Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) will introduce its latest technology and smart application equipment designed for solutions for smart living, transportation, modern classroom and more, at 2019 CES, Las Vegas from January 8 to 11.
The Taiwanese company will introduce the new generation of LIVA mini PCs, including the LIVA M520, which has a built-in Intel AI engine. The low-power device offers WiFi connectivity, RS232 and GPIO headers extension-all in a small form factor.
In addition, ECS has launched a new Mini PC powered by a new AMD CPU for multi-threaded performance, gaming and streaming. The company will also have on display its first PC with Amazon Alexa built-in.
ECS will also present a new product called "Sirocco": a battery-powered access point featuring a voice activated user interface that responds to users' questions and can be also used to control smart home devices at home.
Furthermore, ECS will present the "Whirlwind" AI display, which can communicate with your smart home kits across multiple platforms and simplifies monitoring and managing of your smart home devices.
In addition, ECS’s new AMA Bluetooth speaker provides high-quality audio but also has Amazon Alexa built-in. Besides playing music, the voice-controlled speaker provides information such as your personal calendar, news, radio, weather and more. The smart device can also control your lights and home automation systems.
In the area of Internet of Vehicle Solutions (IOV), ECS will present their latest Smart Parking system, featuring a 360 degree camera and ADAS peripheral products, which work along ECS' blind area detection system.
The ECS EV car control modules and charger were designed for an eco-friendly environment. Furthermore, the ECS Connected Mobility Solution offers various options for logistic management and covers multiple segments of intelligent transportation systems.
And ECS Smart Cockpit Solution integrates technologies and a driver-oriented human machine interface to create a seamless connection between human, vehicle and the road.
ECS’s Smart Classroom solutions combine collaborative learning technology with mobile devices. The company's Smart Classroom solutions include student devices, a teacher device, a wireless Access Point and an interactive whiteboard. These solutions are durable (76cm drop resistant) and IP52 dust/water resistant. They offer a retractable carrying handle, a rotational camera along with a stylus.
Last but not least, the CMAP (Content Management Access Point) is a WiFi storage device that allows up to 50 simultaneous connections in the classroom to stream video files, documents and data, allowing students to access educational content from anywhere, at any time.