Electric firefighting truck
Providing 200-kWh battery capacity
2020-10-19 Rosenbauer (Austria) presented the worldwide first fully-electric firefighting vehicle on a serial chassis. The add-on equipment is interconnected via a CAN-based system.
Can newsletter magazine
2020-10-20 Micronova’s Novacarts Charger supports automobile manufacturers and suppliers in monitoring, charging, and discharging vehicle traction batteries. Thus, batteries can be made secure for transport and quality losses can be prevented during stora...
2020-10-19 The adaptive 3‑Finger Gripper by Robotiq (Canada) picks up objects of any shape. It can be delivered with CANopen and DeviceNet connectivity.
2020-10-15 Accurate Technologies (ATI) introduced the CANary FD interface connecting to a PC and allowing to acquire data via four CAN FD channels.
Embedded box PC
2020-10-15 End of September 2020 Axiomtek (Taiwan) released the Agent200-FL-DC fan-less embedded system. Beside others, it offers one CAN interface.
Li-Ion battery blocks
2020-10-14 Commeo (Germany) is a provider of CAN-controlled energy storage solutions. The energy storage block (ESB) is the core module of all company’s products.
2020-10-12 Infineon launched the Traveo II body micro-controller family for vehicle electronic systems. The chips offer up to eight CAN FD interfaces.
2020-10-12 Syslogic has announced industrial computers based on Intel Atom x6000E processors for early 2021. The company is planning embedded computers specifically designed for vehicle, IoT, and railroad applications.
2020-10-07 Kaspersky has announced the first integration of its automotive KasperskyOS into an electronic control unit (ECU) of an advanced driver-assistance system (ADAS), developed by AVL Software and Functions (AVL SFR).
2020-10-07 The company Control Technologies UK has taken over the distribution of Peak-System products in Great Britain.
2020-10-07 Ruggon (Taiwan) launched the Vulcan X vehicle-mount computer with a 10,4-inch display. It supports the J1939 higher-layer protocol.