Protocols have always been standardized whenever different test systems (e.g. in brand and independent repair shops) are to access vehicles or different ECUs have to be integrated into subsystems – requirements that are in fact always demanded nowadays!
|UDS ISO 14229||UDS (Unified Diagnostic Service) UDS (Unified Diagnostic Service) was developed with the goal of standardizing different implementations of the predecessor standards and new requirements to form one generally valid diagnostic protocol.|
|OBD ISO 15031||The ISO 15031 is used to read out emissions-relevant information in accordance with OBD (On Board Diagnostics) legislation.|
|SAE J1939||SAE J1939 was developed last century as a higher protocol layer for CAN. The aim was to develop standard communication mechanisms for trucks regardless of the OEM, engine/transmission manufacturer and test system manufacturer.|
|KWP2000 CAN||The experience with KWP2000 on the K-Line was already being transferred to CAN at the end of last century. For the first time, it enabled the diagnostics and flash programming of a large number of ECUs via central diagnostic access.|
|KWP2000 K-Line||KWP2000 on the K-Line was the first standardized diagnostic protocol used in Europe on a large scale.|
|DoIP ISO 13400||With Diagnostics over IP, diagnostic services introduced over UDS are used over TCP/IP and Ethernet. This makes considerably higher data rates available.|
|WWH-OBD ISO 27145||Worldwide harmonized OBD consolidates the whole range of OBD specifications for cars and commercial vehicles to create one regulation valid worldwide.|