The transportation industry is affected by a number of passenger safety regulations; compliance to governmental rules and technical standards due to the harsh operational environments the electronics has to withstand. Only highly reliable, long lasting, quality products can satisfy the OEM customer products requirements in this market.
MSC Technologies offers a selected range of standard embedded COM products in the extended temperature range (-40 to +85°C), based on ARM and x86 Intel ® Atom™ technologies. The COM products are available in Qseven™ and COM Express™ standards form factors, which also offer ruggedized baseboard connectors for automotive industry.
We ensure traceability of all the parts used throughout the production process, entire lifecycle support, logistic concepts for extended lifetime, and revision control or a frozen Bill of Material (BOM). We understand that this may be vital to winning the end user projects and MSC has a long track record for executing such OEM projects for this market.
Trains, Cars, Aircrafts or Ships operate in harsh environments and require true industrialized computers and electronics able to withstand these conditions. MSC offers standard and customized products able to satisfy the industry requirements standards and pass safety and reliability tests specific to the transportation industry requirements. In addition, we offer system integration services, enclosures, power supplies and display systems up to a ready to use devices.
Our experienced and competent engineering teams can assist customers in realizing systems for:
- public transportation in busses and railways
- agricultural equipment
- mining equipment
- fleet management terminals
- special applications for fireworks, police or ambulance
- military applications for Infantry, Air force or Navy
Can Qseven be used in transportation?
The answer is yes !
The updated specification 2.0 includes now also the ruggedized version of the MXM-II connector to reflect the market demand on the small COM module Qseven. Get more details of the update on the Qseven Standard, which is now hosted by the SGeT association and check out our Qseven product portfolio of x86 and ARM modules.