ASAM has created new versions of two standards for the -3 test automation area, which are scheduled for release in Q1 2019: ASAM MC 3 and ASAM iLinkRT. We invite all members to review the draft versions of the ASAP before their final release. standard
Participation in the review is beneficial for those members, who work in one of the following areas:
- Experts responsible for test automation systems
- Experts responsible for calibration & measurement systems
- Test engineers using automated or scripted access to ECU data
Please submit your review comments by January 11, 2019.
About ASAM ASAP 3 and ASAM iLinkRT
ASAM 3 is a protocol used for configuration and data transfer between data acquisition systems and test automation systems for the test of automotive ECUs. As a supplement to the ASAP 3 protocol, the companies AVL List and ETAS developed the public protocol ASAP "iLinkRT" for high-speed transfer of specification data. Both protocols have been successfully used in test automation systems since many years. With the upcoming releases, iLinkRT is now being transferred to ASAM as a new public measurement. standard 3 has been further developed to work together with iLinkRT and to include more features that have been recently introduced in other ASAM standards in the ASAP-area. MC 3 can still be used without iLinkRT for low-speed data transfer. ASAP
How to Participate in the Review
Employees of ASAM member companies are eligible to participate in the review. A login to ASAM's webpage is required. After login, the below link "Download Page" will be enabled. Please download the draft standards and instructions document, and follow the given instructions herein.
The review is carried out using the free Adobe Reader. An Internet connection is required. Review comments are directly entered in the PDF by the reviewer and synchronized with an ASAM server. Review comments are shared among all participants of the review through this server. For further details, please read the instructions document that is available on the download page.
Companies who participated in the project
- BMW AG
- Daimler AG
- Continental AG
- AVL LIST GmbH
- dSPACE GmbH
- ETAS GmbH
- IAV GmbH
- Kristl, Seibt & Co GmbH
- M&K Mess- und Kommunikationstechnik GmbH
- RA Consulting GmbH
- Vector Informatik GmbH
- We4Data GmbH