Automobile Engineering

Automobile Engineering

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  • 21st Mar, 2023

Automobile Engineering

1. Telematics

Telematics is the field of study for information technology which deals with the long-distance transmission of computerized information. It enables information to be shared wirelessly.

2. Autosar

AUTOSAR (Automotive Open System Architecture) is an open and standardized automotive software architecture that is developed by automobile manufacturers, suppliers, and tool developers. The AUTOSAR enables the use of a component-based software design model for the design of a vehicular system.

3. Can Protocol

CAN protocol is the broadcast type of bus which means the information is transmitted to all the nodes. It is used in the fields of Automotive (passenger vehicles, trucks, buses), Electronic equipment for aviation, navigation, Industrial automation, mechanical control, elevators, escalators, Building automation, Medical instruments, equipment, Marine, medical, industrial fields.

4. Uds Protocol

UDS Protocol is an automotive protocol that lets the diagnostic systems communicate with the ECUs to diagnose faults and reprogram the ECUs accordingly if needed. It is called unified because it combines and consolidates all the standards like KWP 2000, ISO 15765, and others. It is used for all off-board vehicle diagnostic activities. It is also quite flexible and is capable of performing more detailed diagnostics.