TMCS’s turnkey solutions for automotive Test and measurement starts right from Design and development, till installation and commissioning.
TMCS Caters to the automotive industry requirements with various tests like, Hardware in Loop (HIL) Performance, EOL Testing
, Validation, Production, Endurance, Durability tests and Embedded software tests, Data Acquisition
Systems. Automotive segment is classified based on the applications served e.g., Body and Chassis, Active Safety, Powertrain, infotainment.
Having executed multiple similar systems for distinguished clients, TMCS team is well equipped with knowledge and experience about NI HIL, ECU, VCU test benches TMCS supports OEM’s TIER1, TIER 2 organizations for System Integration using National Instruments
(NI) Teststand, Veristand, existing CAPL code integration. TMCS Technical core team have vast experience on communication protocols like CAN, LIN, and programming languages like CAPL.
1. HIL (Hardware in Loop)
The Advanced electronics involved in almost every small unit of a vehicle which controls and monitors and decide the performance of the vehicle. For vehicle safety, extensive testing is required even for the smallest ECU. In Automotive industry the real challenge is shorter time to market with increased reliability.
1. Software will simulate the control system to stimulate the DUT.
2. DUT is interfaced with vehicle ECU via CANFD interface.
1. Multiple device Communication
2. Automotive Diagnostic
2. ECU (Electronic Control Unit)
The Required hardware like, sensors, Signal Conditioning devices, PXI etc. are integrated to achieve desired functionalities and throughputs. Discrete Analog signals are processed and provided to CPU which can be a single or multiple microcontroller depending upon the design of the ECU and deliver the Signal to output drivers The drivers will post the signals to output (like throttle control, ignition, Fuel pump etc).
3. Instrument Cluster Tester
Automated Test Equipment (ATE) is computer-controlled equipment that tests electronic devices for performance. Quality, stress and functionality. Automated Test Equipment (ATE) includes the control hardware, sensors, and software that collects and analyzes the test results.