May 14 and 15, 2024

Baden-Baden, Germany


The international CAN Conference acts as an unrivaled platform for presenting the latest CAN, CAN FD, CAN XL developments. Experts from all over the world and from most diversified application areas have met for years at this international event.

The conference is unique in its target group and it offers participants the possibility to become acquainted with the latest developments in CAN. The iCC is the event for presenting and discussing CAN-based research and experiences, with international experts, from several application fields.

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The iCC proceedings are available from CiA office

The proceedings of the 18th International CAN Conference are available for all participants of the conference, in pdf-format, free-of-charge. In addition to editorial corrections, this version of the proceedings contains also the paper contributed by Dr. Arthur Mutter (Robert Bosch) "CAN XL system design – about clock tolerances and margins for physical-layer effects".

At a later date, the proceedings will also be made available to a wider audience.

To receive your personalized PDF version, please send an e-mail to conferences(at)



iCC opening

Holger ZeltwangerCAN in Automation


ChairpersonHolger Zeltwanger CAN in Automation


From FlexRay to CAN-XL: Migrating real-time
high-performance networks into the future

Marko MochCariad

Session I: Network design

ChairpersonReiner Zitzmann CAN in Automation


Cable layout and CAN transceivers for higher bit rates

Kent LennartssonKvaser


CAN XL physical layer network design

Magnus-Maria HellInfineon Technologies


What information can eye diagrams provide for CAN?

Thomas StueberTeledyne LeCroy

Session II: Functional safety

ChairpersonChristian Schlegel CSC


Enhancing functional safety in CAN/CANopen
data communication for industrial machines

Thilo SchumannCAN in Automation


Functional safety solutions: SAE J1939-76 (CAN)
and SAE J1939-77 (CAN FD)

Travis BreitkreutzCaterpillar


Message end-to-end protection for small monolithic devices

Fred RennigSTMicroelectronics

Session III: Security

ChairpersonDr. Pavel PisaCzech Technical University in Prague


Security concepts with CAN XL

Peter DeckerVector Informatik


Security requirements for vehicle security gateways

Ben GardinerNational Motor Freight Traffic Association

John MaagCummins

Dr. Ken TindellJK Energy


Making marine applications based on NMEA 2000 robust to cyberattacks

Dr. Chris QuigleyWarwick Control Technologies

Session IV: Software

ChairpersonDr. Ken Tindell JK Energy


Linux CAN XL support and programming

Dr. Oliver HartkoppVolkswagen


Scheduling of CAN frame transmission when multiple FIFOs with assigned priorities are used in RTOS drivers

Michal Lenc, Dr. Pavel PisaCzech Technical University


CAN-based bootloaders: Advantages and disadvantages of CANopen, J1939 DM17, J1939 CAM11/CAM21, and UDS bootloaders

Torsten Gedenkemotas embedded communication

Session V: System design

ChairpersonHolger Zeltwanger CAN in Automation


Relation of throughput and latency in CAN and
PLCA networks

Christoffer MathiesenKvaser


The power of CAN partial networking in the
software-defined electrical vehicles

Mike van HaareNXP Semiconductors


Dual-modular redundancy for CAN networks

Uwe KoppeMicroControl

Session VI: Application

ChairpersonChristian Schlegel CSC


CANopen host controller – today and tomorrow

Reiner ZitzmannCAN in Automation


Use-case study: Automated testing of a CANopen
NMT server device

Carina HeinrichFriedrich Lütze


CAN-based body builder networks for commercial vehicles

Richard MoserPalfinger

Session VII: CAN XL network design

ChairpersonMagnus-Maria HellInfineon Technologies


CAN XL system design – about clock tolerances
and margins for physical-layer effects

Dr. Arthur MutterRobert Bosch


CAN XL in-vehicle network validation

Ayat Taleb Alashkar, Christopher WalkhoffC & S group


Investigation of CAN-XL EMC performance at car level

Frank SchadeVolkswagen

Program committee

Prof. Dr. Gianluca Cena


Magnus-Maria Hell

Infineon Technologies

Kent Lennartsson

Dr. Arthur Mutter

Dr. Arthur Mutter

Robert Bosch

Dr. Pavel Pisa

Christian Schlegel

Christian Schlegel

Christian Schlegel Consulting

Dr. Kenneth Tindell

JK Energy

Holger Zeltwanger

CAN in Automation


Take the opportunity and present your company as sponsor to an interested audience at iCC. CiA invites you to sponsor the 18th international CAN Conference 2024, in Baden-Baden.

Companies sponsoring the iCC 2024 appear in all conference materials, get free access to the conference and can take part in the tabletop exhibition. Additionally, sponsoring companies take part in the program committee.

For details regarding sponsorship, please contact CiA office:
Phone: +49-911-928819-22
email: conferences(at)

Tabletop exhibition

CiA invites you to take part in the tabletop exhibition. Take the opportunity and discuss your latest developments and solutions in the application field of CAN devices, software, semiconductors, and tools with experts in CAN-based networking.

Tabletop exhibitions complete the technical content of the speeches at conferences with the shown products. They are the place for meeting international experts, discussing new projects, and exchanging experiences. From the beginning the CAN community used the iCC tabletop exhibition as the opportunity for networking.

For details regarding the tabletop exhibition, please contact CiA office:
Phone: +49-911-928819-22
email: conferences(at)