CAN Protocol Tutorial

Controller Area Network or CAN protocol is a method of communication between various electronic devices like engine management systems, active suspension, ABS, gear control, lighting control, air conditioning, airbags, central locking etc embedded in an automobile. An idea initiated by Robert Bosch GmbH in 1983 to improve the quality of automobiles thereby making them more reliable, safe and fuel efficient. With the developments taking place in the electronics and semiconductor industry the mechanical systems in an automobile were being replaced by more robust electronics system which had an improved performance. New technologies, products and inventions with added or improved functions started to shape a complete new era for the automobile industry which promised more robust vehicles with use of electronics.
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