Kvaser supplies advanced CAN solutions to engineers designing and deploying systems in areas as wide ranging as trucks and buses, petrol-driven and electric cars, industrial automation, avionics, construction equipment, building automation, domestic appliances, marine, medical, military, railway, telecoms, textiles and more.
Kvaser has shipped tens of thousands of CAN interfaces and data loggers to customers in more than 40 countries around the world. Below, you’ll find testimonials from just a few of our customers.
Our Products Help Engineer Great Things
Electric Aircraft Tractors
Kalmar Motor AB, based in Kalmar, Sweden, was one of the first companies to develop electric tow-barless tractors (TBLT).
“CAN made it much easier to control the engine and retrieve relevant information such as engine fault codes.”
Kent Sjögren, Electrical Head Engineer for Kalmar Motors.
DAF Trucks' test facility
DAF Trucks uses Kvaser’s LEAF interfaces in its Engine Test Facility.
“Of all these systems, I find Kvaser’s interfaces the most ruggedised, the cheapest and the easiest to use. With standard USB connectors at either end, they provide plug and play functionality – a major advantage for Leaf, as some of Kvaser’s competitors’ connectors prove more susceptible to damage.”
Ger Schreuder, supervisor of DAF’s Engine Test Facility & Support
Nijkerk's video displays
Nijkerk Computer Systems chose Kvaser’s PC104+ boards for its video display terminals, which are integrated into tanks, light armored vehicles or airborne applications.
“Among the key reasons for choosing Kvaser products was the performance of the boards, the number of available channels and total bandwidth, as well as Kvaser’s support for Linux.”
Mike Hantson, Managing Director of Nijkerk Computer Solutions NV
CERN's ATLAS experiment
Kvaser’s CAN interface cards are used in ATLAS, the largest experiment running within the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.
“Kvaser’s initial form factor already fit well with our requirements. But following our suggestions, they made a new version of their board, which exactly matched our needs.”
Dr. Helfried Burckhart, who is in charge of the ATLAS project.
Atlas Copco simulators
Oryx builds simulators for drilling, mining, container handling, excavation and more. Kvaser’s PCI Canx cards are used in their simulation computers.
“We selected Kvaser as our supplier … because of their flexibility and the help they offered during the development process. Kvaser’s products offer great Linux compatibility, which is crucial because all our simulators are based on Linux.”
Johan Granström, Sales & Marketing Manager for Oryx Simulations AB
Dorna Sports' on-bike camera
Dorna Sports uses Kvaser’s Memorator Light interface and data logger to record data from an on-bike camera system, as well as data from the bike’s ECU.
“The logger has been working fine and is correctly collecting data during test sessions that can last up to 4 hours. It is proving extremely useful to us.”
Gerard Navarro, Dorna Sports’ On-Board Manager, TV Production Department