Vehicle Computers

Lanner’s in-vehicle PCs provide industrial-grade computing solutions for a wide range of mobile applications. Vehicle mounted computers can be used for infotainment systems in taxis, buses, airplanes or any railway systems. Mobile surveillance platforms can be used for tracking and monitoring mission-critical vehicles such as police cars, ambulances, vessels or UAV. In-vehicle GPS and 3G communication systems can be used for fleet management in long-distance trucking operations.

Lanner designs and manufactures the embedded building blocks on which a nearly limitless variety of mobile computer applications are built.

Vehicle mounted computing platforms:

  • Rugged design for anti-vibration, dust resistance and splash resistance
  • Real-time wireless connectivity
  • Fanless designs require less moving parts, leading to better reliability
  • Low power consumption
  • Compact size provides flexibility for installation
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