Board computer

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An on-board computer or on-board computer , engl. On-Board Computer System (OCS) is an embedded system used in vehicle , shipping and aviation technology. The device is used to monitor and display operating and environmental conditions and, in some cases, directly for navigation .

There are many types of on-board computers, depending on the purpose:

Individual evidence

  1. Tilo Uhlig: Board computer for combine harvesters. Agricultural exhibition of the GDR
  2. Ulrike Steiner, Kathrin Bürling, Erich-Christian Oerke: Sensor technology for a more precise plant protection. 2008
  3. ^ Gregor Nöcker: The paperless forwarding agency. LIT Verlag Berlin-Hamburg-Münster, 2002, ISBN 978-3825850524
  4. Bernhard Berking: On- board computer in modern ship operation: summarized presentation of the most important computer applications. In: Up to date, training on board. No. 49, Social Work for Seafarers Publishing House, 1993
  5. Ulrich Röhrl, Konrad Wilke: Development and testing of an on-board computer for use in inland shipping. On-board computer for barges (BCB). Final report published in 1998
  6. S. Boesso: Study and simulation of an on-board computer for a satellite. In: Contractor report. Vol. 70, European Space Research Organization / Organization Européenne de Recherches Spatiales, 1972