The VIA SOM-6X50 help in deploying applications ticketing, signage and kiosks, optimizing the design and construction of the screens used in automated information systems and card processing sales.

VIA Technologiesrepresented in Spain, Portugal and Chile by Anatronic, Presented the VIA SOM-6X50 IoT Platform Acceleration card allows speed up the development of various projects Internet of Things (IoT) applications of digital signage, interactive kiosks and ticketing (ticket sales) automated.

"The self-service systems that offer customers access information or purchase items after touching a screen or through their own smartphone seek to improve the user experience, whether in a store or in a parking lot. With the new VIA SOM-6X50 help operators speed the design and construction of displays of automated information processing systems sales, which face stringent deployment requirements, "said Richard Brown, Vice President of Marketing International of VIA Technologies.

VIA plate SOM-6X50 is a system-on-module (SOM) ultra compact (6.76 × 4.3 cm), integrating a Cortex-A9 SoC VIA 1.0 GHz, provides an optimal balance between performance and multimedia functions in a flexible solution for a wide range of automation applications and HMI IoT.

Options I / O and expansion of display include two USB 2.0 ports, one USB 2.0 device port, one HDMI port, an LVDS panel of 18/24-bit single channel six UART, a camera input CSI, 10/100 Mbps Ethernet, eleven GPIO and SD Card slot.

Also available carrier card multi-I / O VIA SOMDB1 evaluation and may have a motherboard tailored to suit specific application needs.

The features of the VIA SOM-6X50 are completed with Linux BSP with kernel (3.4.5), source codes boot loader (bootloader) and a Tool Chain to adjust the kernel and support the I / O card and carrier VIA SOMDB1 other hardware features.

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