Embedded computing and data storage for first responders and encrypted data streaming introduced by LCR

NORRISTOWN, Pa. – LCR Embedded Systems Inc. in Norristown, Pa., is introducing the Featherweight COM Express embedded computing and data storage solution for demanding applications that require lightweight, rugged, compact compute and storage such as harvesting and streaming sensor and video data in the field.

May 18th, 2017
By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

NORRISTOWN, Pa. – LCR Embedded Systems Inc. in Norristown, Pa., is introducing the Featherweight COM Express embedded computing and data storage solution for demanding applications that require lightweight, rugged, compact compute and storage such as harvesting and streaming sensor and video data in the field.

Weighing in at 7.5 pounds and featuring COM Express technology, the forced convection cooled, customizable, featherweight COM Express single board computer system features a 6th generation Intel Xeon Core i7 (Skylake) mobile server and embedded processor with as much as 32 gigabytes of DDR4 memory, and dual DisplayPort outputs.

An optional graphics processing unit (GPU) provides additional DisplayPort and HDMI options and HD video processing support. The system also includes as much as 32 terabytes of removable and expandable data storage.

The system offers a choice of operating systems such as Red Hat Linux, Ubuntu, and others depending on licensing. Wireless/WiFi communications can be supported, as well as customizable I/O to support a variety of inputs, connections, or displays.

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“Customers have already begun to ask us about this system and are eager to use it for a variety of military and emergency response field applications,” says LCR Embedded Systems President David Pearson.

“From use as a portable base station for citywide emergency response to secure, encrypted streaming data dissemination from multiple UAVs, this system is extremely well-suited to any highly mobile, data-intensive field application,” Pearson says.

For more information contact LCR embedded Systems online at www.lcrembeddedsystems.com.

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