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CAN FD special seminar (USA)

The CiA special CAN FD seminar is intended for decision-makers and engineers that are already familiar with the basics of Classical CAN. Participants are informed about the possibilities and advantages that CAN FD offers. Besides the CAN FD protocol, attendees receive information on system design aspects, implementations and the impacts of CAN FD on higher-layer protocols. Furthermore, CAN FD application fields are discussed.


  • Introduction into the CAN communication
  • CAN FD protocol in detail
  • CAN FD implementation
  • CAN FD physical layer
  • CAN FD impacts on higher-layer protocols
  • CAN FD application field
  • Discussion

Target groups

  • System integrators
  • Development engineers
  • Technical decision-makers

Required qualifications

Basic CAN knowledge

Dates & locations

Date Location Language Registration
2017-02-24 San Jose, US English  Register now


Without VAT
Non-members 350,00 USD
Early-bird 295,00 USD
CiA-members 245,00 USD

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Quick overview

1-day seminar | 09:00-17:00

Dates & locations


  • Classical CAN
  • CAN FD
  • CAN-related issues


You have heard about CAN FD, but you do not know all the details. In 2017 CiA organizes webinars providing an overview on the current trends in CAN-based networking. The CiA 2020 webinars address engineers that want to learn more about CAN FD and the impacts of CAN FD on physical layer design, higher layer protocols, and system design.

If you are a newcomer to CAN-based technology, you might be more interested in CAN-related basic seminars.

These one-day seminars are provided by our CiA trainers that have long experiences in educating CAN technology.