The standard OTX ISO 13209 (Open Test sequence eXchange format) describes a sequence language for exchanging diagnostic sequences in the ECU life cycle.
The actual linguistic scope (core) is tailored to the particular diagnostic application with standardized extensions, but is also easy to extend with proprietary solutions for other applications.
Softing actively drove the standard from the beginning and contributed its extensive experience with test sequence languages (e.g. EDIABAS, INPA, TestCASE, DTS). We also accompanied the various evolution stages with implementations that ran concurrently to standardization. Today, our product portfolio includes an OTX Editor and a runtime interpreter. We have also already implemented customized extensions in both the editor and runtime interpreter and compiled first authoring guidelines.
|Softing OTX.studio||All-in-one development environment for diagnostic sequences|
|Softing DTS.monaco||Development tester with integrated OTX test environment|
|Softing TDX||For the development of workshop testers based on OTX|
|Softing SDE||Platform-independent runtime system for diagnostic functions, sequences and services over the entire life cycle|
|Customized solutions||Consulting on OTX processes and authoring guidelines Implementation of checkers and extensions|