Representing the largest industry specific show on the global calendar, ATI is busily preparing its biggest ever booth for the 19th Automotive Testing Expo Europe at Messe Stuttgart, June 20th – 22nd.
With over 330 of the world’s largest measurement, calibration and diagnostics (MCD) sector companies exhibiting their products, Accurate Technologies’ stand will feature demonstrations of the recently released VISION Remote Dashboard for Android and IOS devices and the firm’s patented No-Hooks / On Target ECU rapid prototyping software.
Hardware display highlights will include pre-production versions of ATI’s forthcoming CAN-enabled EMX DAQ modules and the firm’s latest A8 serial ECU interface which will soon feature the option of Ethernet connectivity for even faster data throughput.
In addition, ATI will display the ECM emissions sensors and mini-PEMS systems, as well as the UEI range which covers industrial and embedded control, data acquisition, logging and avionics.
Highlighting the comprehensive nature of Accurate Technologies’ MCD toolchain, the booth will also showcase two soon to be launched CANbus interface products from Kvaser (including a ‘hybrid’ CAN/LIN device) which complement ATI’s well-proven, agile and adaptable CANLab bus analysis suite.
An extension of Accurate Technologies successful test cell portfolio, ATI is now the principal distributor of the industry leading PicoTurn turbo speed sensors and conditioning boxes for the automotive market. ATI is pleased to be showcasing a new version of the PicoTurn turbocharger speed sensor - the PTCM - which debuts on sale in Q3 this year and offers numerous benefits compared to the existing 1G and 2G variants.
We would like to invite you and your colleagues to booth number 1542 to discover more about Accurate Technologies’ existing MCD software and hardware toolchain solutions, and we welcome the opportunity to discuss the exciting new developments destined to be market ready later in 2017.