Logic Supply has created a new compact mini PC in the form of the Karbon 300 which has been specifically designed for Internet of Things applications. Offering a rugged and robust fanless computer created to help “innovators overcome the limitations of deploying reliable computer hardware in challenging environments” says its developers.
“Karbon 300 can be configured with an Intel Movidius Vision Processing Unit (VPU) to accelerate machine vision algorithms and enable AI and machine learning applications. Integrated hardware TPM provides Root of Trust data security to help protect sensitive information and integrated Consumer Electronics Control allows Karbon 300 to control connected displays in digital signage, kiosk or entertainment installations. “
The Karbon 300 mini PC has been tested according to IEC 60068-2-27 & IEC 60068-2-64/ MIL-STD-810 procedures for shock and vibration, to meet the demands of “extreme computing environments”. The small computer also meets the in-vehicle UNECE Reg.10 E-mark and rolling stock EN50155 standards. Logic Supply VP of Products Murat Erdogan explained a little more about the new mini PC designed for IoT applications.
“Computing at the edge is increasingly at the core of today’s Industry 4.0 and Industrial IoT solutions. These devices are being deployed in environments that would quickly destroy traditional computer hardware. The builders and creators we work with require a careful combination of connectivity, processing and environmental protections. With Karbon 300, we’re providing the ideal mix of capabilities to help make the next generation of industry-shaping innovation a reality, and enable innovators to truly challenge what’s possible.”
Source: TPUFiled Under: Hardware, Top News