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CrossControl to show new flat-front display computers at Bauma 2019

This year, CrossControl’s booth at the Bauma show, in Munich, (April 8-14) will showcase the latest additions to its product portfolio, including upcoming flat-front 5 in and 7 in display computers, featuring “PCAP touch interface, optically bonded screens and best-in-class sunlight readability,” the company says.

CrossControl will also highlight the next generation of small form factor displays, the CCpilot VI (pictured). This “defies expectations with its rugged 3.5 in display and robust dynamic multifunctional capabilities”, according to the company. “Use cases even include video monitoring, not something commonly achieved on such a small device,” CrossControl said.

CrossContol said: “And, the powerful get smaller as the CCpilot XM display computer series, with Intel® Atom dual core, expands with a new 9 in PCAP touch screen variant.”

Plus, CrossControl said it had reimagined the human machine interface of things into a fully-fledged platform for telematics. “Smart Connect enables connectivity between machines, displays and smart devices for additional control interfaces and to leverage supplementary communication options to enhance lean telematics,” the company said.

Enterprise Connect provides fleet-wide connectivity for geofencing, routing, data logging and diagnostics to provide end users and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) the data they need for the next level, according to the company. “As part of this, CrossControl will introduce the new CrossLink TG, an advanced telematics module that easily integrates with on-board systems. It comes with the same modular LinX software platform as all CrossControl displays, featuring ready-made components that shorten your application engineering effort,” the company said.

CrossControl provides OEMs in the industry with industrial I/O controllers, main controllers, cable harnesses and display computers. With these components, OEMs can design modular systems, easily configured for the automation needs of different equipment types, the company said.