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How to optimize in-vehicle data logging for performance and speed

In-vehicle data logging has a role to play throughout the development process - from development to after-market/service scenarios. Whether you need to analyse performance data during ECU development or investigate intermittent faults caused by individual components when the vehicle is in use, placing a data logger on the vehicle’s electronic network for an extended period ... Read More

CAN-Enabled Autonomous Agricultural Machinery at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln

We like to keep up-to-date on applications of CAN in the fields of autonomous vehicles and agricultural machinery, but we’re really excited about one of our university partners who is working at the intersection of both fields, using the CAN bus to develop autonomous agricultural vehicles. Santosh K. Pitla, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Advanced ... Read More

CAN Is a Smart Choice for Military Applications

A recent article in CAN Newsletter Online discussed the widespread use of the CAN protocol in military and defense applications. From military vehicles to drones to other equipment for soldiers, the military is increasingly relying upon tools powered by CAN networks. There were protocols developed specifically for military use of CAN when it became clear ... Read More

The Use of CAN Bus Message Electrical Signatures for Automotive Reverse Engineering

C Quigley, D Charles, R McLaughlin of Warwick Control Technologies present a method for reverse engineering the messages on a CAN bus using electrical signal clusters. Abstract There are many applications in which you may need to reverse engineer the Controller Area Network (CAN), e.g.: Automotive competitor analysis Telematics applications such fleet management Disabled driver applications ... Read More

Zuragon is capturing and analyzing synchronous ADAS data

Zuragon now offers a wide range of car and truck OEM data capture solutions.

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.

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.

Team SONIA’s Autonomous Underwater Vehicle dives with Kvaser

Have you ever wondered why 95% of the ocean is still unexplored? To begin with, it’s an extremely hard environment to survive in, which is why building an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle that explores and interacts with the ocean environment is a particularly challenging task. From pressure resistance, to artificial intelligence, every detail counts or an ... Read More

Tailored CCP/XCP solutions for unique customer implementations

For more information on CCP/XCP, please visit www.kvaser.com/ccpxcp/ For a detailed explanation of the difference between CCP and XCP, please visit ‘The Move from ASAM CCP to XCP Communication Protocol’ whitepaper.

Link CCP/XCP page

For more information on CCP/XCP, please visit www.kvaser.com/ccpxcp/

Difference between CCP and XCP from ATI

For a detailed explanation of the difference between CCP and XCP, please visit ‘The Move from ASAM CCP to XCP Communication Protocol’ whitepaper.

Buckeye Current tackles Pikes Peak with Kvaser Memorator Pro on-board

Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (PPIHC) is the second oldest race event in the USA and is widely regarded as one of the ultimate tests of vehicle engineering prowess and driver ability. With 2016 marking PPIHC’s 100th anniversary, only 100 entries have been selected to compete in this event. One of the entries is The ... Read More