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What to read about CAN and where to practice data parsing?

18 July 2021

We've put together some useful resources where Galileosky experts look for theoretical information on how to upgrade their CAN skills.

KVASER

Go to the site https://www.kvaser.com/ The company is engaged in the production of equipment for working with CAN. In the Support section, you will find a link to the knowledge base, which describes the steps from beginner to advanced. The website also publishes announcements of new features for working with CAN and news of the IT industry in the context of vehicle electronics.

This portal is suitable for self-education as the company offers a free course about CAN and provides a good theoretical basis for working with vehicle electronics. https://www.kvaser.com/support/knowledge-base/

Car Hackers' book by OpenGarages

http://opengarages.org/handbook/ebook/

This is a book that is worth reading for a those who want to learn how to work with the CAN bus. The author refers to videos and studies of various institutions on working with the CAN bus. One of the institutes has completely parsed the Mazda CAN data. The book is available only in English language only.

 

Comma cabana

https://my.comma.ai/cabana/?demo=1

On the Comma cabana resource, you will find a demo project where you can practice analyzing CAN data and see how various parameters behave while the car is driven. This will help you better navigate when working with the CAN bus in your car.