ECS to Display New Applications at CES 2020

By Tiera Oliver

Associate Editor

Embedded Computing Design

December 23, 2019


ECS will introduce their latest technology and smart application equipment to provide complete solutions for edge computing, digital signage, IoT, IoV, modern classroom and so on.

Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS), the motherboard, Mini-PC, Notebooks, mobile device, IoT, IoV, and smart solutions provider, announces their participation of “2020 CES’’ at Booth No.: 40842, Sands Expo, Level 2, Hall A-D, Las Vegas from January 7 to 10. They will introduce technology and smart application equipment that, according to the company, provide complete solutions for edge computing, digital signage, IoT, IoV, and modern classroom.

Utilization out from Multi-functional Sorts of PCs

ECS is announcing the new LIVA Mini PCs and All-in-One PCs that can be useful for entertainment, offices, schools, banks, and transportation. As far as product development regarding Public Information Display (PID), the company is working on applications relating to the scenarios of information KIOSK, retail store, vending machine, hospitality, smart home, public security and children’s safety system.

ECS’s LIVA Mini PCs feature new hardware designs and configurations. The company will launch Premium LIVA series, LIVA Z3 Plus, and Z3E Plus, equipped with the latest Intel 10th Gen Core i processors and 802.11ax to support computing performance, and function delivering a way to complete tasks through voice commands with built-in Alexa. Another new LIVA Mini PC series is for pan digital signage from 0.6 L to 1.6 L in size. With added CEC, LTE module, mSIM card slot, multiple display outputs and dual Gigabit LAN in LIVA Q1L, Q1D and DH310 for product coverage.

Establishment in the Eco-system of Transportation

ECS is focusing on smart automotive all-in-one management, logistics, and intelligent EV charging system. Based on the previous experiences on Smart Cockpit, ADAS, Fleet Management System, they are now integrated into a telematics box to execute the activities and the information is immediately shown on the driver’s console for caution and notice, which simplifies the configuration among different devices and also collects and analyzes the data for the deployment of fleet management. To protect goods in transit and the status of the shipment, smart tag of each package box will transmit the signal and information to the control center via the gateway at intervals.

ECS’s smart EV charger meets international standards and is ISO 15118 certified for plug-to-charge, and according to the company, improve the charging process by the examination of the electricity status of vehicles. Users can find information on their vehicles using smart handhelds. When the vehicles are being charged, details and data will at the same time be uploaded and managed remotely through the cloud service.

Expending the Educational Territory

ECS’s Smart Classroom connects students’ devices, teachers’ devices, wireless access point and interactive whiteboard using the software platform, ikES (Inspiring Knowledge Education Software). Technology tools in classroom include students’ PCs, teachers’ PCs, content access point and IFP (interactive Flat Panel).

ECS will unveil a new 2-in-1 PC, EH20GM, powered by Intel Celeron Gemini Lake. Their Windows 10 education device gives schools tools like touch, inking and rotatable camera as well as the learning software, enabling students to use virtual simulations to carry out the scientific experiments. Through virtual simulation experimentation, teachers can use game-based learning to engage students in chemistry. According to the company, Smart Classroom solution aids in the interactivity and comprehension of learning.

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Tiera Oliver, Associate Editor for Embedded Computing Design, is responsible for web content edits, product news, and constructing stories. She also assists with newsletter updates as well as contributing and editing content for ECD podcasts and the ECD YouTube channel. Before working at ECD, Tiera graduated from Northern Arizona University where she received her B.S. in journalism and political science and worked as a news reporter for the university’s student led newspaper, The Lumberjack.

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