The German company PEAK-System has published the handheld
device PCAN-MiniDiag FD for the basic diagnosis and fast
checking of CAN and CAN FD buses. The battery-powered device has
functions which show, for example, the termination, bus load,
message and error counters as well as the levels at the CAN
connection. In particular, for the first time, users can access
any CAN network in a matter of seconds with the innovative
transmission rate detection. More precisely, bit timing
measurements are used to determine the nominal bit rate for CAN
and the data bit rate for CAN FD.
The PCAN-MiniDiag FD can easily be operated with one hand due to
its compact size and fits into any conventional trouser or
jacket pocket. The device is suitable for service technicians
and developers who want to quickly access unknown CAN networks
in vehicles, machines, or industrial facilities and perform
simple diagnostics. The PCAN-MiniDiag FD has a D-Sub connector,
an OLED display, a membrane keyboard with four keys, and a
housing with increased IP42 ingress protection.
Vector and Lauterbach Present a Development Solution for Software Debugging over the XCP Protocol Stuttgart/Höhenkirchen-Siegertsbrunn, Vector and Lauterbach are offering an integrated solution for ECU software development based on the new ASAM standard "Software Debugging over XCP". It eliminates the need to repeatedly switch between hardware for measurement, calibration, and debugging.
Aukua is working to help Automotive semiconductor companies, Tier 1 suppliers and OEM Manufacturers leverage Automotive Ethernet so they can rapidly innovate with confidence and deliver new in-vehicle services and infortainment features, while improving safety with new advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).
Lauterbach are pleased to announce that the TRACE32
Tool Qualification Support-Kit (TQSK) has been certified by TÜV
NORD to ISO 26262:2011 for developing systems up to and
including ASIL D, the highest level. With deeply embedded
software playing a more significant role in our everyday lives
it becomes more important that this software is developed well
and is able to function as intended even in unforeseen
circumstances. To this end numerous software safety standards
have been developed for industries which where software failure
will cause injury or loss of life: automotive, medical,
avionics, etc. In many jurisdictions, compliance to these
standards is mandated.
Lauterbach is proud to announce full JTAG debug support for
VxWorks 653 Multi-core Edition, an ARINC 653-conformant platform
from Wind River, including the latest release, VxWorks 653
Multi-core Edition 4.0, supporting Arm, Intel, and Power
As a Gold Partner of Wind River, Lauterbach has committed itself
to support Wind River’s operating systems as soon as they become
generally available. To this end, working in close cooperation
with Wind River, Lauterbach extended its product TRACE32 to
include a comprehensive debug environment tailored to VxWorks
eI/O digital and analog I/O modules are cost-effective and
allow remote monitoring of I/O from anywhere on your Ethernet
network. I/O options include optically isolated and dry contact
inputs; Reed, Form C and solid-state relays; and analog inputs.
Choose from DC and Power over Ethernet (802.3af) versions.
emPack is a high-performance
software platform for embedded systems and Internet of Things (IoT)
devices. emPack is optimized for high performance and small
memory footprint and easily fits onto typical microcontrollers
without requiring expensive external memory, keeping the cost of
the embedded computing system to a minimum.
SEGGER's emPack is available in a
single package that includes the sources of all included
software components apart from the tools that are running on the
Getting source code for the whole software package enables
customers to gain better understanding of the software beyond
the documentation. Some linkers require additional assistance
from the developer to optimize the output for optimized resource
usage, this usually requires the availability
And again, PEAK-SYSTEM is expanding their CAN FD product
line and releasing the brand new PCAN-M.2 Four Channel card
for M.2 interfaces. Thanks to the mounted expansion board on
the main board, four CAN FD channels are available for
computers. Each CAN FD channel can transmit a maximum of 64
data bytes of a CAN FD frame at bit rates of 20 kbit/s up to
12 Mbit/s. Each channel is also galvanically isolated up to
300 volts and can be terminated.
The card can be used on any motherboard size from Mini-ITX to
E-ATX. Thus, the plug-in card is suitable for desktop and
industrial PC cases of various sizes. Especially for embedded
systems, such as those found in motor vehicles, railways, and
aircraft, the CAN FD interface is ideal due to its size and
Device drivers are available for the operating systems
Windows (10, 8.1 and 7) and Linux.
SANBlaze Technology, Inc. announced that it successfully demonstrated NVMe target emulation over RoCE and Fibre Channel at the University of New Hampshire's first ever plug fest for NVMe-oFT (NVMe over Fabrics).
The NVMe-oF Plug Fest was held during, June 18-22 2018, at the UNH-IOL facility in Durham, NH USA. Attendees were able to see real-world testing of NVMe over RoCE and NVMe over Fibre Channel on both initiators and targets using SANBlaze's testing platform.
"SANBlaze tools give users the ability to test NVMe over the full range of transport options, from NVMe over Fibre Channel, to NVMe over Ethernet with RDMA based on both RoCE and iWARP," said Vince Asbridge, President of SANBlaze Technology. "The SANBlaze emulation system for NVMe will validate the capability of a SAN or network infrastructure to carry NVMe traffic alongside FCP and Ethernet traffic, and verify the compatibility of NVMe with your existing equipment."
