ADLINK: COTS solutions for train control, rail signaling and automation at InnoTrans 2018
ADLINK Technology will exhibit exhibit multiple field-proven platforms deployed for Communications Based Train Control (CBTC), Automatic Train Protection (ATP), Automatic Train Operation (ATO), Automatic Train Supervision (ATS), Computer Based Interlocking (CBI) and Train Control Center (TCC) InnoTrans. ADLINK will also introduce its latest rail products:
CCU-5500: an EN50155 compliant, fanless onboard Wi-Fi communication control platform, supporting up to six 3G/4G LTE/ 5G/WLAN
PIS-5500: an onboard real time video analysis fan-less system with NVIDIA GPGPU MXM module
DMI-1210: an IP65 at front and IP42 at rear rated, 12.1’’ driver machine interface with MVB or CAN bus integrated and wide range DC power input
DCS-210: a 1/1.5U 19” data collection rack server with MVB option, equipped with 8
cPCI-3630: a low power, high performance 3U CompactPCI CPU blade powered by the latest Intel Atom processors, supporting various I/O interfaces through a series of front plates
Designed to meet harsh operating requirements, ADLINK’s industry standard compliant, rugged product portfolio provides customers with a great level of flexibility in technology and roadmap planning.
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IR illumination is basically everywhere, ranging from industrial and automotive to consumer applications in mobile devices such as face recognition and iris scan. IR LEDs are a fundamental part of those applications.
Choosing the right RF Inductor for your needs can be complicated. This White Paper will help to determin all the characteristics that Inductors need to meet your specific requirements and how to find the right Inductor once the specifications are clear.
Combining security with advanced process nodes has become a challenge in recent years. This is due to the diminishing alternatives for embedded flash when moving past the 28nm process node. Winbond has introduced the TrustMe secure flash products to address this challenge and remove the barriers for adding secure non-volatile storage to practically any process node out there.
Even though NOR flash remains attractive for code storage it has reached its technology limit. The solution is Serial SLC NAND flash based on the SPI interface, offering a better cost per bit with significant compatibility to serial NOR.
More and more real time applications do require a very strong CPU capability, aside integrated peripherals. But, there was still a question mark with regards to the amount of embedded flash needed in these applications. The new value lines STM32 microcontrollers will ease this decision process and give more flexibility to the developers.
Software vulnerabilities can manifest themselves in many ways, but typically, they are exploited by abusing software interfaces in ways outside of their designed operation. But we can help ourselves during our development to make static analysis tools more accurate and relevant to our cause.
Increasing demands on power distribution networks have resulted in smaller DC rails, as well as a proliferation of rails that ensure clean power reaches the pins of integrated circuits. This guide covers five tips for making accurate power integrity measurements with oscilloscopes.
This white paper explains the basic principles of security in a connected world and how a root of trust helps protect the IoT. It describes how embedded developers can secure their IoT devices through solutions available today. Download English Version / Download German Version.
In this whitepaper, we highlight four main attack scenarios and show how through the use of a hardware trust anchor, we can better address the four use cases: Authentication, Secured Communication, Secured Data Store and integrity and Secured Firmware update.
SMARC is a versatile, small form factor for computer-on-modules. It is suited to applications needing low energy consumption, a low profile, low cost and high performance. This White Paper provides information about: specifications and pinout, carrier board design, heat spreader and height, USB 2.0 and USB 3.0, appllications, etc..
Read in this White Paper how 5G technologies could integrate and enable the full potential of mobile technology, big data, IoT, and cloud computing while supporting digital transformation across various sectors, including healthcare, smart vehicles, smart home, industrial automation, and more.
In this webinar, Mixed Mode and Infineon Technologies showcase effective security concepts and solutions, and demonstrate just how easy it is to protect smart and connected homes using hardware security.
The surface properties of Direct Bonded Copper and Active Metal Brazed substrates are very important for the production of power modules. This webinar will highlight the importance and the influence of copper grain size, surface roughness, surface cleanliness and surface finish on the assembly process.
Panasonic's Bluetooth Low Energy Modules are market leader for power consumption and range. This Webinar will introduce Panasonic's Bluetooth Low Energy Modules, evaluation and development tools and will give you recommendations for your application.
In this webinar you will learn more about Ready-To-Use RF Antennas, custom integrated antennas for mobile devices and get tips from an expert for the applications markets like IoT, automotive, industrial and medical applications.
Comprehensive device management is a core requirement for any IIoT strategy. The Mentor Embedded IoT Framework provides comprehensive IIoT features that can be implemented down to the hardware of the edge or end node devices – and can be ported across platforms and clouds.
Electromagnetic compatibility is indispensable in today‘s products, and EMC components are the key to ensuring it. This webinar presents individual EMC solutions and shows how support with measurements works – including on-site.