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Vector Technights

Vector TechNights

A wide variety of informative technical topics

Overview

Vector will host a series of TechNights touching on a wide variety of informative technical topics. The TechNights are casual – non-commercial events hosted by Vector that will take place outside of the normal business hours.

The TechNights will run approx. 2 hours from start to finish. All TechNights will be held on Wednesdays at 5pm.

TechNight Schedule:

5:00 pm
Reception of Customers (food will be served)
5:30 pm
Presentation (1 hour)
6:30 pm
Q & A
7:00 pm
Close
TechNight overview:

Download PDF

Your Contact:

Angela Ferrero
Phone: 248.449.9290 x 447
E-Mail

Venue:

Vector CANtech office
39500 Orchard Hill Place, Ste 400
Novi, MI 48375

Directions

Vector will host a series of TechNights touching on a wide variety of informative technical topics. The TechNights are casual – non-commercial events hosted by Vector that will take place outside of the normal business hours.

The TechNights will run approx. 2 hours from start to finish. All TechNights will be held on Wednesdays at 5pm.

TechNight Schedule:

5:00 pm
Reception of Customers (food will be served)
5:30 pm
Presentation (1 hour)
6:30 pm
Q & A
7:00 pm
Close
TechNight overview:

Download PDF

Your Contact:

Angela Ferrero
Phone: 248.449.9290 x 447
E-Mail

Venue:

Vector CANtech office
39500 Orchard Hill Place, Ste 400
Novi, MI 48375

Directions
Events in April
April 12th
Vector Loggers Hands-on Setup

Vector has a complete series of data logging solutions for nearly every application. Typical use cases for the loggers are standalone fleet logging, filter and triggering on data, gateway and diagnostics. Attendees will learn about these use cases as well as how to program and extract data. Anyone interested in learning about those topics should attend.

April 19th
Vehicle Networks – A Short History

A brief overview of how the auto industry got to where it is in vehicle networking. This presentation takes the attendees from the beginning of digital control systems for engines (circa 1975) through the growth years of 1980-2000 and a look into the near future of what may be coming. This is a refreshed version of the author’s previous presentation of the same title. Intended for those who have an interest in how vehicle networks have evolved over the years.

April 26th
CANape User Day

An informal open session to provide an opportunity for current or potential CANape users to meet with our local CANape technical experts for the purpose of discussing any technical questions they may have about CANape or related topics such as ASAM XCP, A2L, or Vector’s VX1000 high speed calibration hardware. Come join us to learn more about CANape!

April 12th
Vector Loggers Hands-on Setup

Vector has a complete series of data logging solutions for nearly every application. Typical use cases for the loggers are standalone fleet logging, filter and triggering on data, gateway and diagnostics. Attendees will learn about these use cases as well as how to program and extract data. Anyone interested in learning about those topics should attend.

April 19th
Vehicle Networks – A Short History

A brief overview of how the auto industry got to where it is in vehicle networking. This presentation takes the attendees from the beginning of digital control systems for engines (circa 1975) through the growth years of 1980-2000 and a look into the near future of what may be coming. This is a refreshed version of the author’s previous presentation of the same title. Intended for those who have an interest in how vehicle networks have evolved over the years.

April 26th
CANape User Day

An informal open session to provide an opportunity for current or potential CANape users to meet with our local CANape technical experts for the purpose of discussing any technical questions they may have about CANape or related topics such as ASAM XCP, A2L, or Vector’s VX1000 high speed calibration hardware. Come join us to learn more about CANape!

Events in May
May 3rd
CANalyzer Quick Start

Intended for new users of the CANalyzer software, or novice users interested in a refresher course. This Quick start will give you a basic understanding and overview of how to use CANalyzer to connect to a CAN bus, analyze the data, and log network traffic.

May 10th
Secure Authenticated Messaging on CAN

With the increased focus on connectivity and mobility features, modern vehicles have a vast array of attack surfaces that need to be protected. OEMs must implement a multi-level security architecture to achieve defense in depth.
The AUTOSAR Secure On-board Communication (SecOC) basis software module provides authenticated messaging functionality. This means the SecOC protects messages against manipulation or replay of messages. We will discuss how the SecOC module and the protocol it implements can be used for authentication and verification of CAN messages.

