ADLINK Unveils Next-Generation Railway Solutions

ADLINK Unveils Next-Generation Railway Solutions: AVA-7200, AVA-1000, and Passenger Information Display System (PIDS)

  • ADLINK introduces AVA-7200, AVA-1000, and Passenger Information Display System (PIDS), leading the way in railway technology.
  • AVA-7200 and AVA-1000 enhance safety, efficiency, and connectivity in railway operations with advanced AI computing capabilities.
  • PIDS offers selectable display solutions with ADP Tartan Technology, catering to diverse needs in the railway industry.

With a legacy of innovation spanning decades in the railway industry, ADLINK Technology Inc., proudly announces the launch of its latest products, including the AVA-7200 edge AI serverAVA-1000 train to ground gateway, and Passenger Information Display System (PIDS). These cutting-edge solutions mark a significant milestone in ADLINK’s commitment to advancing railway technology and revolutionizing railway operations worldwide.

Building on our successful experiences in both onboard and wayside applications, ADLINK’s latest solutions are designed to address the diverse needs of the railway industry. From real-time obstacle detection to seamless passenger information delivery, these systems are positioned to optimize safety, efficiency, and passenger experience across all aspects of railway operations.

Ryan Chiu, General Manager of ADLINK DMS+ & Rugged Computing BU, expressed enthusiasm about the launch, stating:

“The introduction of AVA-7200, AVA-1000 and PIDS solution underscores ADLINK's commitment to driving innovation and excellence in the transportation sector. We are excited to support our customers with transformative technologies that redefine safety, efficiency, and connectivity in railway operations.”

The AVA family of products, including the AVA-7200 and AVA-1000, sets a new standard for reliability, performance, and security in railway computing systems. These products cover a wide range of applications, including AI, 5G/Wi-Fi connectivity, and onboard servers. The AVA-7200, powered by NVIDIA Ampere GPGPU and certified with EN50155 & EN45545, ensures superior performance and immediate deployment readiness, enhancing safety and operational efficiency. Leveraging AI-powered video analysis, it enables proactive risk mitigation and enhances overall railway safety.

The AVA-1000 features a fanless design, durability in extended temperature ranges, and advanced TPM 2.0 technology, safeguarding data integrity and privacy. It provides uninterrupted connectivity for train-to-ground communication. Furthermore, its compact and lightweight design simplifies installation, making it an ideal solution for rail integrators operating in space-constrained environments.

In addition to the AVA family, ADLINK introduces the Passenger Information Display System (PIDS), a rugged display solution incorporating AUO Tartan Display Technology. Our solid collaboration with AUO adds even more versatility and reliability to the solution. With eight panel sizes to choose from and brightness ranging from 700 nits to 1500 nits, customers can customize their displays with different combinations of glass, coating, housing, and software support to meet their specific requirements. Furthermore, ADLINK is proud to be one of the few companies that produce 100% in-house, ensuring the highest standards of quality and reliability.

As the railway industry continues to evolve, ADLINK remains at the forefront of driving innovation and progress. With the debut of AVA-7200, AVA-1000, and PIDS solution, they are poised to revolutionize railway operations and set new benchmarks for excellence in the transportation industry.

For more information about ADLINK’s AVA series and PIDS solutions, please visit ADLINK AI-enabled Video Analytics Platform.

This article was originally published by ADLINK Technology.

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