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Tracking Down Errors: The Perfect Diagnostic Tool in Vehicle Engineering – Whatever the Application Case

Article in "OEM&Lieferant": Tracking Down Errors - The Perfect Diagnostic Tool in Vehicle Engineering

Vehicle engineering is facing a range of challenges. This is why today manufacturers and their suppliers work together at a global level at which they need to be able to exchange data safely all over the world. The range of vehicles is constantly diversifying while the engineering cycles are becoming ever shorter. Vehicles must be maintained over the entire product life cycle which means that more and more tasks have to be completed in an ever shorter time.

ECU Quicktest – Identfying and testing errors with documentation with Softing DTS.monaco

Softing DTS.monaco: Identifing and testing errors with documentation

The identification of a test unit as well as the reading out of the error memory are activities which are repeated throughout the product life cycle. Regardless of whether HiL, test bench or vehicle – the versions as well as any error memory entries which might occur must be acquired and documented in every test sequence.

Testing and Debugging the establishing of tester ECU communication with Softing DTS.monaco

Softing DTS.monaco Use Case: Testing and Debugging the establishing of tester ECU communication

Regardless of the integration level of software and ECUs, com­munication problems along the OSI communication layers result in specific challenges for diagnostic experts. These problems are critical for the remaining life cycle of the vehicle because, for example, in manufacturing, this behavior can lead to delays in or an entire absence of vehicle programming.

Softing DTS 8 – Release 16 now available!

Softing DTS 8 Release 16

The Release 16 of Softing Diagnostic Tool Set 8 (DTS8) is now available! The new version contains numerous improvements and extensions, such as the improved support of dynamically created measurement value lists (Dynamically Define Data Identifier), a improved Consistency Check for ODX authoring and additional possibilities in variant identification.

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