Webinar: “Using J1939 logged field data for data analysis and model-based design”
Learn the basics of J1939, and see how to log J1939 data with Kvaser Memorator hardware. We’ll show how to export the logged field data as MDF files and import the data into MATLAB. We’ll demonstrate how to decode the data in MATLAB for further analysis and how to replay the logged data into a Simulink model as part of a model-based design workflow.
Co-presented by Kvaser and Mathworks:
Using J1939 Logged Field Data for Data Analysis and Model-Based Design
October 13, 2021
8:00 – 9:00am Pacific Time (US)
Bryan Hennessy, Field Applications Engineer (Kvaser)
Bryan Hennessy has been with Kvaser for five years and is an Applications Engineer with extensive experience in SAE J1939 and NMEA 2000, as well as the physical and datalink layers of CAN communications. He is a member of the SAE Truck Bus Control and Communications Network Committee, Chairman for the SAE J1939 Next Generation Task Force, and is currently starting a rewrite of the SAE J1939-21 datalink layer specification. Bryan has over thirty years of experience with digital communications related jobs and holds a BSEE from Florida Institute of Technology.
Jaremy Pyle, Development Manager (Mathworks)
Jaremy Pyle is a development manager at MathWorks responsible for Vehicle Network Toolbox and other Test and Measurement products. He holds a B.S. in Computer Engineering with over 20 years of experience in automotive software and electronics focused on network and communication systems.