iCC proceedings on purchase

CiA has postponed the iCC 2020. But the information is not lost: The iCC proceedings are available from CiA office.

The iCC 2020 proceedings contain all 22 papers and the keynote speech. This publication is available in PDF format and can be ordered from the CiA office for 96 € plus German VAT (if applicable). The proceedings are watermarked with the customers name and are distributed by email.

With the income of the iCC proceedings sales, CiA hopes to compensate some of the costs caused by the event’s postponing.

Program of the 17th international CAN Conference

Keynote session
Chairperson: Holger Zeltwanger (CiA)
Carsten Schanze (VW) Future of CAN from the prospective of an OEM
Session I: Physical layer
Chairperson: Carsten Schanze (VW)
Magnus-Maria Hell (Infineon) The physical layer in the CAN XL world
Patrick Isensee (C&S Group) The challenge of future 10-Mbit/s in-vehicle networks
Johnnie Hancock (Keysight) Characterizing the physical layer of CAN FD
Session II: CAN XL data link layer
Chairperson: Reiner Zitzmann (CiA)
Florian Hartwich (Robert Bosch) Introducing CAN XL into CAN networks
Dr. Arthur Mutter (Robert Bosch) CAN XL error detection capabilities
Dr. Christian Senger (University of Stuttgart) CRC error detection for CAN XL
Session III: CANopen testing
Chairperson: Uwe Koppe (Microcontrol)
Mark Schwager (Vector) A new approach for simulating and testing of CANopen devices
Oskar Kaplun (CiA) CANopen FD conformance testing – today and tomorrow
Session IV: CANopen FD
Chairperson: Christian Schlegel
Uwe Wilhelm (Peak), Christian Keydel (Emsa) A simplified classic CANopen-to-CANopen FD migration path using smart bridges
Alexander Philipp (Emotas) A theoretical approach for node-ID negotiation in CANopen networks
Yao Yao (CiA) CANopen FD devices identification via new layer setting services (LSS)
Session V: CAN FD lower layers
Chairperson: Dr. Frank Deicke (Fraunhofer IPMS)
Tony Adamson, Axel Engelhard (NXP) CAN signal improvement and designing 5-Mbit/s networks
Fred Rennig (ST Microelectronics) A lightweight communication bus based on CAN FD for data exchange with small monolithic actuators and sensors
Kent Lennartsson (Kvaser) Improved CAN-driver
Session VI: Engineering
Chairperson: Kent Lennartsson (Kvaser)
Nikos Zervas (Cast) Designing a CAN-to-TSN Ethernet gateway
Dr. Heikki Saha (TKE) Automated workflow for generation of CANopen system monitoring graphical user interface (GUI)
Dr. Christopher Quigley (Warwick) Benchmarking of CAN systems using the physical layer – car, truck, and, marine case studies
Session VII: Security
Chairperson: Torsten Gedenk (Emotas)
Thilo Schumann (CiA) Embedded security recap
Prof. Dr. Axel Sikora (Hochschule Offenburg), Georg Olma (NXP), Olaf Pfeiffer (Emsa) Achieving multi-level CAN (FD) security by complementing available technologies
Donjete Elshani, Vivin Richards (Infineon) CAN XL made secure
Session VIII: CAN XL higher layers
Chairperson: Dr. Arthur Mutter (Robert Bosch)
Peter Decker (Vector) IP concepts on CAN XL
Holger Zeltwanger (CiA) Multi-PDU concept for heterogeneous backbone networks