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SINTRONES event addressing AIoT, fleet management solutions levering 5G technology

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As a growing number of sensors, radar devices and video cameras, a massive amount of data is being generated over the traffic networks, automotive manufacturers have an opportunity to grab attention with new service business opportunities. Analyzing this data to create insights in ways can turn into valuable products and services. Car makers and smart transportation solution providers are looking for a secure and sustainable way leveraging digitization technologies to move from connected to smart transportation solutions for driver and passenger safety in 5G era.

With this trend, the global Industrial PC manufacturers accelerate the digital transformation for automotive industries around the world. Through Internet of Things technologies combined with artificial intelligence and edge computing solutions to deploy smarter, safer and more efficient systems with innovative embedded systems enabling smarter services for customers and passengers.

Automotive applications is on a rising trajectory today, with the advance of in-vehicle technologies and the deployment of high-speed networks. There are some critical reasons for the development of these technologies and why the 5G autonomous car may be coming soon. In the other hands, talking about smarter solutions such as the fleet management system, which is one of the popular applications getting more powerful value with featuring integrated via various mobile APPs to enhance interactions between passengers and operation staffs.

Taking school bus fleet management system as an example, it enhances fleet efficiency and optimize maintenance processes. The solution increases asset visibility to help safeguard assets, drivers and passengers, mostly they are children. Track maintenance and inspections in a single system to monitor asset performance and gain insight into utilization and spending.

To tackle in-vehicle public transport systems or commercial passenger communication networking platforms of the future, SINTRONES, focused on smart transportation solutions and in-vehicle computer technologies for industrial PC, automotive and enterprise markets, has expanded on a proven track record of delivering to customers and a strong collaborative history in emerging technology areas. In-vehicle computer system that targeting automatic guided vehicles, fleet management systems, vehicle video streaming solutions, networking servers with 5G aggregated systems on the road. The newest solutions in SINTRONES's In-vehicle computer portfolio, offer a variety of cutting-edge networking technologies incorporating high-performance processors of Intel Core processors with a number of benefits, including dual 5G connection with dual SIM support for using streaming services on different telecom carriers across different regions and countries.

For the construction machines such as an excavating equipment, or a heavy industrial machine such as heavy-duty on- and off-highway equipment markets, more manufacturers are now integrating In-vehicle computer or embedded systems as standard on their machines. Due to the many benefits with the In-vehicle computer systems to control, collect and transmit, equipment owners can monitor where their machines are located, how they are working and if there are impending maintenance issues.

To learn more about more SINTRONES product offerings for Intelligent Transportation, Connected Vehicles, Embedded Platforms and solutions with 5G aggregated systems on the road, please join the webinar of "A Leap Into the Future: Intelligent Transportation, Connected Vehicles and Embedded Platforms" or visit the registration web pages for more details at
https://www.digitimes.com.tw/edm/EDM_SINTRONES_20210916.htm

Take advantage of the exciting business potential of intelligent transportation and connected vehicles

Take advantage of the exciting business potential of intelligent transportation and connected vehicles

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