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Tools for Troubleshooting CAN and NMEA2000 with Warwick Controls

A walk through the tools and process used to analyse and troubleshoot the CAN bus portion of the NMEA 2000 serial network standard to the marine industry.

Automotive Test Expo China

The Automotive Test Expo in Shanghai, China concluded on September 22, 2017. The test and measurement show has been growing over the years in attendance and exhibitors, and we’re please to observe that this year also had the highest number of Kvaser Associate’s exhibiting yet. Accurate Technologies - Learn More Cardioo - Learn More  EAN ... Read More

New Software Release: Local timestamp and multiple triggers added

Kvaser has added local timestamp, multiple triggers, and a new timezone setting in the Converter library within Kvaser CANlib SDK.

Meet the Next Generation of Rugged CAN USB Interfaces

Our new interfaces are designed to handle real-world conditions in the field without missing a beat.

Kvaser CAN interface supports MathWorks Vehicle Network Toolbox

As one of the associates for MathWorks hardware support, Kvaser participated in the MATLAB EXPO 2017 China User Conference. Throughout the show, Kvaser demonstrated how Kvaser CAN interface hardware supports MATLAB and Simulink and contributes to a product design ecosystem that speeds the development of intelligent products for the IoT era.

Caterpillar uses Kvaser Memorator Pro 2xHS v2 datalogger for machine demo

A Field Application engineer for Caterpillar Oil & Gas, used a Kvaser Memorator Pro 2xHS v2 dual channel CAN interface and datalogger to record CAN data in a demonstration of Caterpillar’s C15 diesel generator.

New Software Release: Linux & Android Support

The Kvaser Canlib Android Library is now available for a select range of Kvaser devices, including the Kvaser USBcan Pro 5xHS, Kvaser Leaf Pro HS v2 and Kvaser Memorator 2xHS v2 and Pro variant. A virtual driver has also been added, allowing users to begin development before acquiring the Kvaser hardware. Note: Our Android development ... Read More

Build and install signed Kvaser driver modules

This is the second post in a 2-part series about Secure Boot and signing modules on Linux: Secure Boot on Linux systems Build and install signed Kvaser driver modules The first part was an overview of what Secure Boot actually is and how it affects 3:rd party modules. In this part we take a look ... Read More

Simulating coughs at altitude involves CAN

Bill Lindsley and colleagues from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health have developed a cough simulator to study how diseases spread and they’re using CAN to accomplish that.

Secure Boot on Linux systems

This is the first post in a 2-part series about Secure Boot and signing modules on Linux: Secure Boot on Linux systems Build and install signed Kvaser driver modules What is Secure Boot? "Secure Boot" is a UEFI feature that appeared in 2012, with Windows 8 preinstalled computers. All current Ubuntu 64-bit (not 32-bit) versions ... Read More

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