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Crystal Group showcases rugged computer for autonomous driving

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Crystal Group, a designer/manufacturer of rugged computer hardware, will highlight its rugged computer for autonomous driving systems and IoT applications at the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International's XPONENTIAL, May 9-11, 2017, in booth #1516 at the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center in Dallas, Texas.

As an Intel Technology Platinum Provider, Crystal Group adheres closely to the Intel Roadmap to bring the very latest innovations to aerospace and defense, automotive, commercial, industrial, and other discerning customers quickly and efficiently. Crystal Group and its broad portfolio of ruggedized, field-tested products put powerful IoT and unmanned technologies within reach of applications used in harsh environments "“ whether land, sea, air, or space "“ where traditional computer hardware would be destroyed.

Crystal Group's RS363S15F Rugged 3U Server is powered by Intel processors, and is just one example of an agile and rugged system with applications for the autonomous vehicle market. The unprecedented reliability of this ruggedized server is critical to autonomous vehicle and passenger safety. Already leaders in technology of unmanned systems for the military, Crystal Group and Intel are working with additional major technology partners and leading automotive OEMs as part of the Intel Internet of Things Solutions Alliance to build systems supporting the robust sensory compute needs of the driverless vehicle ecosystem.

The RS363S15F Rugged 3U Server from Crystal Group provides high-performance computing and highcapacity data storage in a small size, weight, and power (SWaP) package with a depth under 15 inches (38.1 cm) to fit virtually any space. Several major automotive manufacturers have already selected and customized this rugged, safe, and reliable server for use in autonomous vehicles.

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