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Diagnostics and Security: Brave new world

Diagnostics and Security: Gateways for hackers and how to close them – As long as diagnostics takes place locally, in other words using a cable connection between the diagnostic tester and the diagnostic interface or the vehicle, it is safe to assume that the diagnostic system is basically secure as far as unauthorized access is concerned. But the picture changes as soon as there is a remote data connection over the Internet.

Biggest Possible Development Efficiency with Remote Engineering

Article in ATZelectronics 10/2019: Biggest Possible Development Efficiency with Remote Engineering

Development projects are increasingly being handled by teams whose members are spread all over the world. Remote Engineering allows efficient networking of global work capacities. However, there are a number of aspects that need to be considered during implementation to ensure a smooth process.

Moving Forward into the Future - Diagnostics in Global Engineering Teams

Diagnostics in Global Engineering Teams

The automoive industry is facing major challenges due to the complexity of electric and autonomous vehicles of the future. As a result, work is taking place on global teams, resulting in turn in massive changes in both engineering and the tool landscape used.

SAVE THE DATE – ELIV Congress 2019

Visit Softing at the ELIV Congress 2019!

Meet us at the international congress for automotive electronics ELIV on October 16-17, 2019 in Bonn, Germany. In the fast-paced automotive market, it is of greater importance than ever before for OEMs and suppliers to have transparency when it comes to quality and reliability in all their often globally distributed process sequences. At ELIV (electronics in vehicles) congress in Bonn, Germany we will show you the support we can provide with our innovative and flexible diagnostic and test solutions.

Automotive Megatrends Drive Diagnostic Development

Automotive Megatrends drive Diagnostic Development

Automotive Trends such as electric and autonomous driving are leading to paradigm shifts in the E/E architecture. This in turn is leading to new challenges in vehicle diagnostics, but at the same time is opening up opportunities for improving the quality of diagnostics and increasing efficiency. there will be new ways of diagnosis with even cloud-based systems.

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