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Visit us at the 15th Conference on Diagnostics in Dresden, Germany

Visit Softing at the 15th Diagnostics Conference 2022

Softing Automotive welcomes you again this year to the Diagnostics Conference in Dresden. On May 17 and 18, you will learn everything about diagnostics in mechatronic vehicle systems. Among others, Claudio Amato, Product Manager at Softing Automitive, will present the innovations in parallel remote access on Tuesday, May 17.

Discover Our Trainings for Your Professional Education!

Automotive Training & Seminar Program by Softing

We have put our knowledge and long years of experience into a compact and modular training program for you. This comprises practice-oriented user workshops as well as in-depth theoretical seminars which we offer in both English and German. We would be happy to tailor the content of our training sessions to suit your individual requirements.

Interfaces Made Fast and Easy – with the Softing TDX Design Templates

Softing TDX Design Templates – Efficient Way to Tester Interfaces

Virtually identical user interfaces are required in test systems on a regular basis for new vehicles, new ECUs or even ECU variants – usually with only a few minor adjustments. Particularly, the high-end interfaces demanded by users today – in terms of the display, but also in terms of the operating concept – prove to be extremely time-consuming. The design templates in the after-sales tester Softing TDX help you work faster and ensure you gain top-quality results in a very short time.

Flexible Commissioning Sequences – OTX makes it easy!

Flexible Commissioning Sequences – OTX makes it easy

After replacing or repairing vehicle components, the ECU and its peripherals must be adapted to each other again. In addition to only functional sequences, interaction with operating personnel to start individual process steps or enter parameters is often necessary. The advantages that OTX and the Softing OTX tools offer for a fast and robust realization of commissioning sequences are obvious.

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