UDS (Unified Diagnostic Service) is based on the standards KWP2000 for K-Line and CAN. It was developed with the goal of standardizing different implementations of the predecessor standards and new requirements stemming from further developments in technology and new standards to form one generally valid diagnostic protocol. UDS describes the layer 7 protocol (diagnostic services) but is based on an extended version of the diagnostic protocol of KWP2000 on CAN (ISO 15765-2).
Die Telematik Lösung xTCU der Softing-Tochter GlobalmatiX bewies im sechsstündigen Renneinsatz eindrucksvoll ihre Marktreife während der Langstrecken-Meisterschaft am Nürburgring. Eingebaut in einen Porsche GT4 CS des Rennstalls ESBA-Racing übermittelte die Diagnose-Box xTCU im Renneinsatz aus der „grünen Hölle“ des Nürburgrings, unter widrigsten Bedingungen, Daten aus dem Inneren des Boliden in Echtzeit ins Internet und an die Box.
Information poster for free | OTX – Open Test sequence eXchange format OTX describes a sequence language for exchanging diagnostic sequences in the ECU life cycle. The actual linguistic scope (core) is tailored to the particular diagnostic application with standardized extensions, but is also easy to extend with proprietary solutions for other applications.
Information poster for free | DoIP – standardized vehicle diagnostics over Ethernet With Diagnostics over IP, diagnostic services introduced over UDS are used over TCP/IP and Ethernet. This enables much higher data rates than with CAN, representing great potential for savings both in terms of time and expenses in the case of complex diagnostic tasks and flash applications.
With more than 400 participants from OEMs and Tier1s, Softing Automotive can look back on an exciting Roadshow through China. Focus of discussion was on the challenges and possibilities of Diagnostics 4.0 with the topics Remote and Cloud Diagnostics, Fleet Management, Automotive Ethernet and Diagnostic over IP (DoIP).