30 years CAN in Automation

The CiA international users’ and manufacturers’ group turns 30 on March 5, 2022. Beginning of this year, the nonprofit association submitted the 3rd generation of the CAN protocol to ISO for international standardization. Read more.

CES 2020 and CAN

During the Las Vegas tradeshow, some CAN-related news were released. CAN Newsletter Online reported about them.

IG J1939 online meeting

The next e-meeting is scheduled for February 17 (2:00 p.m. UTC+1). Main topic is the update on J1939-based specifications and standards. Guests are welcome. Please register by email.

Webinar on CAN in commercial vehicles

CiA invites to a free-of-charge webinar reporting about new CAN developments in heavy-duty and agriculture vehicles. It will take place on February 2. Please register here.

IG profiles e-meeting

CiA has scheduled its IG (Interest Group) profile meeting on January 18 (1:00 p.m. UTC+1). It is a Zoom meeting, in which the progress and open issues of CiA profile specifications are discussed. Members may register by email.

CiA office closed between the years

As usual, CiA office is closed between Christmas (December 24) and the new year. This includes also the CAN Newsletter Online editors. We are back on January 3.

ISO standardization

CiA is going to submit its CAN XL specifications (CiA 610-1 and CiA 610-3) for international standardization to ISO. Additionally, there are demands to submit also CiA 601-4 (CAN SIC transceiver) and CiA 604-1 (CAN FD Light) for integration into the ISO 11898 series.

Agritechnica 2022 canceled

The Agritechnica 2022 tradeshow has been postponed to 2023, because of the Covid-19 pandemic. CiA intends to exhibit at the Agritechnica 2023.

New J1939 documents

SAE has released a new version of the J1939DA (digital annex). It specifies new Parameter Groups (PG) and Suspect Parameters (SP). Read more in the current issue of the CIM.

CAN Info Mail December

The December issue of the monthly email service is online. It gives a little resume about the achievements in 2021 and a brief outlook on 2022 including planned activities by CiA. It also reports about new J1939 documents, the CAN Newsletter, and more.