16th international CAN Conference

The 16th iCC took place at the historical Town Hall in Nuremberg (Germany) on March 07 and 08, 2017. This conference is a platform for lecturing on CAN-based research and for sharing experiences with CAN experts and the opportunity for networking and showing the latest CAN products.

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


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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