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Online Training Sessions in 2023

Web-based Trainings by Softing Automotive

An overview of the dates and further information on our online seminars from Softing Automotive for 2023 can be seen here. Compact and modular training seminars with practice-oriented user workshops and profound theoretical knowledge. With our basic and expert seminars, we will support you in your daily challenges. We offer beginners as well as advanced users the professional handling of our tools in vehicle diagnostics and communication. In addition, we offer you the opportunity to gain basic as well as in-depth knowledge of the standards of data concepts (ODX) and diagnostic sequences (OTX).

Online Training Sessions in January – Register now!

Softing Automotive Online Trainings – January 2023

Dates & Information on Softing´s Online Trainings in January 2023 | In spite of standardization and user-friendly tools, the complexity of vehicle diagnostics basically demands more or less sound know-how, depending on the area of application and requirements. Whether beginner or advanced, of course we are happy to support you with your daily challenges and offer a wide range of basic and specialist training sessions and workshops on the topics of vehicle diagnostics, the ODX and OTX standard and the use of our tools.

Free Webinar: "OBDII goes UDS" | presented by Kvaser and Softing

Free Webinar: "OBDII goes UDS" | presented by Kvaser and Softing

Join Softing Automotive and our partner Kvaser for a free joint webinar on December 7th, 2022 (10:00AM EDT, 04:00PM CET) to find out how the latest CAN technology enhancements (CAN, CAN FD, CAN XL) support UDS, what the new SAE J1979 regulations mean in practice for diagnostics test, and how OEMs and Tier 1s can benefit.

DoIP with TLS – Small Change, Major Impact

DoIPs – Small Change, Major Impact

The ISO standard on diagnostic communication “Diagnostics over Internet Protocol” – or DoIP for short, is becoming increasingly prevalent in modern vehicle architectures. This is not surprising as the advantages of this innovation are obvious. On the Internet, it is normal to transmit large amounts of data – in modern vehicles, data packages of several GBytes are no longer unusual. The trend towards remote diagnostics is also unstoppable, which is why the current edition of the ISO 13400 standard details the necessary data backup. The answer: DoIP with TLS.

Non-Identical Twins: Repair Shop Diagnostics and Authorization Management

There are tens of thousands of individual repair shop testers in the field today. On top of that, they are deployed all over the world by different users with different requirements and authorizations. Improper handling can lead to serious damage. This multi-user scenario can only be mastered with an appropriate allocation of tester functions and central administration. Integrated authorization management fits into the core processes and, furthermore, offers additional security.

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