News and Events

Phytools becomes QSR for Kvaser

Washington, USA-based Phytools has become a Qualified Sales Representative (QSR) for Kvaser.

Kvaser exhibits CAN FD solution at CAN FD Tech Day Europe

Kvaser became the first independent third-party supplier of CAN FD modules to present a solution communicating with a Bosch CAN FD evaluation board at the first CAN FD Technical Day, held in Detroit, Michigan.

Blackbird set-up videos online

Two new video tutorials have been added to Kvaser’s YouTube channel.

Kvaser updates market-leading Leaf Light CAN interface

Kvaser announces an updated version of its well-known Leaf Light CAN to USB interface. Evolution of the successful predecessor sees galvanic isolation become a standard feature of the new look interface, which is sleeker than ever.

Linux Canlib now supports LIN

Kvaser adds LIN support to the Linux Canlib SDK.

Canlib v5.0 has been released

The latest version of Kvaser’s Canlib the software development kit is now available, adding support for SAE J2534 for vehicle programming …

Debugging a collision avoidance application with the LEAF Light

Students developing a collision avoidance system for a driverless car turn to Kvaser’s Leaf Light to debug their system …

Tackling telemetry with the Blackbird interface

‘High-Octane Motorsports’, a 50-strong Formula Student team from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg in Germany used Kvaser’s Blackbird SemiPro CAN-over-WLAN interface for on-track and in-race testing.

Memorator Pro records battery data from electric go-karts

A Swedish indoor go-kart racetrack has converted all its petrol driven engines to electric. A CAN-based monitoring system has been developed to assess battery duration and monitor performance, using Kvaser’s Memorator Pro to record the data.

Solar boat challenger uses Kvaser interfaces for telemetry

A team competing in the Frisian Solar Challenge needed a good quality CAN bus interface during component testing, as well as a PCI104 CAN bus interface for the on-board computer. Find out why the turned to Kvaser …