In-Vehicle Computers

A Solutions Provider for In-Vehicle Embedded Computing Systems

In-vehicle embedded computing solutions can connect vehicles in the field to the main office, enabling real-time two-way communication to improve decision-making, vehicle tracking, and record-keeping. These in-vehicle computers also help with logistics and team management by providing real-time location and status updates.

We work with clients in industries such as the military and law enforcement to provide custom in-vehicle embedded computing solutions.

Not your typical box PCs, our in-vehicle embedded computing solutions are built to withstand the demands of in-vehicle performance. They run off of DC power and offer fanless rugged construction to resist dust, vibration and temperature extremes. They are also e-Mark/e13/Vehicle-certified and offer protection from electromagnetic interference (EMI).

Please contact us for a one-on-one consultation. We’ll listen to your needs, ask key questions and formulate the best plan for your business.

We will fully test your in-vehicle computer system prior to delivery to ensure that it stands up to the demands of in-vehicle use.

From design to integration to post-sales support, we’ll work with you at every step in the process. We create a Process Control Document (PCD) for every build and share it with you. If any aspect of the build changes after go-live, we’ll update the PCD and send you the latest version.

Rugged computing solutions for in-vehicle use that position our clients for success, now and in the future. That’s the Global American way.

Point of Sale Kiosk

Kiosks and point of service (POS) computer systems have become part of everyday life—from buying train tickets to renting a DVD or taking a bicycle out for a ride in the city.

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Harsh Environments

Harsh environments include those that feature extreme temperatures, water, humidity, particulates, electromagnetic discharge, electromagnetic interference, vibrations, physical impact, corrosive agents and/or various gases.

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In-Vehicle Computers

In-vehicle embedded computing solutions can connect vehicles in the field to the main office, enabling real-time two-way communication to improve decision-making, vehicle tracking, and record-keeping.

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Industrial Automation

Industrial automation seeks to streamline the manufacturing, quality control and material handling process through the use of technology.

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Internet Of Things (IoT)

From remote controlled thermostats to wearable fitness monitors, the Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the way we live. IoT technologies have the potential to radically change the way to do business as well.

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Medical Computing

Technology is playing a growing role in the health care field, not just when it comes to providing clinical care, but also for collecting, organizing, and monitoring patient data, conducting check-ins, and processing payments.

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Surveillance

A strong corporate surveillance program helps to control access to technology and data and protect against theft or damage to valuable equipment.

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Oil And Gas

The oil and gas industry is considered to be the biggest sector in the world, constantly changing, but relying on consistency in software and hardware alike.

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We can customize the perfect solution to meet your embedded computing needs.

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