In most cases, installing a capacitive fuel level sensor in passenger cars is a difficult task. The design features of the body do not allow you to insert the FLS
in the fuel tank. In such cases, onboard GLONASS/GPS satellite monitoring controllers are connected to the vehicle's CAN tire.
The abbreviation CAN is derived from the phrase: Controller Area Network.
Modern cars and trucks are equipped with CAN-tires. The CAN tire provides two-way communication with various devices, so that they can be controlled and instantly receive information about their status.
With the development of telematics technologies, CAN-based solutions have been developed for remote interaction with vehicles. For example, for remote diagnostics, car security, and satellite monitoring.