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VersaLogic offers a variety of embedded computing products for digital signage applications. With leading edge video processing capabilities and high speed I/O capabilities, VersaLogic's rugged SBCs deliver performance you can rely on. Designed and built to withstand shock, humidity, vibration, and extreme temperatures, VersaLogic SBCs perform reliably even in the harshest of environments.
Every VersaLogic product is designed from the ground up for high reliability, manufactured and tested to the highest quality standards, and backed by world-class service, 5 year warranty, and a 5+ year production life guarantee.
Whether an embedded application needs a standard off-the-shelf product or a customized version, the skilled technical staff at VersaLogic work hard to accommodate even the most demanding specifications. Contact VersaLogic's Application Support Team for more information.
VersaLogic SBC Drives Traffic Control System
HADECS (Highways Agency Digital Enforcement Camera System) cameras are used to enforce variable speed limits under the Active Traffic Management (ATM) system. These systems automatically adjust speed limits to keep traffic flowing during busy periods. Furthermore, they are used to assist in the enforcement of speed limits by collecting photographic evidence. With both radar and video capabilities, these systems require extensive I/O capabilities.
The manufacturer of one the industry’s leading HADECS system found themselves in a jam when their latest system design required very specialized GPIO drivers. They turned to VersaLogic for a rugged SBC with the I/O to handle their task. VersaLogic not only provided the hardware solution, they also provided the software engineering resources to write a custom GPIO driver. By quickly finding a solution for the manufacturer’s GPIO issue and providing an SBC that met their system priorities, VersaLogic was able to help the customer to quickly meet their design needs.
Mobile Video Graphics Display Driven by VersaLogic Single Board Computer (SBC)
A VersaLogic single board computer (SBC) has been designed into an innovative advertising media that integrates video, internet, and GPS technology. The system is a mobile video graphics display module that mounts to the top of taxicabs and receives advertising media through a wireless internet connection. The system uses GPS to identify its location and change advertising messages to correspond with advertiser's geographic selections.
The VersaLogic SBC integrated into the display, controls the ultra-bright LCD and coordinates communication with the central server and GPS system. The SBC integrates video, audio, RAM, Ethernet, USB ports, COM ports, analog/digital I/O, and sockets for on-board media storage. VersaLogic’s rugged small form-factor SBCs are ideal for mobile applications that require outstanding reliability, extended temperature range and low power consumption.
Outdoor LED Transportation Signage
LED Dynamic Message Sign (DMS) systems are being used by a growing number of U.S. and Canadian transportation agencies as a way to provide motorists with real-time information about road and traffic conditions. Installed along highways, these signs require extended temperature range, long lifecycle support, and high reliability – in other words, a perfect application for VersaLogic embedded computers.
After several costly field failures, a manufacturer of LED DMS systems turned to VersaLogic to provide high reliability, rugged embedded computers for their new line of dynamic message signage. VersaLogic’s technical support during the development stage, combined with industry leading product reliability, helped the manufacturer to eliminate the source of field failures. Products installed outdoors in remote locations, such as along highways, are very costly to service and repair. By improving system reliability, manufacturers can significantly reduce the number of costly field repairs and service calls.
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