Eurotech Extends its Portfolio of Railway-certified Modular IoT Edge Gateways

March 31, 2020 Perry Cohen

Eurotech released the BoltGATE 20-31, a new family of Modular IoT Edge Gateway. The family provides a modular solution that addresses the challenges of applications for smart transportation

The BoltGATE 20-31 allows for configuration flexibility with a modular concept. Starting from the main CPU Module that can be used stand alone, and by adding all the Expansion Modules in order to take advantage of all the additional features.

BotlGATE 20-31 contains the BoltGAtE 20-31 module, the main CPU module, in addition to a set of expansion modules.

According to the company, the main CPU Module of the BoltGATE 20-31 is based on the Intel Atom E3900 processor and will be available in the following configurations:

  • Two Wi-Fi/BLE and Cellular LTE Cat4 Global variants based on 2 Cores or 4 Cores CPU
  • One MVB + Cellular LTE Cat4 Global variant based on a 4 Cores CPU

Other features include:

  • BoltAIR 20-31: Wireless units and an odometer input
  • BoltSER 20-31: Serial & CAN interfaces
  • BoltIO 20-31: Digital I/Os
  • BoltNET 20-31: Gigabit Ethernet ports
  • BoltSTOR 20-31: Storage expansion module

Per a press release, the BoltGATE 20-31 will be available in Q2 of 2020.

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