Do you want to provide better passengers’ experience in aviation services? Or, do you want to improve the overall performance and efficiency of your operations? So, why not consider investing on industrial PCs to help you out on your operations?
Pilots can easily navigate the flight management system because of its high-definition resolution. Passengers can use these touchscreen panels for internet surfing or movie streaming. These are amongst the advantages of industrial computing devices for aviation.
You might be reluctant on why you should purchase such kind of technology as it is a huge investment. But, know that industrial computers have innumerable capabilities to boost your aviation operations.
Explore the Best Feats of Industrial PCs for Aviation
The aviation industry has levelled up its technology for the operations and services. In fact, every operation is manned by a specific controlling system. Examples of separate systems include the flight management and the unloading of cargos.
Also, these systems contain complex operations and frequent use of computing technology. With that, only a device like the S12 panel PC can withstand on these working conditions.
Do you want to know more about the best feats of the S12 touch device for aviation? Let’s explore.
Find an Industrial Computer to Adapt on New Technologies
In 2016, new technologies transformed the commercial aviation industry. Aviation systems make use of robotics and artificial intelligence to improve its operations. Meanwhile, biometrics-enabled self-service and smarter baggage solutions also help passengers in airport terminals. All these new technologies can also be integrated with industrial computers.
So, how would you determine if a computing device can adapt to these new technologies? The answer is pretty simple. Identify the specifications and the requirements compatible for your aviation operations.
Let’s check the comparison table below. This is a short list of product specifications of our S12 industrial PC to other 10” industrial PCs.
|Specifications||12.1” (S12) Rugged Industrial PC||Other 10” Industrial PCs|
|Display||Capacitive or Resistive||Resistive|
|System||Intel BayTrail J1900 2.0GHz Quad Core||Broadwell Core i5 5200U 2.2GHz|
|Intel Gen7||5th generation|
|Up to 16GB (DDR3L-1333)||DDR3L SO-DIMM 4GB, Max. 8GB|
|Storage||HDD: 500GB SATA; |
SSD: Up to 128GB SATA
|HDD: not indicated;
1 x mSATA SSD 64GB
|Material||IP65 / IP68 / IP69K; NEMA sealing||Fully IP67 rated rugged enclosure|
|Warranty||3 years or up to 5 years depending on the client’s preference||***not stated***|
|Other Features||Watchdog Timer|
Evaluating the specifications above, the S12 industrial PC proves its best. It is an Intel-based computer which makes it compatible to perform tough applications. In addition, the S12 panel PCs have a high NEMA sealing and rated IP69K. Thus, it can resist liquid spill overs, heat, dust, moist, and any harmful debris.
Product warranty is already given for both devices. But, you can always guarantee that our commitment does not end during your purchase. Aside from a standard 3-year warranty, you have the option to extend up to 5 years or more. This ensures our product to provide exceptional quality and overall performance.
Emerge with New Technology and Install Industrial Computers
New technology is now being integrated with industrial computing devices in aviation operations. This helps your company to provide better passengers’ experience. You don’t want to be left behind, right?
Choose the panel device with the specifications you need on your operations. Emerge with new technology now and start installing industrial-grade touch panels.
5 technology trends that all airlines and airports should be prepared for in 2016, Futuretravelexperience.com
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