Tag: testcube

Optimized Test Preparation with a Diagnostic Simulation

Simulation in test preparation enables the verification of test routines and the entire test setup, which reduces the time required for troubleshooting. ODX-based diagnostic simulation improves test sequences, minimises test effort and ensures accurate fault detection. In our short Solution Spotlight video, Thomas Blocher explains the use case and shows how an ODX-based simulation project can be easily created and customised with Softing TCS.admin.

Test the Tester – Regression Testing Made Simple

Test the Tester - Regression Testing Made Simple

The complexity in the E/E architecture continues to increase - and with it the required test effort. This applies both with regard to the validation of functionalities and to ongoing regression tests of the test methods. The latter are of particular importance due to the strong creation of variants of vehicles, both in terms of functionality and via software and hardware variants released over time. Different motorizations, for example, are generated both via different engines and via coding.

Efficient Diagnostic Testing with Simulation

Efficient Diagnostic Testing with Simulation

Testing and diagnosing modern vehicles is becoming increasingly complex. The evaluation of the data recorded during operation plays an important role here, as it forms the basis for diagnosing any errors that may occur. In the article, Softing shows how simulation methods can be used efficiently for the use of this data and the preparation of testing.

Diagnostic Test Meets Simulation

Softing TCS Diagnostic Test Meets Simulation

Softing TCS offers a modern diagnostic simulation consisting of the simulation hardware, a configuration application and an API for integrating the hardware into test automations. The hardware is flexibly tailored to current and future requirements due to the multicore Linux platform used. It has an OBD socket and thus provides a complete diagnostic view of a vehicle. Alternatively, CAN can also be accessed as usual via a D-SUB socket. Simulation files for different ECUs or vehicles are brought to the device via a LAN connection or USB stick.