The SANBlaze NVMe platform not only helps customers test NVMe in their current environment, but also helps in the selection of which protocol or transport to choose.
For more information and demo of SANBlaze products, write to:
Phone: 080-6764 8888 (Extn. 35/36)
PEAK-System launched a compact USB adapter called
PLIN-USB for connecting a computer to a LIN network. The LIN
adapter is intended for service technicians for diagnosis of
LIN buses and for developers of vehicle networks. The adapter
supports the LIN protocol according to ISO 17987 and meets all
LIN specifications up to version 2.2. The LIN interface can be
used in master or slave mode.
“Serial to Ethernet, StablE" is an international
project contest for developers worldwide, powered by WIZnet.
This contest gives developers an opportunity to showcase
their skills in IoT innovation and competency.
We invite all contestants to explore WIZnet's new serial to
Ethernet device, WIZ750SR. Any idea or project submission based
on WIZ750SR will be accepted, because every project will enhance
the functions of WIZ750SR and empower its usefulness.
For contestants, WIZnet provides the standard firmware which
supports configuration of the device by Ethernet and data
exchange between serial and Ethernet under plenty of options.
Contestants had better use the basic software framework and add
only their idea on it. Of course, they can design their own
complete code from the beginning just using WIZ750SR as a HW
platform. It is recommended to use any kind of sensors,
actuators or any other devices additionally to differentiate
your project from others.
Submit your ideas during the first phase of the contest, May 16
~ April 20, for a chance to win a free WIZ750SR board to build
your project and win cash prizes!
Tesla owners are required to have the PCAN-USB adapter and
Tesla’s Event Data Recorder (EDR) Retrieval Program to generate
a PDF report outlining the findings from their electric cars’
Tesla is now allowing owners of its vehicles to access their
cars’ Event Data Recorder (EDR), commonly known as the ‘black
box’ of autos, through a set of licensed tools and software.
As noted by Tesla on its official help page for its EDR user
guide, all of the company’s vehicles save for the
original Roadster are equipped with an Event Data Recorder. The
recording devices are only activated once the vehicle senses a
non-trivial physical occurrence in the vehicle. Thus, during
normal driving conditions, the EDR is deactivated.
In the event that data logs from the EDR need to be accessed,
however, Tesla’s new set of proprietary tools and software can
retrieve data from the vehicle’s black box. The following
hardware is required to gain access to the data to the Model S,
X, and 3’s EDR.
A Windows computer (Mac OSX and Linux are not supported)
A PCAN-USB, which is a USB-to-CAN adapter manufactured by Peak System
The appropriate Tesla Model S, X, or 3 cable from the EDR Retrieval Hardware Kit
Intel Parallel Studio XE-2018 released.
Modernize Code for Performance, Scalability, and Portability
Deliver and scale forward with consistent programming for Intel® Xeon® and Intel® Xeon PhiT processors using Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 512 instructions.
Find high-impact, but under-optimized loops using the Roofline analysis in Intel® Advisor.
Accelerate HPC with high-performance Python.
Stay up to date with the latest standards and integrated development environments (IDE):
Full C++14 and initial C++ 2017 (in draft)
Full Fortran 2008 and initial Fortran 2015 (in draft) Python 2.7 and 3.6
Electro Systems Associates (ESA), a leading provider of protocol solutions and embedded development tools in India,
is pleased to announce its partnership with Aukua Systems, Inc. ESA will be Aukua's channel partner in India focusing
on the customers requiring Multigigabit Ethernet testing solutions.
SANBlaze Participates in First End-to-End NVMe over Fibre Channel Evaluation Solution at FMS 2017
August 8, 2017
SANBlaze Technology is being featured at the Industry's first End-to-End NVMe over Fibre Channel Evaluation Solution at Flash Memory Summit 2017. This innovative solution will enable the acceleration of FC-NVMe evaluations with proven multi-vendor interoperability
SANBlaze, Broadcom, Cavium, Cisco, NetApp, and Brocade are presenting the first ever demo of an NVMe over Fibre Channel end-to-end solution, comprised of Emulex Gen 6 Fibre Channel HBAs by Broadcom and a Gen 6 Fibre Channel switch by Brocade connected to an all-flash array by NetApp, with SANBlaze VirtuaLUNT software providing emulation and validation.
Benefits of ESA University Program
and Karnataka Education Funding primer
A ½ day seminar was conducted at Sir MVIT Engineering College,
Bangalore in June 2017 by ESA. The Seminar was presided by the
principal of Sir MVIT Dr. Kini and attended by a group of 45
faculty members. Mr. Bhooshan Iyer, Vice President- Business
Development and Mr. Sriram Sogal, ESA University Program
Representative from Electro Systems Associates Pvt Ltd.,
Bangalore delivered the seminar lectures.
We would like to invite you to participate in the Intel®
Parallel Studio XE 2018 Beta program. In this beta test, you will
gain early access to new features and analysis techniques. Try
them out, tell us what you love and what to improve, so we can
make our products better for you.
Registration is easy. Complete the pre-beta survey, register, and
download the beta software: