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The Perfect Match – Individual, modular workshop tester meets flexible, rugged CAN/CAN FD Interface

Softing TDX.workshop and Kvaser U100 – Strong Together in After-Sales

Together with Kvaser, we now offer a robust plug & play solution for all after-sales diagnostic tasks that can withstand even the toughest demands in the workshop environment. The combination of intuitive diagnostic software from Softing and the powerful U100 vehicle interface from Kvaser is the ideal solution for fault localization, repair and commissioning of individual components as well as entire vehicle systems, including electric vehicles and mobile machines.

Design Templates in high-end quality reduce the effort involved in tester implementation

Softing TDX Design Templates

Users make high demands on the interface and the operating concept of today’s diagnostic testers. An intuitive user interface reduces both the time required for users to familiarize themselves with the tester and the usage time for diagnostic tasks during daily work. Creating elaborate, platform-independent testers is complicated and takes a lot of time – time that is often simply not available. Support from suitable editor tools, cross-platform development as well as prefabricated design templates can help. The effort involved in creating anything from individual functions to a complete diagnostic tester in a bespoke design is thus reduced considerably.

Success Story Bosch Rexroth: Intelligent Diagnostics for Mobile Electronics and Machines of the Future

Success Story Bosch Rexroth: Intelligent Diagnostics for Mobile Electronics and Machines of the Future

BODAS-service 4.x – More than Maintenance and Repair | powered by Softing TDX: Mobile working machinery is an important segment of the entire vehicle market. Typically the machinery requires hydraulic drive technology, especially axial piston units, which make displacement with high pressure possible. The operating and environmental conditions in this segment are much tougher than for standard motor vehicles.

The Machine Has To Work!

Technical Article: The Machine Has To Work!

After-sales service provides service networks for vehicles and machinery – often on a world-wide scale. These generally pursue one goal: to reduce downtimes and thus the total cost of ownership (TCO). The core business includes fast, targeted maintenance and repair. This not only requires the use of an efficient repair shop tester, but also places special demands on its worldwide availability and updatability via a modern back end.

Softing envisions secure, reliable predictive maintenance

TOHE Article 08/2020 Softing envisions secure, reliable predictive maintenance

Modern heavy-duty vehicles, such as trucks and buses but also forestry and agricultural machines or construction equipment, are packed with E/E components that support selfdiagnostic functions and increase the quality of maintenance, service, and repair processes. In service workshops, “right the first try” reduces expensive downtime and saves a lot of money. This objective is supported by a process that captures the already generated in-vehicle data and sends it to a cloud server for analysis and the creation of vehicle- and/or fleet-specific predictive maintenance sequences. The sequences support the service technician in the predictive maintenance process

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