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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.

Kvaser interfaces deployed by Faar Industry in Renault’s NEXT TWO project

French car manufacturer Renault has created a prototype called NEXT TWO that will be used as basis for the development of its next generation autonomous, connected vehicles.

Kvaser supports emerging autonomous systems market

Bobby Hambrick’s background is as an automation engineer. It was whilst working on industrial robotic projects that he recognised the potential of the emerging market in autonomous systems.

A communicating robot with Kvaser’s PC104+ CAN card inside

Kvaser’s PC104+ dual channel CAN card can be found in the computational stack of this high degree of freedom humanoid …

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