Volvo Technical Development Corporation starts up CAN to Bluetooth research using KVASER WAVEcan

Volvo Technical Development Corporation starts up CAN to Bluetooth @ research using KVASER WAVEcan. New technology reducing wiring in cars and simplifying diagnostics. Volvo Technological Development Corporation has recently started up a project for car diagnostics using the KVASER WAVEcan. WAVEcan is the first Can to Bluetooth. gate way giving the developer a unique possibility to profit on KVASERs decades of CAN to RF experiences. It also enables the user to get a quick start exploring the possibilities of the wire less technology offered by Bluetooth @. "We have chosen to co-operate with KVASER as they have a leading position in CAN as well as Bluetooth@ wire less technology," said Anders Karlsson, project leader at VTDC. "This product will shorten our time to explore the possibilities of implementation of Bluetooth@ wire less technology in automotive applications." "We are happy to get the possibility to co-operate with VTDC around this development, said Joachim Fritzson Marketing Manager of KVASER". As they are a leading tool supplier to the automotive industry and have a very strong know-how in the diagnostic applications." Kvaser, head quartered in Gothenburg, Sweden, is a company developing software and hardware products for advanced real time systems (RTOS-S), with its core know-how in the CAN-protocol. For more information see www.kvaser.com or www.bit.se. Note to Editors: For further information about this release or about KVASER, please contact: Joachim Fritzson (Marketing Manger): Tel: +46 31 88 63 44, Mobile: +46 70 264 67 76, Email: jf@kvaser.com For Volvo Technological Development Corporation Anders Karlsson (Project Leader) Tel: +46 31 772 41 97 Email: tu.06200ak@memo.volvo.se ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by BIT http://www.bit.se The following files are available for download: http://www.bit.se/bitonline/2000/09/18/20000918BIT00640/bit0001.doc http://www.bit.se/bitonline/2000/09/18/20000918BIT00640/bit0002.pdf

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