14th international CAN Conference

Eurosites République, Paris (France) was chosen as event location for the 14th iCC in November 2013, which was sponsored by Ixxat Automation (now HMS). The hot topic of the conference was CAN FD. Officially introduced during the previous iCC, the CAN FD protocol has been submitted for international standardization. The CAN FD related papers cover system and device design aspects as well as other topics such as partial and pretended networking as well as gateway and network design.


Session I: Keynotes
Chair: H. Zeltwanger (CiA)
Dr. M. Schreiner (Daimler): CAN FD from a view point of an OEM
Dr. M. Döring (Volkswagen R): Special vehicles – past, present, and future
Session II: CAN FD application
Chair: T. Lindenkreuz (Robert Bosch)
P. Decker (Vector Informatik): High speed reprogramming and calibration with CAN FD: A case study
Dr. G. Hickman (Etas): Speed up your calibration with CAN FD
Dr. C. Quigley (Warwick Controls): The potential of CAN FD technology to impact upon FlexRay
Session III: Network design
Chair: T. Ch. Schlegel (Ixxat)
I. Amato (Fiat Group Automobiles): BE/E-architecture exploration for multiple busses at FGA using a simulation tool
D. Lopez (Freescale): Convergence of bandwidth, robustness and energy saving challenges on CAN physical layer
N. Navet (University of Luxemburg): Quantile-based performance evaluation on CAN
Session IV: CAN FD device design
Chair: U. Koppe (MicroControl)
D. Leu (Inicore): Next generation CAN FD controller core
K. Lennartsson (Kvaser): How to implement and utilize high bit-rate in your system
F. Hartwich (Robert Bosch): Bit time requirements for CAN FD
Session V: Physical layer
Chair: L.-B. Fredriksson (Kvaser)
M.-M. Hell (Infineon): The physical layer in the CAN FD world
M. Kresta (ON Semiconductor): ECU with simulated partial networking functionality: An alternative approach to ISO 11898-6 CAN transceivers
R. Lieder (Renesas Electronics Europe): Cost and energy efficiency for partial / pretended networking on CAN
Session VI: Verification
Chair: D. Paret (dp-Consulting)
D. Bollati (C & S group): CAN FD conformance testing: Minimum requirement to safeguard interoperability
A. Lekidis (Verimag): A model-based design flow for CAN-based systems
Dr. H. Saha (TK Engineering): Analysis of residual errors and their consequences in CANopen systems
Session VII: Gateway solutions
Chair: Ch. Duhoux (Sodimas)
R.-A. Lima de Cristo (Aker Solutions): Characteristics of CAN for subsea equipment and description of a compatibility test method
G. Diaz (University of Paris 13): UML model of a gateway for the interconnection of IEEE 1609 and Controller Area Network
Dr. L. Rauchhaupt (ifak e. V.): Coexistance considerations for wireless CAN systems with safety requirements
Session VIII: CAN FD system design
Chair: L.-B. Fredriksson (Kvaser)
S. Monroe (Texas Instruments): Solutions of CAN and CAN FD in a mixed network topology
Dr. M. Merkel (Ixxat): CANopen on CAN FD
A. Mutter (Robert Bosch): Calculation of the CAN FD oscillator tolerance