Technica Engineering’s SPY devices work as Active TAPs. They are the first test and evaluation tool for seamless capture of multiple in-vehicle network technologies on the market.
SPYs analyze the communication between an IVN technology and the logger or PC, always in 100BASE-TX. They differ from other marketed devices, as they allow the synchronization of several devices using RJ-45 cables, via an internal 802.1AS implementation. 802.1AS is a working group from IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) standards organization dealing with 802 network management, its LANs, MANs and other wide area networks, and its architecture. Enhancing this architecture grants Technica Engineering great adaptability and flexibility towards customers’ requirements, as it’s one of the major global standard organizations in our domain.
Through a symmetrical and deterministic latency, Technica’s SPYs enable the capture of AVB/TSN traffic. Therefore, they provide fast and efficient responses to all the vehicles’ environment setbacks, putting safety in the epicenter of our innovative strategy.
To adapt to customers’ requirements, Technica Engineering offers these products in different bandwidths (100BASE-T1 and 1000BASE-T1) and technologies (CAN, CAN-FD, LIN, FlexRay, Ethernet), providing us the best adaptability to market demands.
If you wish to spy the communication between two or more communicating devices inside your car, you shouldn’t hesitate to use our Active TAPS.
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