The All-in-One Automotive Data Logger
State-of-the-Art Technology for Vehicle Testing and Validation with the TTXDataLogger
Through its innovative concept, TTXDataLogger sets new standards for safeguarding of communication and troubleshooting in automobile networks. The unit meets criteria for an automotive data logger such as ease of use as well as flexibility by means of a wide range of interfaces and powerful features packed in a robust hardware suitable for automotive environments. This data logger provides the availability of recorded data of all current bus systems that are synchronized by a central time stamp and information via CCP and XCP. The parallel recording of data according to pre-defined triggers as well as online data visualization complete data logger requirements for use in the entire vehicle.
References: A Robust and Comprehensive Automotive Data Logger
With the TTXDataLogger TTTech Automotive brought a recording tool to the market that exceeds today's most demanding requirement profiles for an automotive data logger and is therefore prepared for future needs. The technology within this product motivated AUDI AG to become a development partner of TTTech.
Data logging is a core element within the Audi tool chain. It is used for fully automated analysis of vehicle data throughout the development process chain. The electronic development at Audi records and evaluates about 800 to 1000 GB per trial week. As a result, a robust and comprehensive data logger technology is needed to meet the high quality standards at Audi.
Simultaneous, Extensive Data Logging with One Common Time Stamp
Configurable Power Management of the Automotive Data Logger
Built for Harsh Automotive Environment
Wireless LAN Connectivity
Online Data Visualization
Trigger, Filter and Classing of Signals
"The TTXDataLogger sets the benchmark for recording and analysis of all vehicle bus data, for on-board recording as well as for the subsequent evaluation. I am pleased that this ambitious tool for quality assurance has been implemented successfully."