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07 March 2014 EnergyBus Technical Training
2014-02-11 (Antje Hopf, Angela Budde)

For mostly technical oriented system engineers who want to implement EnergyBus or decision makers with a technical background we organize this EnergyBus training during the Taipei International Cycle Show 2014. Trainers will be Torsten Gedenk / emtas GmbH  and Hannes Neupert  / EnergyBus GmbH. Torsten Gedenk will impart inside technical knowledge and Hanne Neupert will talk about the state of standardization of EnergyBus.

Detailed information and registration:

07 March 2014 EnergyBus Technical Training

EnergyBus Technical Training Workshop

Target group
The EnergyBus training is mostly technical oriented and the target group are system engineers who want to implement EnergyBus or decision makers with a technical background.

March 7, 2014

Room 443, NanKang Software Incubator
4F., No.19-11-E, Sanchong Rd., Nangang District, Taipei, Taiwan

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Registration and costs
participation is for free
registration by email to


Time Title Speaker
09:00~09:10 Registration
09:10~10:00 Motivation and state of standardization of EnergyBus Hannes Neupert / CEO EnergyBus GmbH and member of relevant CENELEC, DIN, DKE and ISO / IEC standardization groups as well as IEA HEVIA Task 23 operating agent
10:00~11:00 Basics of CANopen communication protocol Torsten Gedenk, emtas GmbH
11:00~11:15 Break  

The EnergyBus communication protocol

- basics

- device components and virtual devices

Torsten Gedenk, emtas GmbH
12:15~13:15 Lunch  

The EnergyBus communication protocol

- state machines

- parameters of components

- communication relationships

- device specific characteristics

(battery, charger, motor controller, display, ..)

Torsten Gedenk, emtas GmbH
15:45~16:00 Break  
16:00~17:00 Implementation Guide and required resources Torsten Gedenk, emtas GmbH


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