The Industry's Relied-Upon Resource for Regulatory and Standards Updates
Together Again After 3 Years!
Join Us In-Person
With a reputation as the industry’s go-to resource for more than 30 years, only the SAE On-Board Diagnostics Symposium gives you access to trusted information on the latest regulatory happenings and critical industry topics.
Held twice annually, the On-Board Diagnostics Symposia rotates between North America and Europe.
Our 2022 Americas event will be held in-person, allowing attendees to reconnect with forward-thinking engineers, executives, OEMs, suppliers, regulators, and government to address the ongoing need for technical and regulatory updates.
This event is your opportunity to get answers to your most challenging OBD questions. The knowledge gained here will keep you up to speed with the latest regulations and how to work towards them. The important conversations had here potentially impact future standards and regulations.
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Check Out This OBD Technical Standard!
E/E Diagnostic Test Modes: OBDonUDS J1979-2_202104
J1979-2, published in April 2021, describes the communication between the vehicle's OBD systems and test equipment required by OBD regulations. OBD regulations require passenger cars and light-, medium-, and heavy-duty trucks to support a minimum set of diagnostic information to external (off-board) "generic" test equipment.
“I have been attending the SAE OBD Symposium for decades and have always found attendance worth my time and resources. At the symposium you participate in discussions with both industry professionals involved in designing OBD systems and government officials involved in developing OBD regulations and certifying OBD systems. This provides insight as to what works, and as appropriate, compliant making for a valuable experience. Whether you are relatively new to OBD or an experienced practitioner, the SAE OBD Symposium will provide you with insight into OBD issues you are interested in.”
— John F. Van Glider, Van Gilder Engineering, LCC, SAE Fellow