Automotive communication protocols are changing rapidly as users and systems are demanding more information to be available in-vehicle. This dramatically increases bandwidth requirements to support new functionality, interaction between modules, and “hungry” signals such as multimedia.
Starting with regulations implemented to reduce automobile emissions and followed by the growth of the semiconductor industry, electronics made their way into almost every facet of the vehicle. Within the last decade protocols such as LIN and CAN, have grown in popularity even as higher bandwidth protocols such as MOST, FlexRay, and Ethernet have become accepted standards in automotive communications design. Furthermore, it is expected that LIN and CAN networks will continue to dominate vehicle communication over the next decade.
In regards to the above demands at industry, this workshop will help you gain the insights of CAN Protocol & UDS ISO 14299 for (OBD) vehicle diagnostics systems.
Intended audience for this workshop are; engineers working on CAN & OBD systems, faculties & students who are perusing research or higher studies in the relevant area of the topics. Requested prerequisite knowledge of topics such as: C Programming, Number Systems, Digital Logic and Basic understanding of Communication Protocol.
Embedded communication protocols - UART, SPI & I2C - comparison
CAN protocol – theory, physical layer, arbitration concept & frame formats
CAN bus analyzer tool chain
Building simple can application using can training kit
UDS ISO 14229 Protocol
Introduction to different ISO standards for different layers
UDS over CAN
ISO15765-2 network layer for diagnostic over CAN
ISO15031 – OBD2 services
UDS based Bootloader specific services
UDS based Diagnostic Manager services
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