Automotive

Tag: ISO standard

Standardization Drives Quality and Efficiency in Vehicle Diagnostics – Interview with Professor Dr.-Ing. Goß

The fields of innovation, electric and alternative drives, as well as increasing digitalization and automated driving, are of particular importance in the mobility of the future. We would like to know the professional view of an independent expert from the field of vehicle systems technology on this topic. To this end, we have arranged an interview with Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Goß and would like to know how he views current developments in the automotive industry and their impact on standardization in vehicle diagnostics.

Join our presentation "Comparison of the Application Layer Protocols SAE J1979-2, SAE J1979-3 and ISO 27145" at the SAE OBD Symposium in Prague

SAE OBD Symposium 2023 presentation about "Comparison of current and future OBD Protocols (SAE/ISO)" by Peter Subke

Shape the future of on-board monitoring and calibration systems. This presentation starts with a short overview of the legacy SAE J1979/ ISO 15031 that have been in use for the communication of an OBD scan tool and the OSD-Il system of combustion engine vehicles for decades. In addition, the presentation will provide an introduction to UDS and demonstrate how to use the unified diagnostic services for OBD on UDS, ZEV on UDS and globally harmonized OBD.

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.

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