CANape 16.0 simplifies ECUs and ADAS measurement and calibration

February 13, 2018 // By Ally Winning
Vector has added functions to its latest version of CANape to allow engineers to simplify their interaction with ECUs.

The company has allowed configuration files to be stored together in containers to speed up project transfer operations. It has also improved ADAS development, including the visualisation of sensor data.

The containers help transfer project files. All files are stored in the container, allowing the project to be handed over easily. Vector has also added a "vCDM" option to help with data management and improve data handling so that all users have access to the latest data sets and change tracking. Changed data can now be stored without using an additional tool. CANape 16.0 also helps measurement analysis by displaying sequentially recorded files as a continuous measurement. The software automatically joins sequential measurements into a continuous measurement that allows inspection as a whole.

The CANape software helps in LIDAR applications by capturing the data and displaying it as a point cloud. As well as raw data, LIDAR sensors from Velodyne (VLP-16, HDL-32E and HDL-64E), Ibeo LUX and Quanergy M8 are also supported. The Scene Window can be manipulated and also permits access to object recognition algorithm analyses and the results of multi-sensor data fusion.

CANape can be linked to Vector's vMDM measurement data management solution through the "vMDM" option. "Thermodynamic State Charts" - allow air conditioning and cooling system developers to view thermodynamic state charts such as pressures at specific volumes.

More information

www.vector.com/canape

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