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Lanner Accredited with ISO 26262 Certification in Commitment of Expanding Edge Compute Platforms to Autonomous Driving - News

September 28, 2021

Lanner Electronics Inc. announced that it has attained ISO 26262 certification for automotive functional safety and reinforcing its initiative in developing edge compute platforms for autonomous driving systems. Lanner is committed to bringing their AI-accelerated edge computing hardware solutions that are designed to enhance the performance of perception, prediction algorithms for autonomous driving systems.


Lanner and ADVA Deliver Turnkey Offering for Intel Select Solutions for uCPE - News

August 25, 2021

Lanner Electronics and ADVA announced that Lanner’s NCA-4025 is now verified as an Intel Select Solution for uCPE with ADVA Ensemble Connector, giving communication service providers (CSPs) and enterprises a route to virtualization at the network edge.


How Cybersecurity is Shaping the Electrical Substation Landscape - Story

July 16, 2021

In the past few years, electrical substations have become a primary target for cyberattacks. In fact, it is believed that power facilities are targets for modern cyber warfare.


How Modern Edge, Wireless, and Rugged IoT Wireless Gateways Help Improve Smart Cities - Blog

June 14, 2021

The majority of IoT/IIoTs deployed in smart cities generate large sets of data, which can be perfect for many applications.

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AI Chipmaker Hailo Partners with Lanner Electronics to Launch Next-Generation AI Inference Solutions at the Edge - Press Release

June 01, 2021

Lanner’s Edge Computing Appliances, Combined with the Hailo-8™ AI Acceleration Module, Offers the Highest Performance, Lowest Power, and Most Cost-Effective Edge AI Hardware Solutions for Smart Cities, Smart Retail and Industry 4.0


Lanner Electronics’ FirstNet LTE Modules Add Redundancy to First Responder Networks - News

May 18, 2021

To address the high-speed broadband requirements of the U.S. government’s FirstNet public safety communications platform, Lanner Electronics has upgraded its V3S and V6S rugged in-vehicle computers with extension slots for FirstNet-ready Pigeon (PGN) modules. These modules, which are integrated onto a caddy, can be plugged into the aforementioned systems to add 4G or 4.5G LTE wireless connectivity today and 5G communications in the future.