May 17th
CANape Quick Start

This 1-hour presentation is designed to introduce, explain, and demonstrate the fundamental concepts, capabilities, and workflows of CANape. New users will learn how get started with CANape quickly. Experienced users will be refreshed and updated on the basic capabilities of the tool.

May 3rd
CANalyzer Quick Start

Intended for new users of the CANalyzer software, or novice users interested in a refresher course. This Quick start will give you a basic understanding and overview of how to use CANalyzer to connect to a CAN bus, analyze the data, and log network traffic.

May 10th
Secure Authenticated Messaging on CAN

With the increased focus on connectivity and mobility features, modern vehicles have a vast array of attack surfaces that need to be protected. OEMs must implement a multi-level security architecture to achieve defense in depth.
The AUTOSAR Secure On-board Communication (SecOC) basis software module provides authenticated messaging functionality. This means the SecOC protects messages against manipulation or replay of messages. We will discuss how the SecOC module and the protocol it implements can be used for authentication and verification of CAN messages.

May 17th
CANape Quick Start

This 1-hour presentation is designed to introduce, explain, and demonstrate the fundamental concepts, capabilities, and workflows of CANape. New users will learn how get started with CANape quickly. Experienced users will be refreshed and updated on the basic capabilities of the tool.

Events in June
June 7th
Intro to CAPL

The goal of this Tech Night is to assist Vector’s customers in becoming more aware of Vector’s Communication Access Programming Language (CAPL). CAPL is an event-controlled programming language used for stimulating, simulating, testing and diagnostics. It allows programming of network node models (CANoe). It is also possible to use CAPL for problem-oriented analysis of data traffic or programming a gateway to exchange data between different busses. This Tech Night covers a discussion on what CAPL is, how it can expand the base functionality of Vector’s CANalyzer/CANoe tools, and other common CAPL use-cases. Attendees will gain the ability to increase the capabilities of the CANalyzer/CANoe software.

Prerequisite knowledge:

  • An understanding of the PC environment
  • A general knowledge of, or experience with, the C or C++ programming languages
  • Elementary experience with Vector’s CANalyzer or CANoe software
June 21st
AUTOSAR Adaptive

Further details on the AUTOSAR Adaptive TechNight will follow shortly.

June 28th
Intro to Ethernet Modeling in PREEvision

This session introduces the basics and fundamentals of Ethernet modeling using PREvision v8.0, from systems architecture point of view and AUTOSAR. Systems/Software Architects, Systems Engineers and similar professionals in the area of Model Based Design (MBD), will benefit from the topics and examples describing the architecture and design of Automotive Ethernet Networks using advanced modeling techniques in PREvision v8.0.

June 7th
Intro to CAPL

The goal of this Tech Night is to assist Vector’s customers in becoming more aware of Vector’s Communication Access Programming Language (CAPL). CAPL is an event-controlled programming language used for stimulating, simulating, testing and diagnostics. It allows programming of network node models (CANoe). It is also possible to use CAPL for problem-oriented analysis of data traffic or programming a gateway to exchange data between different busses. This Tech Night covers a discussion on what CAPL is, how it can expand the base functionality of Vector’s CANalyzer/CANoe tools, and other common CAPL use-cases. Attendees will gain the ability to increase the capabilities of the CANalyzer/CANoe software.

Prerequisite knowledge:

  • An understanding of the PC environment
  • A general knowledge of, or experience with, the C or C++ programming languages
  • Elementary experience with Vector’s CANalyzer or CANoe software
June 21st
AUTOSAR Adaptive

Further details on the AUTOSAR Adaptive TechNight will follow shortly.

June 28th
Intro to Ethernet Modeling in PREEvision

This session introduces the basics and fundamentals of Ethernet modeling using PREvision v8.0, from systems architecture point of view and AUTOSAR. Systems/Software Architects, Systems Engineers and similar professionals in the area of Model Based Design (MBD), will benefit from the topics and examples describing the architecture and design of Automotive Ethernet Networks using advanced modeling techniques in PREvision v8.0.


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Compliance:

Vector will bear the expenses of our events including hosting. Vector attaches great importance to compliance with the rules, also at our customers. We examine each event accordingly. On your side, please check whether it is compliant with the rules of your company to attend a Vector event.

Privacy policy:

Please be ensured that personal data is only used for customer administration and will under no circumstances be passed on to any third party. The form data is sent encrypted by default. You can send a note to us if you disagree with the storage of user data.

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