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A CAN interface or CAN logger can play an important part within an iterative test routine.
For non-boating experts, it may be a surprise to learn that boats don’t have to make that seasickness-inducing roll anymore!
LaValley is transforming the task of pipe handling with the help of our Kvaser Blackbird CAN interface.
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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.
Kvaser has donated a Kvaser Leaf Light HS v2 interface to Formula Technion, a student team from Israel’s Institute of Technology (the Technion) who will be competing in the Formula Student 2017 challenge.
A four-year electric road research project is being conducted in Sweden, led by Solna-based Elways, and funded by the Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket). As an alternative to overhead electric wires, or ruggedized solar panels that have been buried in the road, this project has developed electrical rails in the roadway that allow vehicles to charge while driving.
A world away from the manual-labour dominated models of 50 years ago, container ports have become intermodal transport hubs that work in an increasingly competitive business environment in which efficiency and speed are key.
Kvaser’s PCICanx boards are playing an important role within the world’s most powerful particle accelerator, CERN’s Large Hadron Collider. The ATLAS experiment uses several 100 of Kvaser’s PCICanx CAN to PCI boards to collect data from the detectors where sub-atomic collisions take place.
Cimco Marine Diesel has recently launched the world’s first high performance, high efficiency marine outboard diesel engine – the OXE. Find out more about how it was developed, using a tool chain supplied by Kvaser technical associate, Accurate Technologies Sweden AB.
Harbrick’s PloySync software uses Kvaser hardware to make developing the next generation of autonomous vehicles easier than ever.