Smartphone driver assistance app
2019-06-11 VIA Technologies (Taiwan) has demonstrated a smartphone driver assistance app with CAN integration functions during Computex 2019.
2019-06-13 The programmable control unit (PCU) by Eberspaecher (Germany) enables an autarkic control for additional vehicle functions. One variant of the product comes with CAN.
2019-06-12 The JXM-IO-E30 expansion module by Jetter (Germany) is a universal and remote I/O node for self-propelled machines.
2019-06-12 At the Cimac 2019 congress, CMR shows on booth 120 it’s Niris natural gas sensor. They reduce consumption levels of natural gas-powered engines provided by the real time measurement of fuel quality.
Mixed-signal micro control units
2019-06-07 The STM32G4 MCU’s (micro-control unit) by ST combines a 32-bit Arm Cortex-M4 core running at 170 MHz with 3 different hardware accelerators. The CAN FD support will benefit industrial products.
2019-06-06 Seiko Epson has added two high-performance products to its lineup of three-axis accelerometers. The M-A552AC1 supports the CAN communications protocol while the M-A552AR1 supports EIA-422. MA-A552AC1 also supports CANopen.
2019-06-06 Inchron offers a tool-suite for CAN networks. It is designed to find sporadic real-time errors as early as possible.
2019-06-04 Renesas has introduced the RX23E-A MCU family designed for measurements of analog signals. The precision is better than 0,1 percent without calibration.
2019-06-05 Bosch supports flying taxis by its sensor box originally developed for automotive applications. CAN or CAN FD connection is provided as well as SAE/Arinc 825-4 functionality.
2019-06-06 Kvaser has announced that the Elektrobit Assist ADTF 3 software now supports Kvaser’s CAN hardware portfolio.
2019-06-04 CiA (CAN in Automation) member Infineon is acquiring CiA member Cypress. No details on merging the CAN micro-controller families are available.
2019-06-06 Kvaser has announced an upgrade to the EtherCAN (CAN-over-Ethernet) product line with the Kvaser EtherCAN HS.
2019-06-03 Star Cooperation offers interface cards for connecting automotive bus systems with test bench computers. The Flexcard PMC-II with extensions for CAN FD, CAN-HS, Ethernet, and Flexray is for universal use in day-to-day testing.