Electric vehicles (EVs) are a fast-growing part of the automotive market, with new models being offered by most manufacturers each year. Legislation in many states requires manufacturers to ramp up sales of Zero-Emission Vehicles (ZEVs) to 100% by 2035, the large majority of which will be EVs and plug-in hybrids.
Kvaser supplies CAN, CAN FD, and LIN interfaces and dataloggers that are used in test and development, diagnostics, validation, and calibration on vehicles of every type, including EVs and PHEVs. Vehicle Communication Interfaces, also referred to as a VCI, are used for vehicle system diagnostics and troubleshooting in a development or service environment. Either they are used to interchange data with the vehicle, or in silent mode to listen to the communications bus without interfering. As other interface standards are adopted by the vehicle industry, Kvaser will continue to develop and market high-quality interfaces and dataloggers to meet these needs. Kvaser is committed to supplying the EV industry with high-quality interfaces and data loggers that meet the ever-changing needs of this fast-growing industry.
Kvaser and partners toolchain supports UniSA Motorsport’s 2021 electric contender
19/02/2021| University Sponsorships
The Formula SAE Team of the University of South Australia, UniSA Motorsport, is continuing a relationship with Pi Innovo, MathWorks and Kvaser to help build its 2021 contender. Read MoreRead More