IMAGO Technologies releases new embedded vision computer with wireless data transfer
The DAYTONA embedded vision computer features a built-in modem that can use 4G for WiFi data transfer, with coming support for 5G networks.
The VisionBox DAYTONA embedded vision computer features an ARM CPU, embedded GPU, and real-time communication controller. New to the VisionBox line of products is DAYTONA's wireless communication functionality. The DAYTONA features a built-in modem that can use 4G for WiFi data transfer, with coming support for 5G networks.
The DAYTONA VisionBox model also features trigger over ethernet and power over ethernet with GigE interface, real-time I/Os, GPU support for the Linux O/S via the Nvidia Tegra TX2 module, and a DisplayPort.
To Learn More:
Contact: IMAGO Technologies
Headquarters: Friedberg, Germany
Product: VisionBox DAYTONA
Key Features: 4G wireless, ToE, PoE, GigE interface, DisplayPort, Linux and Nvidia Tegra TX2 support.
What IMAGO Technologies says: View more information on the VisionBox DAYTONA.
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