CrossControl to display new HMI systems at Bauma 2019


CrossControl has announced it will be showcasing the next generation in technology at Bauma 2019.

A range of the company’s latest human-machine interface (HMI) systems will be on display. Included in this will be the firm’s new flat-front 5in and 7in display computers featuring projective capacitive (PCAP) touchscreen technology, optically bounded screens and best-in-class sunlight readability.

In addition, CrossControl will be presenting its 3.5in CCpilot VI display with multi-functional capabilities including video monitoring – something typically not possible on such a small device.

The firm will also be introducing its newest member of its CCpilot XM family of display screens powered by Intel’s Atom dual core with the arrival of its 9in PCAP touchscreen model.

Smart Connect enables easy integration of smart devices with your vehicle system, enabling hand-held user interfaces as well as lean cloud connectivity. Enterprise Connect provides OEMs with a full-fledged telematics solution, enabling Fleet Management services and Service and Maintenance support.

As part of this CrossControl will introduce the new CrossLink TG, an advanced telematics module that easily integrates with onboard systems. It comes with the same open and modular LinX software platform as all CrossControl displays, featuring ready-made components that shorten your application engineering effort.

CrossControl will be at Booth 326 Hall A2 in the Messe Munchen at Bauma 2019.

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