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CANoe Training

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North America
Germany
AT
IN
Scandinavia
UK
North America

Class Description for Vector North America Inc.

USA, Canada, Mexico

CANoe Workshop | 3 Days

Target Group
  • CAN Users (controller development, motor vehicle electrical, test planning and execution)
Goals
  • Knowledge about the CAN network and characteristics of the CAN and CAN FD protocol
  • Introduction to CANoe including the use of the analysis functionality as well as saving measurement data, perform analysis of saved data, and use CANoe to send CAN messages
  • Gain the understanding on how to create and enhance rest bus simulations with CANoe using the CAPL programming language.
Facts
  • Duration: 3 Days
  • Training Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Maximum Number of Participants: 12 Persons

Content

This workshop provides knowledge to help you understand the essential principles of the CAN protocol. This class was developed with automotive CAN implementations as the focus, also covers real world of importance to those working with CAN technology for the first time.

The second part of this workshop provides knowledge and hands-on experience to help you develop CAN projects using CANoe. Topics include understanding basic CANoe components, designing CAN messages and data, developing a CANoe panel, programming in Vector's Communication Access Programming Language (CAPL) and example CANoe applications.

Module: CANoe Workshop
Duration:
3 Days
Target Group:
CAN Users (controller development, motor vehicle electrical, test planning and execution)
Prerequisites:
An understanding of the terminology and basic operation of electronic control modules is helpful, but not required, General understanding of the C programming language
Goal:
Knowledge about the CAN network and characteristics of the CAN and CAN FD protocol. Introduction to CANoe including the use of the analysis functionality as well as saving measurement data, perform analysis of saved data, and use CANoe to send CAN messages. Gain the understanding on how to create and enhance rest bus simulations with CANoe using the CAPL programming language.
Agenda
  • CAN Network
  • Overview about CANoe
  • Network Description - Databases
  • Measurement and Analysis
  • Data Logging
  • Send Options
  • Diagnostics
  • Simulation and Modeling with CANoe for CAN
  • Creating Panels and integrating them
  • Introduction to CAPL
  • Signal-oriented CAPL
  • CAPL for CAN

Class Description for Vector North America Inc.

USA, Canada, Mexico

CANoe Workshop | 3 Days

Target Group
  • CAN Users (controller development, motor vehicle electrical, test planning and execution)
Goals
  • Knowledge about the CAN network and characteristics of the CAN and CAN FD protocol
  • Introduction to CANoe including the use of the analysis functionality as well as saving measurement data, perform analysis of saved data, and use CANoe to send CAN messages
  • Gain the understanding on how to create and enhance rest bus simulations with CANoe using the CAPL programming language.
Facts
  • Duration: 3 Days
  • Training Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Maximum Number of Participants: 12 Persons

Content

This workshop provides knowledge to help you understand the essential principles of the CAN protocol. This class was developed with automotive CAN implementations as the focus, also covers real world of importance to those working with CAN technology for the first time.

The second part of this workshop provides knowledge and hands-on experience to help you develop CAN projects using CANoe. Topics include understanding basic CANoe components, designing CAN messages and data, developing a CANoe panel, programming in Vector's Communication Access Programming Language (CAPL) and example CANoe applications.

Module: CANoe Workshop
Duration:
3 Days
Target Group:
CAN Users (controller development, motor vehicle electrical, test planning and execution)
Prerequisites:
An understanding of the terminology and basic operation of electronic control modules is helpful, but not required, General understanding of the C programming language
Goal:
Knowledge about the CAN network and characteristics of the CAN and CAN FD protocol. Introduction to CANoe including the use of the analysis functionality as well as saving measurement data, perform analysis of saved data, and use CANoe to send CAN messages. Gain the understanding on how to create and enhance rest bus simulations with CANoe using the CAPL programming language.
Agenda
  • CAN Network
  • Overview about CANoe
  • Network Description - Databases
  • Measurement and Analysis
  • Data Logging
  • Send Options
  • Diagnostics
  • Simulation and Modeling with CANoe for CAN
  • Creating Panels and integrating them
  • Introduction to CAPL
  • Signal-oriented CAPL
  • CAPL for CAN
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