Eurotech’s rugged “DynaGate 20-30” is an automotive-certified IoT edge gateway that runs Linux on an Apollo Lake SoC with LTE Cat 4, WiFi, BLE, GPS, 2x GbE, and isolated DIO, serial, and CAN.
A week after announcing a BoltGate 20-31 transportation computer aimed at rolling stock applications, Eurotech has unveiled an “automotive-certified Multi-service IoT Edge Gateway.” The fanless DynaGate 20-30 runs the same Yocto-derived Eurotech Everyware Linux distribution with Eclipse tooling and Azul Java support on the same Intel Apollo Lake platform used by the BoltGate 20-31.
DynaGate 20-30, front and back
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Like the BoltGate 20-31 and other Eurotech computers such as its AM335x-powered DynaGate 10-12 and i.MX6 UL based DynaGate 10-06 automotive computers, the new DynaGate 20-30 supports Eurotech’s Everyware Software Framework (ESF), a cloud-connected, Java/OSGi based IoT middleware stack with remote management and fieldbus support. ESF’s web-based UI allows non-developers to visually compose “powerful