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Technica Engineering’s Switch-Based products are the ideal development tool for testing and validating Automotive Ethernet vehicle networks.
Through their in-built switches, they enable the capture of in-vehicle communication, as well as the interaction via test set-up. In a bi-directional manner, CAN and Ethernet messages can be converted, to provide the customer the adequate automotive test solution.
The Universal EMC Device provides CAN-FD as well, FlexRay and LIN bi-directional conversion to Ethernet in an EMC optimized design.
In order to tackle the challenges of Automotive Gigabit Ethernet, a combination of our 1000BASE-T1 MediaConverters and 1000BASE-T1 SFP Module can be seamlessly used with our MediaGateway.
Our Switch-Based products, being our best sellers for some years, have covered the needs of Automotive Ethernet testing in a fast, safe and efficient manner, and have achieved a great market response from mainstream OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers in our domain.
Technica Engineering is headquartered in Munich, Germany, and it has branches, distributors and partners in 5 continents all over the world.
At Technica Engineering, we have been developing Automotive Ethernet solutions since 2008. We have been assisting global automobile manufacturers and suppliers, such as BMW, Audi, Continental and Bosch, with development and testing projects for the validation of vehicle technology systems.
Through our four departments, we have become the pioneer in the integration of Automotive Ethernet as a communication technology inside the automobile. These are Testing Services; Systems Engineering; Research and Development of Electronic Control Units (ECU); and Products and Test Solutions. With the combination of the expertise among our departments, we’ve assisted global automobile manufacturers through tailormade projects.
In 2012, we assisted BMW with its in-vehicle introduction of 100BASE-T1 technology; and, in 2016, we cooperated in a project with Audi, for which we developed the first 1000BASE-T1 Media Converter and, therefore, became the first company globally to develop a device with such characteristics.
Our innovative Automotive Ethernet hardware and software solutions allow our customers to extensively and efficiently test modern on-board electronic components and networks during their development. Our best market reputation comes from the combination of the adequate bandwidths (100BASE-T1 and 1000BASE-T1) with the most efficient technologies, such as CAN/CAN-FD, FlexRay, LIN and analogue interfaces. From this combination, we’ve developed, for more than a decade, innovative products that have achieved the best market performance and conformance. Some hardware examples are our MediaGateway, 1000BASE-T1 MediaConverter, or 100BASE-T1 Media Converter EMC, which combined with our main software, ANDi (Automotive Network Diagnoser), provide the customer the ideal testing equipment combination.
In close cooperation with our customers, our Research and Development department develops tailored solutions that are innovative, reliable and flexible. As pioneers in innovation in Automotive Ethernet, we’ve come up with a unique solution for the support of the most relevant in-vehicle communication: The Capture Modules. Through AVB/TSN compatibility and a modular and scalable system, Technica’s Capture Modules are the ideal testing tool for today’s self-driving prototype test cars. Using 802.1AS, the time synchronization within the Capture Module is ensured, and all captured traffic is provided in layer II MAC frames via the PLP protocol, making Ethernet the ideal logging network. They provide time aware injection and, to adapt to customers’ needs, Capture Modules are offered in different bus systems, such as CAN/CAN-FD, LIN, Ethernet, 100BASE-T1,1000BASE-T1, FlexRay, RS232 and analogue.
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