An industrial edge-computer called an in-vehicle fanless computer is made to withstand the rigours of a moving vehicle while monitoring, analysing, and processing data from numerous sensors and devices needed for Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) applications.
The word “fanless” is used to describe a computer that doesn’t use fans to cool itself. Industrial PC fans are one of the most frequent failure locations because they pull in pollutants that might slow down the system or damage hardware.
A computer that doesn’t need fans for cooling is referred to as being fanless. One of the most frequent places for industrial PCs to fail is the fan, which can pull in pollutants and slow down the system or break hardware.
The Global In-vehicle fanless computer market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
High Performance Fanless In-vehicle Computer.In-Vehicle High Performance Fanless Computer.The VTC series from Neousys are robust extensible in-vehicle fanless embedded controllers made for a variety of in-vehicle uses, including mobile security, mobile computing, vehicle telematics, and infotainment.
This in-vehicle controller is very reliable for mobile applications and can tolerate stress and vibration thanks to Neousys’ unique dampening bracket. The controllers have specialised power circuitry that enables wide-range 8–35V DC input with ignition power control. The selection of in-vehicle controllers with small footprints, flexibility, and sustainability offer all-around capabilities to meet customer requirements.
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