Rugged computer-on-module family for embedded computing in land vehicles and mobility introduced by Cognatec

Aug. 6, 2021
COM Express Type 6 computer-on-module has soldered RAM to resist shock and vibration, and can withstand temperatures from -40 to 85 degrees Celsius.

SAN DIEGO – Electronics manufacturer Cognatec Inc. in San Diego is introducing a rugged 11th-generation Intel Core processor-based computer-on-module family for challenging transportation and mobility applications.

Target applications include self-driving robots, trains, land vehicles, construction machines, agricultural vehicles, and other mobile applications in challenging outdoor and off-road environments.

The COM Express Type 6 computer-on-module has soldered RAM for high shock and vibration resistance, and can withstand extreme temperature ranges of -40 to 85 degrees Celsius.

Shock and vibration resistant stationary devices are another important embedded computing application area as digitization requires critical infrastructure protection against earthquakes and other mission-critical events.

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For price-sensitive applications, Cognatec also offers an Intel Celeron processor based variant that operates in temperatures from zero to 60 C.

The computer on module offers LPDDR4X RAM with throughput of 4266 megatransfers per second and in-band error-correcting code for single-failure tolerance and high data transmission quality in environments with electromagnetic interference.

For more information contact Cognatec online at

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