Commercial Vehicle

Commercial Vehicle Applications

With their special design and equipment, commercial vehicles are made for a specific use. This is both for the transportation of passengers and freight, as well as for pulling heavy loads such as trailers. They are used in a variety of sectors, however they are primarily used by the authorities and in the commercial sector, as well as in agriculture.

The vehicles that are used by the authorities include, for example, fire trucks and emergency vehicles. Tradesmen and postal workers use commercial vehicles to carry their goods, while in agriculture, they are used to transport food and livestock. Important figures relating to commercial vehicles are the weight, payload and the permitted trailer load. Different vehicles can be roughly categorized based on these factors. If a commercial vehicle has more than 8 seats, or its weight exceeds 3.5 tons, a special driving license is needed in order to drive it.

The possible uses of commercial vehicles are many and varied and include a variety of sectors. The conveyance of passengers and freight are included in the two larger main categories into which commercial vehicles are divided. Further categories include vehicles with add-ons and special vehicles.

Commercial Vehicle Categories

Add-ons commercial vehicle


Our CAN controllers are used to communicate with the base vehicle when it comes to annexes and superstructures. Data transmitted by the vehicle via J1939, such as speed or temperatures, can thus be made available to the builder.


Passenger transport commercial vehicles

Passenger transport

For all types of buses, such as Omni buses, small buses and articulated buses, passenger safety is paramount. Our control systems contribute a great deal to this by controlling the door lock or the mirrors.


Conveyance of freight commercial vehicle

Conveyance of freight

Freight transport focuses on the transport of goods. Due to the fully automatic control of panels on swing doors, our MRS modules can significantly improve the aerodynamic properties and fuel consumption.