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Oryx, a Kvaser customer that builds simulators for applications as wide ranging as excavation, mining, forestry harvesting and container handling, uses one or more Kvaser’s PCI Canx cards within the simulation computer of each machine …
Much information can be gleaned from a vehicle’s CAN bus, so where once OBD-II tools reigned, CAN dataloggers are now being requested in aftermarket automotive situations, including motorsport …
Kvaser’s PC104+ dual channel CAN card can be found in the computational stack of this high degree of freedom humanoid …
Engineers at Nijkerk Computer Systems needed CAN interfaces for video display terminals that would be integrated into ground-based tanks and light armoured vehicles or airborne applications. Nijkerk chose Kvaser’s PC104+ boards …
Kvaser’s Leafs can be found in the test rig of DAF Trucks’ Heavy Duty diesel engine test facility, one of the most modern in the world …
Kvaser’s CAN interfaces can be found in a robot that monitors the inside of a nuclear power station’s steam generator.
Needing to calibrate electronic control modules from different manufacturers that all used the common protocol CAN CCP, Ford Dunton needed a rugged CAN interface that could cope with the daily demands of in-the-field testing.
imagine a CAN network encompassing some 60,000 nodes or more over a distance of several thousand acres? Israel-based BrightSource Energy uses CAN to control and monitor its solar fields, with Kvaser CAN PCI boards ‘inside’.
Atlas Copco uses Kvaser’s Memorator to help troubleshoot a prototype 10-tonne underground loader for the drilling and mining industry, one of the toughest environments for people and machinery on Earth.
Kvaser’s PCICanx boards are playing an important role within the world’s most powerful particle accelerator, CERN’s Large Hadron Collider. The ATLAS experiment uses several 100 of Kvaser’s PCICanx CAN to PCI boards to collect data from the detectors where sub-atomic collisions take place.