HEM Data will be conducting a SAE seminar. The event will focus on the newer approach of obtaining data from the in-vehicle network for automotive, heavy duty, off-road, and marine applications. The title of the seminar is: Acquiring and Analyzing Data from Sensors and In-Vehicle Networks. The SAE seminar will take place May 15-16, 2013 in Troy, Michigan.
Topics of the SAE seminar include the complications of taking data from the in-vehicle network and how to overcome them, current trends and applications, wireless data acquisition (Wi-Fi and cellular), GPS, relevant technical standards, and how to simultaneously acquire network data with direct sensor measurements.
The seminar is ideal for engineers, scientists and technicians who want to learn the fundamentals to acquire and analyze test data. Typical attendees include R&D engineers, test engineers and technicians, fleet owners, government agencies, and aftermarket product developers.
SAE Seminar Highlights
- Explain what it takes to acquire data from both in-vehicle networks and sensors
- Compare and contrast acquiring data from both in-vehicle networks and directly from sensors
- Understand OBD-II, the CAN protocol and other common vehicle protocols
- Identify an unknown OBD-II network protocol
- Define the four database types that relate in-vehicle network messages to scaled engineering parameters
- Review vehicle messages and convert the messages to scaled engineering parameters using various automotive and heavy duty protocols and message types
- Demonstrate how sample rate has a major effect on your data beyond the obvious and show how to select the optimum sample rate
- List the four domains that are available to present your data to enhance understanding of the data
- Avoid common pitfalls of acquiring and analyzing good data
- Choose the best analysis techniques to better understand and present test data
- Compare benefits of acquiring data with a PC vs. a stand-alone data logger (without a PC in the vehicle)