Compliance testing for automotive Ethernet and protocols

April 10, 2014 // By Graham Prophet
Ruetz System Solutions has become the first test house successfully accredited for test scopes for automotive Ethernet and Protocols through the German accreditation body DaaKs (Deutsche Akkreditierungsstelle GmbH, Berlin).

In their own compliance laboratory, Ruetz – specialists in automotive data communication – now perform test scopes for automotive Ethernet and Protocols according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025. "Our experience as the compliance test house for control units based on the MOST standard provides the basis for our reliable test implementation for automotive Ethernet," explained Wolfgang Malek, General Manager and Co-Founder of RUETZ SYSTEM SOLUTIONS. "With numerous control units from different manufacturers and different E/E architectures having undergone our compliance test lab in the past years, we meet the stringent requirements for quality, robustness, and compliance expected by carmakers and suppliers."

For components, Ruetz provides PHY and SWITCH compliance testing for automotive IP/Ethernet. The automotive Ethernet compliance test for devices covers PHY and data link layer. The automotive protocols compliance testing includes SomeIP, UDP-NM, and further protocols. Further test scopes comprise the TCP/IP protocol family compliance test and the TSN compliance test.

Ruetz System Solutions; www.ruetz-system-solutions.com