MTA introduced their Giotto and Giotto K displays, two off-the-shelf products already programmed with basic software that can be implemented by OEMs using software tools that allow for detailed customization. The customizable displays use an Android-based software.
Giotto is a TFT touch screen display while Giotto K is a product that combines a TFT display with a side keyboard, for customers who prefer a more traditional approach in interacting with the display. Both products can be used as stand-alone devices or in addition to other dashboards or instrument panels. The manufacturer equipped the displays with an anti-reflective and anti-fingerprint glass. Special treatments, eliminating the air between the glass and the plastics, improve the performance under outdoor environments, increase ruggedness and durability, eliminate condensation, extend the temperature range and minimize light reflection. The materials and design solutions chosen come with an IP66-degree of protection.
The 12 V or 24 V powered products use the Jacinto 6 processor by Texas Instruments that ensures power-up time of less than five seconds. The displays are equipped with up to eight analog/digital inputs, up to two frequency inputs, two video inputs for cameras connection, two USB ports, one loudspeaker, and two power outputs. The two CAN interfaces enable integration into the in-vehicle network architecture.
- Dimensions: 240 x 145 x 45 mm
- Colour TFT 8” 800 x 480 pixel x 262k colours, with optical bonding
- Multitouch screen (up to 10 touch points)
- Power supply: 12V (24V optional)
- Protection degree: IP66
- Loudspeaker, RTC, Ambient light sensor
- CAN BUS, USB, Ethernet BroadR Reach, LIN, RS232, Bluetooth & WiFi (optional)
- Connectors 34 pin Tyco Super Seal, 2 Video IN Front glass with anti-reflection and anti-fingerprint treatments
- Android or Linux based device
SAE J1939 to Bluetooth Gateway With 9-Pin Deutsch Connection Cable
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