Measurement, calibration, bypassing, and ECU flash programming.
The dSPACE Calibration and Bypassing Service lets you run measurement, calibration, bypassing, and ECU flash programming tasks. The service implementation on the ECU can be tailored with regard to functionality and resource consumption.
- Measurement, calibration, ECU flash programming via DCI-GSIs;
- Function bypassing via DCI-GSIs and DPMEM PODs;
- Security and data consistency mechanisms for bypassing.
At a Glance.
ECU calibration based on on-chip debug interfaces typically requires a special service implementation on the ECU to measure data consistently and synchronously according to given ECU rasters. In addition, for function bypassing it is usually necessary to implement service calls (bypass hooks) in the ECU code to establish synchronized communication between the ECU and the prototyping system.
By using the dSPACE Calibration and Bypassing Service, you can run measurement, calibration, and ECU flash programming tasks via DCI-GSIs. The service is also designed for bypassing ECU functions by means of the RTI Bypass Blockset in connection with DPMEM PODs and the DCI-GSIs.
The dSPACE Calibration and Bypassing Service lets you perform measurement, calibration, and bypassing tasks in parallel. Flexible configuration options make it possible to tailor the service implementation on the ECU with regard to functionality and resource consumption. Special mechanisms for bypassing guarantee data consistency, automatic failure checking, and minimal latencies. The dSPACE Calibration and Bypassing Service can be integrated into the ECU software either by inserting it into the source code manually or by using the ECU Interface Manager. dSPACE provides consulting and engineering services to help you integrate the service into your ECU.