B Vehicle PC's has two external SSD and two mSATA for RAID 0, 1, 5, 10. It also has two WWAN modules and three SIM sockets with an eSIM option.