Special Industrial PC | HMI
From June 21 - 23, 2022, the embedded world Exhibition & Conference will take place again for the first time after a two-year break. The exhibition, which takes place in Nuremberg, is one of the most important trade fairs for embedded hardware and showcases the latest trends and technologies in the industry.
As a specialized supplier and manufacturer of industrial hardware solutions BRESSNER Technology will participate with its own booth. In hall 1, booth number 1-236, visitors will find innovative hardware from the segments such as embedded computing, AI and edge computing, internet of things, rugged mobile computing solutions and human machine interfaces. Managing Director Martin Stiborski summarizes the focus of BRESSNER's trade show appearance as follows: "In addition to our IoT solutions from Digi, our latest embedded PCs or the rugged tablets of the SCORPION series, we are focusing primarily on the AI edge computing segment at this year's trade fair appearance. In this context, we will be presenting a range of AI Transportables systems from our holding One Stop Systems. They are supercomputers that enable operation in harsh environments and therefore can be used at the very edge of the network."
New AI supercomputer for extreme automotive,
marine, and aerospace applications
With the Rigel Edge supercomputer, BRESSNER Technology introduces the new flagship model for transportable GPU-accelerated edge computing in ships, aircrafts, or trucks. Rigel is the first GPU-accelerated edge computing system of its kind to use the highest performance NVIDIA® HGX™ A100 4-GPU platform with the latest NVIDIA® NVLink® GPU interconnect instead of traditional PCI Express GPUs. Rigel is a compact and air-cooled hardware solution with a depth of 25.6-inch that fits in half of a 4U rack, making it about half the size of most other air-cooled quad GPU solutions. The small form factor is ideal for use in confined environments such as autonomous vehicle equipment bays, mobile command centers, under the seats of helicopters, or in the equipment bay of an aircraft, where two Rigel systems can fit side-by-side in a 4U rack.
Rigel Edge supercomputer