Autonomous vehicles ready to serve in Japan
Vecow has announced an achievement in the Japan market. After passing critical real driving tests, the driverless shuttle buses and driverless trucks in Japan, powered by Vecow embedded engines, ECX-1400 RTX2070, ECX-1400, and ECS-9200M, are ready to serve you on the way to airport, station, highway and warehouse in 2020.
Vecow autonomous vehicle solutions
- ECX-1400 RTX2070 AI Computing System: Powered by workstation-grade 9th Gen Intel Xeon/Core i7/i5/i3 processor running with NVIDIA GeForce RTX2070 graphics engine, advanced NVIDIA Turing GPU architecture and RTX platform, Vecow ECX-1400 RTX2070 delivers 2304 CUDA core computing with seven independent displays, up to 8K resolution. ECX-1400 RTX2070 is a good choice for real-time AI computing with no downtime.
- ECX-1400 Series Expandable Fanless System: Powered by eight cores Intel processor, together with versatile interface including 6 GigE LAN with 4 PoE+, USB 3.1, 4 COM port, and storage capabilities of SSD, CFast, SATA II, ECX-1400 Series also supports flexibly customised CAN Bus and SUMIT A, B slots to fulfil requirements for autonomous vehicles applications.
- ECS-9200M High-performance Fanless System: Featured 10GigE LAN with up to eight M12 PoE+, Dual LAN Bypass, and three SIM sockets, ECS-9200M offers rugged yet increased always-on communications functionalities. It is suited for outdoor and harsh environments by supporting -40to +75°C operation temperature, wide range power input from six to 36V with 80V surge protection. This highly integrated high-performance is designed for autonomous vehicles that are ready to hit the roads.
“We are so excited to make this autonomous vehicle solution possible,” said Rancho Yu, Sales Account Manager, and Sales & Marketing Division. “After critical driving tests, this solution is finally ready to serve people and passengers in Japan. We are working on autonomous vehicle projects with our worldwide partners; you will find more “powered by Vecow workstation-grade AI engines” autonomous vehicles in the coming future.”