ASAM OTX in conjunction with ISO 13209 (OTX) can be used in any application area where the definition of test procedures for documentation purposes or in an automation system is required. Typical application areas in the automotive industry are in ECU diagnostics testing, ECU calibration and EOL-testing.
In 2012, ISO published the new standard ISO 13209 "Open Test Sequence Exchange" (OTX), part 1 to 3, which has the main purpose to define a language and exchange format for the specification of executable test sequences. OTX has originally been developed for the area of ECU diagnostics testing, but is not limited to this area. Soon after the first OTX-based systems appeared on the market, end users required additional functionality, which were promptly implemented by tool suppliers. Some of the requested functionality, such as file processing or specific complex data types, impeded the exchangeability of OTX files and the interoperability of test systems. Consequently, there was a need to further standardize the additional functionality.
ASAM OTX fills those functional gaps of ISO 13209. Overall, 22 extensions are defined in ASAM OTX, which include:
The standard is proposed for transfer to ISO 13209 as part 4 of the standard.
Furthermore, ASAM OTX contains a document that clarifies specification gaps, limitations and some known errors of ISO 13209. The ASAM OTX extensions and clarifications are schema-compliant to ISO 13209.
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