GPS-Enabled Data Loggers from Kistler

Kistler has declared the release of its high-quality data logger, Corrsys-Datron CDS-GPS model, which has an integrated global positioning system (GPS) for longitudinal vehicle status evaluation applications.

Data logger

This unique model is highly consistent with the other Corrsys-Datron sensors of the company, and provides 100 Hz frequency updates through GPS signal output employing CANBus module. The device can be fixed easily and rapidly on vehicles, and delivers precise measurements of distance travelled, height, time, absolute speed, latitudinal and longitudinal position, and date, as well as the system condition data involving the signal quality, number of satellites, and other factors.

The excellent and quality operation of this model accurately executes acceleration and deceleration tests, irregular brake-force balance monitoring, ABS brake testing, braking tests, tire validation, fuel consumption assessments, and fault evaluation of electronic control systems in other automotives. Apart from these functionalities, the units are configured with pre-conditioned driving maneuvers for carrying out longitudinal status evaluations.

When the model CDS-GPS is combined with suitable Kistler sensors and devices, such as sideslip angular sensors, rotational speed sensors, pressure transducers, wheel force transducers, and accelerometers, it can be used for extended transversal testing of the vehicle conditions.



Please use one of the following formats to cite this article in your essay, paper or report:

  • APA

    Kistler Instruments Limited. (2019, February 25). GPS-Enabled Data Loggers from Kistler. AZoSensors. Retrieved on June 06, 2023 from

  • MLA

    Kistler Instruments Limited. "GPS-Enabled Data Loggers from Kistler". AZoSensors. 06 June 2023. <>.

  • Chicago

    Kistler Instruments Limited. "GPS-Enabled Data Loggers from Kistler". AZoSensors. (accessed June 06, 2023).

  • Harvard

    Kistler Instruments Limited. 2019. GPS-Enabled Data Loggers from Kistler. AZoSensors, viewed 06 June 2023,

Tell Us What You Think

Do you have a review, update or anything you would like to add to this news story?

Leave your feedback
Your comment type