In-Vehicle

 
Challenges & Requirements
 
In-vehicle applications for both commercial and industrial usage experience a lot of wear and tear. Whether it is a fleet of trucks, a high-speed train, or a heavy-duty tracker, the work routinely performed puts immense strain on the machinery. Throughout the movement, they experience drastic temperature changes, environmental disturbances and hazardous weather conditions. To keep the vehicle functioning properly, in-vehicle applications need to be able to withstand the harshest environments and ever-changing conditions. Therefore, in-vehicle applications have certain common requirements: wide operating temperatures, long data retention, repetitive power cycling, shock and vibration resistance.

Solutions

The components that make up the in-vehicle applications, whether it be the navigations systems, visual and infotainment systems, task monitoring or surveillance systems, require the highest levels of stability, endurance and reliability. Cervoz’s storage and memory wide temperature products are designed for in-vehicle applications that can withstand extended temperature from -40˚C~85˚C and can thus operate flawlessly in extremely low and high temperatures. Furthermore, Cervoz’s in-vehicle storage module solutions comply with ISO-16750 standards, guaranteeing optimal performance even in conditions of intense shock and vibration.


Featured Technologies
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A standard for road vehicles to ensure that they are well-equipped to handle conditions they may encounter on the road such as shock and vibration, including thermal shock.
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An epoxy resin fill used on storage and memory modules that prevents solder joints from coming loose, thereby making them more shock-resistant.
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Storage and memory products that can withstand wider than typical temperature range, operating from -40˚C~85˚C.
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A function protects the firmware against power outage by providing extra power during such events to complete the saving of data and thus prevent any data loss.