Today’s intelligent transportation is evolving with AIoT technology to enable a smart, secure and efficient method of mobility for everyday life. Modern transportation infrastructure requires an intelligent system that can integrate Edge AI compute and 5G connectivity in a range of ITS applications, such as traffic control and monitoring, V2X communication, autonomous driving and fleet management.
Lanner provides an integrated ITS computing platform that empowers Edge AI and 5G connectivity. These rugged computers consolidate ITS workloads that not only enable AI computing for traffic video analytics and autonomous driving, but also deliver secure 5G connectivity and mobile cellular bonding for data transport from edge to cloud.
Lanner’s industrial uCPE ISD-V330 aggregates the bandwidth from multiple available connections, creating an uninterrupted network with high-speed broadband technologies, such as FirstNet Ready LTE, commercial LTE networks, microwave broadband, as well as VSAT. This generates a reliable and secure inter-agency connection network to send and receive mission-critical data, while keeping needed resources in the field.
Ethernet-based rail network systems are often used to facilitate communications between devices and systems on trains, combined with automated operations and remote control, resulting in increased freight and transport efficiency. With EN50155 and EN45545, Lanner ICS-R372 is designed as a cost-effective rail security appliance, providing quality performance with low power consumption for rolling stock cybersecurity applications.
Intelligent traffic systems may be in different development stages globally, but integrators have recognized that a single source of Internet connectivity is insufficient, especially with the high maintenance costs due to unreliable availability. Lanner rugged computers with edge computing and 5G is designed to provide backup cellular connectivity for intelligent traffic management infrastructure.
Lanner offers Intel Xeon-based server-in-car as the perception computer for L4 autonomous systems deployed in self-driving buses or trucks. With best-in-class performance, availability and reliability, Lanner’s server-in-car optimizes complex AI algorithms at the proximity to analyze data from sensors, cameras, LiDAR, and send instructions to the car’s actuators, which control acceleration, braking, and steering.