CiA webinars

The CiA webinars provide latest technical as well as market trends in CAN-based networking. CAN-related issues (e.g. CAN XL-, CAN FD-, CANopen-specifics) are presented within 45 min. Attendees are invited to discuss open issues in the Q&A session, subsequently to the presentation.

These webinars are intended for CAN users or decision makers from all over the world. Typically, CiA webinars are held in English language. Some CiA webinars, specifically intended for users in China or Russia, are provided in Chinese or Russian language, as well.

Further information

  • Duration: 1 h, including a 15-min discussion.
  • Basic knowledge in CAN, as well as in the presented CAN-related subject, is being expected

Prices

The participation is free-of-charge. To receive dial-in data, registration is obligatory.

Dates

Topic* Date Berlin (CET) Chicago (CST) Tokyo (JST) Registration
CAN XL update 2021-04-13 18:00 11:00 01:00** Register now
CAN FD device design 2021-05-04 08:00 01:00 15:00 Register now
Interoperability of CAN XL & CAN FD 2021-06-16 09:00 02:00 16:00 Register now
J1939 and CAN FD 2021-06-16 10:00 03:00 17:00 Register now
Migration from classic CANopen to CANopen FD 2021-06-16 11:00 04:00 18:00 Register now
CAN physical layer options 2021-06-17 09:00 02:00 16:00 Register now
CAN XL and PWM coding 2021-06-17 10:00 03:00 17:00 Register now
CAN FD topology simulation 2021-06-17 11:00 04:00 18:00 Register now
CANopen FD update 2021-06-22 18:00 11:00 01:00** Register now
CiA 401 update 2021-07-06 08:00 01:00** 15:00 Register now
CiA 402 update 2021-09-21 18:00 11:00 01:00** Register now
DIN 4630 introduction 2021-10-26 08:00 01:00 15:00 Register now
Energy management options 2021-12-02 18:00 11:00 02:00** Register now

* Subject to change without notice.
** Next day morning time

Individual webinars

In these webinars, a CiA-engineer gives you information on a certain CAN-related topic that you have chosen. The individual webinars are intended for developers, who already have a basic knowledge of CAN and who want to discuss concrete CAN-related issues that are arising in a current project.