State-of-the-Art Technology for Vehicle Testing and Validation for Audi

State-of-the-Art Technology for Vehicle Testing and Validation for Audi

Customer Statement

"We want the name AUDI to be synonymous with leading-edge automotive electronics. The cooperation with TTTech exemplifies AUDI’s new electronics strategy."

Head of Electrical Engineering, AUDI AG

State-of-the-Art Technology for Vehicle Testing and Validation for Audi

AUDI AG has become a development partner of TTTech for the TTXDataLogger, a recording tool that exceeds today's most demanding requirement profiles. As a high-performance, open and scalable platform, this data logger is prepared for future requirements. Audi utilizes the device for date recording and fault analysis during automobile testing.

TTXDataLogger provides the availability of recording data of all current bus systems like CAN, FlexRay®, LIN, MOST25, MOST150 and Ethernet, that are synchronized by a central time stamp. Using the established measurement and calibration protocols CCP and XCP, internal ECU signals can also be recorded. Data extracts are made with the help of smart programmable triggers and filters. The configurable power management of TTXDataLogger can be adapted to different requirements in order to minimize power demand. The wake-up of the device can be triggered through all bus systems or through external events.

Audi utilizes the TTXDataLogger for date recording as well as fault analysis during function testing, fleet tests and acceptance runs. Logging periods may vary from a few hours to several days in a row. Thus, Audi puts great emphasis on flexibility and ease of use. A user-friendly remote control supports the test driver in comfortable controlling the device. Most important benefits for Audi include the easy configuration of the data logger for different vehicle types as well as the possibility to use own UserCode applications.

Customer Statement

"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."

Ricky Hudi, Head of Electrical Engineering, AUDI AG

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