SHOW NEWS: New version of Vector CANoe software available

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Several improvements have been implemented in Vector’s CANoe software version 9.0, which is used for developing single ECUs as well as networks. This new version includes a revised operating concept, which simplifies initial use of the tool for beginners, and professional users will also benefit from a simplified menu structure.

The menu ribbon configured by the user improves quick access to frequently used functions. It can be conveniently used to control logging, signal generators and macros. In addition, important windows and dialogs can be added to a favorites list. From the ribbon, the user can also insert important analysis windows – such as Trace, Graphic or Data Windows – into the measurement setup.

CANoe version 9.0 also supports the functional mock-up interface (FMI), which is an open standard for exchanging simulation models (FMUs) between the tools of various manufacturers. CANoe can import and simulate FMUs as well as export them. FMU export is especially helpful for making connections between CANoe and other tools in an easy way and via a standardized interface.

Find out more at Automotive Testing Expo Europe 2016, which takes place on May 31-June 2, 2016, at Messe Stuttgart, Germany. Vector Informatik will be exhibiting at stand 1830.

May 5, 2016

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