Embedded World 2020
2020-02-12 Emotas Embedded Communication has announced its CANopen FD starter kit based on a wide-spread micro-controller hardware and its own CANopen FD slave stack. The company is part of the Embedded World in hall 4, stand 117.
2019-12-13 At the SPS tradeshow 3S Smart Software Solutions has introduced its Codesys functional safety software running on Aurix MCUs by Infineon.
2019-10-25 New Holland Agriculture and precision farming aftermarket brand Agxtend has won innovation awards at this year’s Agritechnica 2019 tradeshow.
NMEA 2000 and SAE J1939
2019-08-14 Warwick Control Technologies (UK) has introduced J1939-based protocol stack kits. They support NMEA 2000 equivalent to IEC 61162-3.
Embedded World 2019
2019-02-20 At the Embedded World 2019 in Nuremberg, protocol stacks provider Microcontrol (Germany) presents three new features which are now available as standard equipment.
2019-01-14 Port (Germany) has expanded the support for additional micro-controllers for its CANopen protocol stack.
J1939 protocol stack
2018-09-20 Simma Software’s protocol stacks are optimized regarding software executive time and source code size.
CAN Newsletter magazine
2018-09-12 This is the third part of an article series about CAN security. It summarizes some of the discussions at CiA’s security workshop and the inaugural meeting of CiA’s Interest Group (IG) “CAN cyber security”.
Free CAN FD middleware
2018-09-05 Embedded Systems Academy (Emsa) published the first release of a free CANcrypt FD implementation for the NXP LPC54618 micro-controller. CANcrypt FD is a security middleware, providing authentication and encryption for CAN FD.
2018-05-30 Emtas and HMS Industrial Networks/Ixxat join forces and partners strategically. This includes protocol stacks, tools, and CAN hardware.
2018-05-24 Emtas (Germany) has updated its CANopen stack and bootloaders and supports now the dual-core Delfino micro-controller TMS320F2837xD with the integrated D_CAN CAN controller.
2018-04-20 The Code Generator presented by Microcontrol (Germany) facilitates definition and implementation of optimized CANopen protocol stacks. It supports CANopen according to CiA 417 (CANopen Lift profile) or CiA 1301 (CANopen FD).