16th international CAN Conference

The 16th iCC took place at the historical Town Hall in Nuremberg (Germany) in March 2017 and still had a strong focus on CAN FD. Beside device and system design topics, also papers about time synchronization, security, and functional safety were presented and discussed during the breaks in the tabletop exhibition. The CiA member companies esd, ETAS, and HMS sponsored this event.

The 24 papers presented at the iCC covered a broad range of topics, the participants exchanged experiences and knowledge beyond the traditional application domain borders. An important place: The tabletop exhibition enabling personal networking and seeing products, which will be released soon

Program

Session I: Keynotes
Chair: Harm-Peter Krause (esd)
Holger Zeltwanger (CiA): A personal review and an outlook
Christian Schlegel (HMS): The role of CAN in the age of Ethernet and IOT
Session II: Application
Chair: Holger Zeltwanger (CiA)
Bernhard Floeth (Opel): Using an enhanced condensed device configuration file format for CANopen boot-loading and/or device testing
Ana Antunes (Instituto Politecnico de Setúbal): CAN-based modules for A320 flying simulators
Jeremy Lebon (Vives): Remote controllers skid-steer
Ralph Knüppel (Airbus): CAN FD in aviation - a progress report
Session III: Semiconductor
Chair: Dr. Tobias Islinger (Denso Automotive Deutschland)
Tony Adamson (NXP): Managing the transition to robust CAN FD
Magnus-Maria Hell (Infineon): The new wake-up pattern for a robust system
Roland Lieder (Renesas): Gateway processor evolution in automotive networks
Session IV: Time synchronization
Chair: Uwe Koppe (MicroControl)
Florian Hartwich (Bosch): CAN frame time-stamping – supporting AUTOSAR time base synchronization
Hauke Webermann (esd): CAN send and receive with hardware time-stamping
Marc Boyer (Onera): Reducing CAN latencies by use of weak synchronization between stations
Session V: CAN FD
Chair: Magnus-Maria Hell (Infineon)
Dr. Marc Schreiner (Daimler): Introduction of CAN FD into the next generation of vehicle E/E architecture
Christoph Wosnitza (C&S Group): Interoperability challenges for CAN-FD/PN transceivers: Lessons learned from CAN high-speed interoperability tests
Uwe Koppe (MicroControl): CAN driver API - migration from classic CAN to CAN FD
Session VI: System design
Chair: Dr. Tobias Islinger (Denso Automotive Deutschland)
Torsten Gedenk (Emtas): Use cases and advantages of the XML device description format for CANopen FD devices
Manfred Brill (Schneider Electric): FDT, OPC UA, and CANopen - a compelling combination
Mirko Donatzer (Vector): Automated analysis for vehicle communication
Session VII: CANopen
Chair: Reiner Zitzmann (CiA)
José A. Pulido (Doga): CANopen, a key factor in motor control systems for seeding applications
Andrew Ayre (Embedded Systems Academy): Automated trace analysis for testing of CANopen devices
Klaus Rupprecht (Sys Tec): CANopen safety development solutions
Session VIII: Security and safety
Chair: Thomas Lindenkreuz (Bosch)
Bernd Elend (NXP): Security enhancing CAN transceivers
Olaf Pfeiffer (Embedded Systems Academy): Scalable security for CAN, CANopen, and other CAN protocols
Dr. Heikki Saha (TK Engineering): Systematic approach to maintain safety performance in the service of CANopen system
Historical Town Hall in Nuremberg (Germany)
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