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ADLINK Unveils New Driver Machine Interface Touch Panel Computer for Train Control and Rail Signaling

ADLINK Technology, Inc., a global provider of advanced Edge Computing products, today released its latest Driver Machine Interface (DMI) touch panel computer, the DMI-1210, designed specifically for train control and driver information display.

Powered by the Intel Atom® x5-E3930 processor (formerly Apollo Lake) and featuring a 12.1” (4:3) high resolution color display, 5-wire resistive touch screen and securable I/O interface, the DMI-1210 can be deployed as an HMI unit for driver’s desks, control panel for passenger information systems, surveillance system control/display unit or in railway diagnostics and communications applications.

Driver Machine Interface Touch Panel Computer for Train Control and Rail Signaling
The DMI-1210 is an EN 50155 certificated system that further strengthens ADLINK’s extensive rugged, cost-effective COTS portfolio for the rail industry

Driver Machine Interface Touch Panel Computer for Train Control and Rail Signaling

The DMI-1210 is an EN 50155 certificated, cost-effective, commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) driver interface that offers train radio display, electronic timetable, and diagnostic display functions and additional functionality such as train data recorder. The DMI-1210 supports full range DC power input from +16.8V to +137.5V DC. Optional MVB, GNSS, 3G/LTE, WLAN, and Bluetooth through add-on modules give system integrators the necessary tools to expand use case possibilities. With ADLINK’s built-in Smart Embedded Management Agent (SEMA) management and status LEDs on the front panel, the DMI-1210 provides easy and effective health monitoring and system maintenance. In addition, system robustness and reliability are provided by careful component selection for extended temperature operation, isolated I/Os, conformal coated circuit boards, securable I/O connectors and high ingress protection rating (IP65 front, IP42 rear).

Crystal Tseng, ADLINK senior product manager, said:

“By leveraging more than 20 years of expertise in developing highly reliable and available embedded computing systems, ADLINK is a premier supplier to the rail market, enabling both wayside and onboard applications, such as Communications Based Train Control (CBTC), Automatic Train Protection (ATP), Automatic Train Operation (ATO), Automatic Train Supervision (ATS), Computer Based Interlocking (CBI) and Train Control Center (TCC), Passenger Information, and Passenger Wi-Fi. We offer not only a field-proven, cost-effective and extensive COTS portfolio, but also a variety of fast time-to-market custom solutions with best-in-class ODM capabilities”

“The addition of the DMI-1210 further strengthens our EN 50155-compliant product portfolio and enables us to better serve our customers with its superior reliability and versatility. By leveraging our long-standing strategic partnerships with major processor and software vendors, we ensure best practices in lifecycle management and product obsolescence to deliver the supply longevity required by the industry. ADLINK offers design services in every major geographic region, benefiting customers with increased responsiveness, short delivery lead-time and ease of doing business.”

Designed to meet harsh operating requirements, ADLINK’s industry standard compliant, rugged product portfolio provides customers with a great level of flexibility in technology and roadmap planning. ADLINK focuses on continued development to build an even more comprehensive and cost-effective product portfolio to help customers effectively mitigate budget constraints while smoothly and seamlessly taking on technology migration and product integration. ADLINK is committed to helping customers gain competitive advantages by allowing them to focus their development efforts on differentiating end applications.

For more information about ADLINK’s DMI-1210 and other rail solutions, please visit the product and solution webpage.

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