From Classical CAN via CAN FD to CAN XL

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The international CAN Conference acts as an unrivaled platform for presenting the latest CAN, CAN FD, CAN XL developments. Experts from all over the world and from most diversified application areas have met for years at this international event.

The conference is unique in its target group and it offers participants the possibility to become acquainted with the latest developments in CAN. The iCC is the event to present CAN-based research and for exchanging experiences with international experts from related work fields.

iCC program

Opening

12:30

Holger ZeltwangerCAN in Automation

Session I: Physical layer

ChairpersonHolger Zeltwanger CAN in Automation

13:00

The physical layer in the CAN XL world

Magnus-Maria HellInfineon Technologies

13:30

Characterizing the physical layer of CAN FD

Johnnie HancockKeysight Technologies

Session II: CAN XL data link layer

ChairpersonReiner Zitzmann CAN in Automation

14:00

Introducing CAN XL into CAN networks

Florian HartwichRobert Bosch

14:30

CAN XL error detection capabilities

Dr. Arthur MutterRobert Bosch

15:00

CRC error detection for CAN XL

Dr. Christian SengerUniversity of Stuttgart

CiA CAN Coffee (C3)

15:30

Chat with the speakers

16:30

End of day 1

CiA open-house technical group meetings

Keynote

ChairpersonHolger Zeltwanger CAN in Automation

12:30

Future of CAN from prospective of an OEM

Carsten SchanzeVolkswagen

Session III: CANopen testing

ChairpersonUwe Koppe MicroControl

13:15

A new approach for simulating and testing of CANopen devices

Mark Schwager Vector Informatik

13:45

CANopen FD conformance testing – today and tomorrow

Oskar Kaplun CAN in Automation

Session IV: CANopen FD

ChairpersonChristian Schlegel Christian Schlegel Consulting

14:15

A simplified classic CANopen-to-CANopen FD migration path using smart bridges

Christian Keydel Embedded Systems Academy
Olaf Pfeiffer Embedded Systems Academy

14:45

A theoretical approach for node-ID negotiation in CANopen networks

Alexander Philipp emotas embedded communication

15:15

CANopen FD devices identification via new layer setting services (LSS)

Yao Yao CAN in Automation

CiA CAN Coffee (C3)

15:45

Chat with the speakers

CiA open-house technical group meeting

18:00

End of day 2

CiA webinars

9:00

Interoperability of CAN XL & CAN FD

Dr. Arthur Mutter Robert Bosch

10:00

CAN FD a Vitamin Shot for SAE J1939

Peter Fellmeth Vector Informatik

11:00

Migration from classic CANopen to CANopen FD

Alexander Philipp emotas embedded communication
Torsten Gedenk emotas embedded communication

Session V: CAN FD lower layers

ChairpersonDr. Frank Deicke Fraunhofer IPMS

12:30

CAN signal improvement and designing 5-Mbit/s networks

Tony Adamson NXP Semiconductors Netherlands

13:00

A leightweight communication bus based on CAN FD for data exchange with small monolithic actuators and sensors

Fred Rennig ST Microelectronics

13:30

Improved CAN-driver

Kent LennartssonKvaser

Session VI: Engineering

ChairpersonKent Lennartsson Kvaser

14:00

Designing a CAN-to-TSN Ethernet gateway

Nikos Zervas CAST

14:30

Automated workflow for generation of CANopen system monitoring graphical user interfaces (GUI)

Dr. Heikki Saha TK Engineering

15:00

Benchmarking of CAN systems using the physical layer – car, truck, and marine case studies

Dr. Christopher Quigley Warwick Control Technologies

CiA CAN Coffee (C3)

15:30

Chat with the speakers

16:30

End of day 3

CiA webinars

9:00

CAN physical layer options

Magnus Maria Hell Infineon Technologies

10:00

CAN XL and PWM coding

Matthias Muth NXP

11:00

CAN FD topology simulation

Patrick Isensee c&s Group

Session VII: Security

ChairpersonTorsten Gedenk emotas embedded communication

12:30

Embedded security recap

Thilo SchumannCAN in Automation

13:00

Achieving multi-level CAN (FD) security by complementing available technologies

Olaf Pfeiffer Embedded Systems Academy

13:30

CAN XL made secure

Donjetë Elshani Infineon Technologies
Vivin Richards Infineon Technologies
Harald Zweck Infineon Technologies

Session VIII: CAN XL higher layers

ChairpersonDr. Arthur Mutter Rober Bosch

14:00

IP concepts on CAN XL

Peter Decker Vector Informatik

14:30

Multi-PDU concept for heterogeneous backbone networks

Christian Schlegel Christian Schlegel Consulting

15:00

Standardized layer-management options for CAN-based networks

Holger Zeltwanger CAN in Automation

CiA CAN Coffee (C3)

15:30

Chat with the speakers & Closing

16:30

End of conference

Program committee

Dr. Frank Deicke

Dr. Frank Deicke

Fraunhofer IPMS
Uwe Koppe

Uwe Koppe

MicroControl

Kent Lennartsson

Kvaser
Dr. Arthur Mutter

Dr. Arthur Mutter

Robert Bosch
Carsten Schanze

Carsten Schanze

Volkswagen
Christian Schlegel

Christian Schlegel

Christian Schlegel Consulting
Holger Zeltwanger

Holger Zeltwanger

CAN in Automation