At one time, the radio was likely the only electronic device in an automobile. Nowadays, almost all vehicle components have some electronic feature and the need for building robust in-car networks is rising. The control area network (CAN) is one of the most used communication protocols in the automotive industry.
This session will highlight the key aspects of communication in the automotive industry. Learn how to use NXP's Model-Based Design Toolbox (MBDT) and S32K144EVB to simplify CAN applications with only a few blocks: configuration, transmit and receive.
What You Will Learn
- Understand the basic concepts around CAN communication
- Learn how to create a CAN "Hello world" application, running on S32K144EVB
- Learn to configure and use the three basic blocks: configuration, transmit and receive
- How to use CAN interrupts and test a CAN application from PC using a CAN sniffer