CANoe Certification Training

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CANoe is demanded in the automotive and aerospace industries. Owing to its versatile variants and variety of functions, this software solution is used by OEMs and suppliers across the world. CANoe is used in analysis, simulation, diagnostics, stimulation, and testing. However, the CANoe Training enables its participants the opportunities to get introduced to this comprehensive tool and expand their knowledge of CANoe.

We, Multisoft Systems, are offering the CANoe training to enrich the knowledge of CAN and CANoe users. A team of highly experienced trainers is providing this training without charging higher training costs. Our training institute depends on interactive learning sessions and relevant practical exercises.

Upon the completion of this course, the candidates will be able to:
  • Using CANoe and CAPL for modeling and simulation
  • Characteristics of the CAN and CAN FD protocol
  • Application Area of CANoe as a measurement and analysis tool
Target Audience:
  • CANoe Users
  • CAN Users working in Controller Development department
  • CAN Users working in Motor Vehicle Electrical department
  • CAN Users working in Test Planning and Execution department
Prerequisites
  • No set of prerequisites is required for pursuing the CANoe training.

Module 1: Introduction to CAN

  • Electronification of motor vehicles
  • Primary tasks in bus networking
  • Standards and implementation
  • Node architecture, bus-connection and termination
  • Voltage levels & corresponding bit values
  • Physical failures

Module 2: Characteristics of the CAN Protocol

  • Addressing, message transmission & reception
  • Bus access method and arbitration
  • Message types, detailed description of the structure and functions
  • Increase noise immunity, neutralize errors
  • Error detection mechanisms
  • Error treatment & tracking
  • Motivation for the bit time interval
  • Relation of baud rate and length of the CAN bus
  • Synchronization and resynchronization

Module 3:CAN FD

  • Motivation for CAN FD
  • Message formats and structure
  • Larger Data Field and the consequences
  • Bit rate switching

Module 4: Data Interpretation

  • Messages, signals and network nodes
  • CAN data basis and CANdb++ Editor

Module 5: Introduction

  • Characteristics and application area of CANoe
  • Available hardware for CAN
  • License model and registration

Module 6: Start-up of CANoe for CAN

  • Configuration of used hardware
  • Creating a configuration in CANoe

Module 7: Measurement and Analysis

  • Introduction into the graphical user interfaces
  • Dataflow, measurement setup and simulation setup
  • Measurement and analysis windows for CAN
  • Filter and trigger blocks

Module 8: Data Logging and Offline Analysis

  • Recording data traffic
  • Employment of specific trigger conditions
  • Import and export of data
  • Data conversion
  • Analysis of logged data using the offline mode

Module 9: Send options

  • Interactive Generator Block
  • Replay Block

Module 10: Introduction to Simulation and Modeling

  • Simulation and Modeling in the development process
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  • Signal Server Concept and Interaction Layer
  • Overview of OEM extensions

Module 11: Simulation and Modeling with CANoe for CAN

  • Creating a configuration for simulation and modeling
  • System Panel, Nodes and Network Panels
  • Generate signal runs with signal generators

Module 12: Creating Panels and integrating them

  • Introduction to the Panel Designer
  • Creating display and control panels
  • Integrating panels in CANoe
  • Panels in combination with signal generators

Module 13: Introduction to CAPL

  • Usage of CAPL
  • Introduction to the CAPL browser
  • Network nodes and program nodes
  • Variables, operators, conditions and loops

Module 14: Signal Oriented CAPL

  • CAPL with Signal Server and Interaction Layer
  • Controlling network nodes
  • Signal manipulation with CAPL
  • System and environment variables
  • Working with timers

Module 15: CAPL for CAN

  • Introduction to message oriented CAPL
  • Message analysis with CAPL
  • Event procedures for CAN
  • Functions for CAN

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