Assist Vector’s customers in becoming more aware of Vector’s Communication Access Programming Language (CAPL).
What to Expect
The goal of this TechNight is to assist Vector’s customers in becoming more aware of Vector’s Communication Access Programming Language (CAPL). CAPL is an event-controlled programming language used for stimulating, simulating, testing and diagnostics. It allows programming of network node models (CANoe). It is also possible to use CAPL for problem-oriented analysis of data traffic or programming a gateway to exchange data between different busses. This TechNight covers a discussion on what CAPL is, how it can expand the base functionality of Vector’s CANalyzer/CANoe tools, and other common CAPL use-cases. Attendees will gain the ability to increase the capabilities of the CANalyzer/CANoe software.
An understanding of the PC environment
A general knowledge of, or experience with, the C or C++ programming languages
Elementary experience with Vector’s CANalyzer or CANoe software
The TechNights are casual, non-commercial events that will take place outside of the normal business hours and will run approximately 2 hours from 5:00 to 7:00 PM. Participation is complimentary.
NOTE: Seating is limited (registration for each topic will close once we meet our available seat count).