Automated validating tool

  • 13-Mar-2009 03:07 EDT
TTX-AutoVerify from TTTech Automotive validates the consistency of AUTOSAR component configurations in electronic control units (ECUs). The automated tool increases the efficiency of the system-integration phase and seamlessly integrates into existing development processes, therefore saving cost and time for OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers. When integrating several ECUs, the set parameters must comply with those calculated in the network design. TTX-AutoVerify enables systematic checking of the ECUs’ software configuration and supports the automatic verification process. The supplier can automatically ensure the correct and consistent configuration of ECUs prior to release. The OEM not only identifies possible incompatibilities before starting the integration tests but also ensures a smooth integration of the vehicle. The tool avoids analyzing disturbances caused by sporadic faults due to slightly misconfigured bus parameters. As a result, configuration consistency is guaranteed.
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