The new MicroAutoBox III Embedded PC has everything that is required for in-vehicle use, both as a PC extension for the MicroAutoBox III real-time system and as a stand-alone PC system. Despite its compact size and robustness, an Intel® Xeon® server processor provides high processing power for demanding Linux®- and Windows®-based tasks.
This includes applications for assisted driving (ADAS), for example, the execution of the multisensor software RTMaps and ROS (Robot Operating System), or infotainment and telematics applications. You can also conveniently execute dSPACE software, including ControlDesk, in the vehicle to reduce the number of additionally required devices, such as laptops, on a test drive. This lets you connect displays or touchscreens for various status displays as well as dashboards directly to a MicroAutoBox III system.
To access internal MicroAutoBox III data during the test drive, an optional LTE module including a GNSS receiver can be integrated. This way, data can be sent directly to the cloud or to another server, for example. Two 10 Gigabit Ethernet interfaces (10GBASE-T) let you connect sensors with high bandwidth, such as cameras. It is also possible to equip the Embedded PC with extensions for WLAN, CAN FD, and BroadR-Reach.