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Travelling the 3022 km by road between Darwin and Adelaide, Australia in a car powered by the sun is not for the faint-hearted. Whilst a road trip from the tropical North to the Mediterranean-like South of the island guarantees generous quantities of solar energy, the journey takes in some of the most barren territory on Earth, providing conditions ... Read More
Standard solutions don’t always fit customers’ needs therefore, Like Kvaser, MicroMax Computer Intelligence offers a custom service, in addition to its standard range of industrial computing systems.
In powertrain, chassis or engine development, motorsport applications or other, it is often useful to be able to display live CAN data. With the right combination of software and a rugged, sunlight-readable display, engine parameters such as throttle position, speed, emissions, fluid pressures and temperatures, to chassis-related data such as wheel travel and speed, ride ... Read More
Kvaser’s resident pilots, Kent Lenartsson and Bryan Hennessy, paid a visit to AirVenture 2019 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin USA in July. With more than 10,000 aircraft in attendance, the international event plays host to every type of aircraft imaginable, including many homebuilt, vintage and sporting machines. Kent and Bryan, who arrived in Bryan’s rare triple tail ... Read More
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
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
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
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 now offers a wide range of car and truck OEM data capture solutions.
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.