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2015-10-21 Aberdeen, UK English  Register now
2015-11-03 Nuremberg, DE Deutsch  Register now
2015-11-10 Utrecht, NL English  Register now
2015-12-02 Nuremberg, DE Deutsch  Register now
2015-12-08 Oslo, NO English  Register now
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CiA Weekly Telegraph and CiA service information

The CiA Weekly Telegraph is a periodical email informing you about the latest headlines in the CAN Newsletter Online. In addition, it contains new and updated entries in the CiA Product Guides. Quarterly, you find links to the articles published in the CAN Newsletter magazine. There is also a link to download the entire magazine.

The CiA service information is sent event-driven by email. It provides information about seminars and conferences, new CiA groups, CiA participation in fairs, and many other useful news about CiA activities.

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CANopen subsea seminars

The CiA 443 profile for SIIS level-2 devices is used in so-called “Christmas trees” installed on the ocean ground. They comprise redundant controllers and simple as well as complex meters and injectors.

The seminar provides general information about CANopen communication services and dedicated knowledge about the CANopen profile for subsea equipment.

In 2015, two seminars are scheduled: the first in Aberdeen, United Kingdom (2015-10-21), the second in Oslo, Norway (2015-12-08).

More information on CiA 443 is available on the CAN Newsletter Online and in the iCC proceedings (search for subsea).

CANopen SIG "ODX" inauguration

On November 11, 2015, CiA inaugurates a new technical group. Its focus is to map CANopen to ODX. For details please contact Sarah Follert (follert(at)can-cia.org).

CAN time-stamping

CiA’s Interest Group CAN FD calls for experts in order to standardize the time-stamping for CAN (FD). A first meeting is scheduled on November 6, in Nuremberg. For details please contact Sarah Follert (follert(at)can-cia.org).

CAN FD plug-fests

In February, CiA organizes the next (ISO) CAN FD plug-fest. One plug-fest will take place in Nuremberg (Germany) and another one in Detroit (USA). Interested parties should contact Sarah Follert (follert(at)can-cia.org) for details.

Further community news

Software engineering

Women drive software technology: Lady Ada of Lovelace is regarded as the first programmer. Grace Hopper invented the first compiler and Margaret Hamilton coined the term software engineering. Unfortunately, in the September issue is no female author. Nevertheless, there are some interesting articles about software engineering. Two of them deal with ODX (Open Diagnostic data Exchange), an XML-based, machine-readable data format.

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If you are looking for CAN-related products, you could visit the CAN Newsletter Online and the CiA Product Guide. Both publications provide brief product information. The product guides are structured according to a nomenclature in order to make it as easy as possible to find the desired product information. The online magazine reports recently launched CAN products.

If you would like to be informed on published news in any of CiA’s media, we recommend subscribing to CiA’s Weekly Telegraph, distributed by email.