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Most projects or product developments are rarely on-time or on-budget. The culprit is usually a breakdown in communication and a lack of mutual understanding of what is being planned, defined or even recommended. All structures need a good foundation, especially for high speed, high bandwidth applications like Ethernet. This blog discusses why testing takes on a whole new meaning as Automotive Ethernet becomes the backbone of vehicle functions and its operation needs to be seamless and reliable to meet future demands for safety.

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Real-time communication is an absolute necessity in Automotive manufacturing. Goal is to equip one single network with TSN enabled components for time-critical data transmission in and between vehicles, and in all future industrial environments. Spirent supports different setups for TSN + OPC UA Smart Manufacturing testbeds for IA and Automotive

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Read how vendors of Automotive Ethernet devices can ensure that their latest components are performing at high speed, with low latency, zero packet loss, and the highest reliability.

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Test using AUTOSAR, OPEN Alliance or Avnu test suites to ensure conformance to industry standards for TSN and Latency measurements.

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Our concept of what a car does is being turned upside down, and it is advanced communications, sensing and control technology which is causing the disruption. So how can simulation testing help guarantee the safety and performance of the new automotive network systems required to support these new features?

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How frightening would it be for the driver of a car if turning up the air-conditioning fan to full power stopped the brakes from working? Or if sounding the horn made the headlights switch off? These might sound far-fetched, but they are conceivable scenarios. Car makers have to be sure this could never happen in the real world.

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