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E-Training Introduction to CANoe

Offered by Vector in Stuttgart, Germany

Target Group
  • CAN Users
  • First time users of the tool CANoe
Goals
  • Overview of the main setup and analysis windows of CANoe, means of traffic generation, programming with CAPL and panels
Facts
  • Duration:
    • 6 Sessions, spread over severall weeks
    • 2 hours each
  • Maximum Number of Participants: 16 Persons
Prerequisites

The only prerequisite to this E-Training module is a basic comprehension of the CAN protocol, which can be obtained from the Vector E-Learning platform, which covers the CAN, LIN and FlexRay protocols online, enhanced by flash animated explanations.

Content

The E-Training “Introduction to CANoe” addresses first time users of the tool CANoe. During the twelve hour course a small number of up to 16 trainees will be guided through the tool in several sessions which can be spread over two weeks or more. The sessions build upon each other and comprise exercises and homework. The course is designed to provide an overview of the main setup and analysis windows of CANoe, means of traffic generation as well as programming with CAPL and panels. The E-Training will be held in English.

Organization

An additional introductory session will be held before the actual course starts. During this start-up session all technical questions will be answered and problems solved.

The trainees are connected with the trainer by bidirectional audio-link, so questions can be posed and solutions discussed with the trainer. Course material and software can be downloaded via a portal to make it easy for the trainees to practice, to later look up facts from the training, or to obtain further information. This E-Training module is as close as possible to a face-to-face in-house training, but does not have the disadvantages of consuming large fees and taking the trainees out of the work process for two entire days. Of course the participation will be certified by a written document.

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