CAN technology days 2019

(PresseBox) ( Nürnberg, )
CiA has scheduled two CAN technology days in Europe. The events are intended to discuss latest trends and developments in CAN-based networking as well as to share practical experience with other CAN users.

Dates & locations:

July 04, Paris (France)
October 10, Krakow (Poland)

The CAN technology days address the following topics*:

CAN FD lower layers:Introduction to CAN FD data link layer and physical layer
Future of CAN FD:CAN FD and potential CAN-based lower layer successors
Migration from classical CAN to CAN FD - based networking
Future of CANopen FD:Current status of CANopen FD, outlook of CANopen FD applications, and extensions
Future of J1939 based on CAN FD:Introduction to J1939-22 and the way J1939 may be adapted with regard to CAN FD
Future of CAN FD cyber security handling:Cyber security in the context of CAN-based networks
Functional safety and CAN FD:Introduction to current developments with regard to functional safety and CAN FD
CANopen & IoT:Introduction to already existing, standardized means that ease the integration of CANopen in the cloud-based applications

* Subject to change without notice.

Presentations will be held in English Language.

For CiA members the participation of these events will be free of charge. CiA non-members are invited with a contribution of 100,00 € towards expenses (plus German VAT).

To enrich the event with technology, put into practice, we are planning to offer a tabletop exhibition as an additional platform for exchange of experiences and networking.

One table will be charged with 300,00 € (plus German VAT).
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