Here is how to travel in style.
This bus is out fitted with two Mobile Warrior computers. Creating two seperate zones in the bus that are sound proof from each other. The front system controls a 32" Motorized plasma screen in addition to a 7" in the bathroom and a 30" in the cargo bay for tail gate parties.
The rear system controls a 26" and 30" LG Plasma screens. A Verizon internet card is linked to a moddified Linksys router to provide 802.11b/g access for passangers with laptops and the two mobile warriors.
A Kenwood GPS 1 Dinn was used in the front in addition to the GPS Installed on the Mobile Warrior systems.
Custom graphics and software features where added to ESX Manager for this job.
Other features include a fully stocked mini bar with electronic control panel. The second tube on top of the sink is where the alchol is dispensed from.
More installation pictures are here
Thank You /////ALPINE
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Do you mean the electric awning or the TV that is mounted on the side where the cover is lifted?What's that thing on the side of the bus? Bring it to the meet
Don't think I will ever be able to bring something like this to the meet. I couldn't afford 1/10th of it.
isnt it a pioneer nav, not a kenwood?
The linksys router is flashed with OpenWRT, it is a linux based so you can load custom modules and configure the router in ways not available with the default firmware.
This router is setup to take the internet connection from the first mobile warrior and make it available to Wireless clients and the 2nd mobile warrior via Cat5.
I have one in my office with Asterisk installed, it handles all my phone calls with out any problems and is cheaper and uses less power then my old ITX setup.
Yes the nav system in the front is Pioneer, my bad.