Moxa announces that its MPC-2240 marine panel computers have received the Red Dot Product Design Award for 2014 in the computers and information technology category.
The Red Dot design award is one of the world's most renowned and respected awards for product design.
Moxa competed for the Red Dot quality seal alongside 1,816 manufacturers, designers, and architects from 53 nations this year. The 40-member Red Dot jury tested and evaluated 4,815 products, with Moxa’s MPC-2240 marine panel computer selected as a winner for its outstanding design and quality.
The MPC-2240 is a sleek, modular, 24-inch flat marine panel computer for marine e-navigation systems. Powered by an Intel Ivy Bridge CPU, the MPC-2240 marine panel computers are built to gracefully handle the heavy graphic computing demands of marine applications such as ECDIS and radar systems.
Designed to reduce deployment costs and overall time-to-market by allowing convenient and rapid integration into a wide variety of systems, the fanless MPC-2240 delivers greater reliability over the long term when working through the heat extremes common in industrial marine environments. The MPC-2240 is certified by the most demanding marine standards including IEC 60945, DNV and IACS E10, and also available as type-approved ECDIS IEC 61174 models (on request).