Nuremberg, Germany – April 16, 2019. The CB71C is an ultra-rugged COM Express module for rail, public transportation and industry applications, e.g. data acquisition, infotainment, transcoding and live 3D. It is 100% compatible with COM Express Type 6 Pin-Out and conforms to the VITA 59 standard, which specifies robust mechanics to ensure reliable operation even under the harshest environmental conditions.
Nuremberg, Germany – April 11, 2019. OEM Technology Solutions, based in Sydney, Australia, has been part of the DUAGON-MEN-GROUP since the beginning of April. The merger of the companies underlines the positioning of the group as a leading provider of communication, control and computing solutions for rail vehicles.
The DIN-Rail concept is modular and suitable for a wide range of embedded IoT applications. MEN has now expanded the family concept to include a CPU module for industrial automation, an expansion module for serial communication and a memory module for storage intensive applications.
The MC50M is a modular gateway computer and part of the DIN rail family from MEN. The box is based on Intel's Atom E3900 series with low power dissipation and scalability in performance and memory. The modular expansion concept makes the DIN rail family a cost-effective and flexible partner.
The G211X Ethernet interface card ensures fast data transmission with four X-coded M12 connectors connected to the backplane via an x4 link. It is also designed for extended operating temperatures and harsh environments.
MEN is now part of the HASELNUSS consortium of DB Netz AG, the Fraunhofer Institute, Sysgo and TU-Darmstadt for the development of hardware-based safety platforms for railway control and security technology. Thanks to its experience in the safety-critical transport sector, MEN can advise the research project on questions relating to safety architecture.
DIN Rail is a new modular concept from MEN. The system is based on robust individual components which can be combined in flexible built-to-order configurations. The DIN Rail modules are suitable – thanks to medium CPU and low power dissipation – for a variety of applications in the mobile and industrial market.
The BL72E is a robust box PC with strong communication and storage abilities. It’s the perfect choice for rail and public transportation markets particularly for on-board applications such as Internet-on-Board, positioning via GNSS, CCTV / recording, passenger entertainment and many others.
The CM50C is a low-power and space-saving Rugged COM Express module that was developed around the Intel Atom E3900 series of processors. Due to the low power consumption, the virtualization support of the processor and the safe board management controller, the robust module is a multifaceted solution for individual designs in harsh environments and safety-critical applications.
MEN Micro is pleased to announce its recent membership in the Genetec™ Technology Partner Program. The rugged MEN Micro hardware has been certified and has proven its ability to seamlessly integrate with the Genetec™ Security Center unified security platform. The technology integration between these two industry leaders provides customers with the best in class computing hardware and software platforms for demanding IP video surveillance applications, e.g. for transportation and transit in moving vehicles.
With the powerful BC51M box PC, MEN expands its innovative, modular family concept. The fanless and maintenance-free device is used in graphics and memory intensive applications in trains, buses or commercial vehicles and, thanks to its numerous communication interfaces, is highly variable.
The M-Module M77N has been developed according to the ANSI Mezzanine standard and extends the carrier board by four electrically isolated serial interfaces, which can be adapted to the respective requirements by software.
With the G233, MEN is extending its range of CompactPCI serial peripheral cards with a further feature. The card allows a simple integration of an OLED display on the front of a system for easier maintenance.
The new multicore SBC A25 from MEN offers up to 16 independent CPU cores, a variety of I/O options and an FPGA-based VMEbus interface. The board is already used by the Swiss research institute CERN in the world's largest particle accelerator due to its extreme computing power.
The CompactPCI board F405 is a multi I/O board designed specifically for use in railway applications. Thanks to the extended voltage range of -110 V to +110 V, the card can be used worldwide and in many different ways. In addition, the FPGA based design ensures long-term availability for the application.