Modular Diagnostic Tool 2.0
Next-generation diagnostic tool for creating complex platform-independent diagnostic applications. Based on the international standards ODX 2.2.1 and OTX, as well as a MCD-3D server.
Based on Standards - ODX 2.2.0 and OTX
The new MDT 2.0 offers a standardized way to access diagnostic data. The MDT 2.0 tools offer various possibilities to create, structure and run diagnostic workflows using the industry standard OTX (Open Test sequence Exchange format) defined in ISO 13209. Re-Use of your diagnostic service descriptions in ODX (Open Diagnostic Data Exchange) for service execution allows you to instantly achieve your desired results. On top of that MDT 2.0 supports native RMI as well as an innovative OTX wizard to simplify OTX editing without breaking the ISO standard.
The Runtime is being developed with multi-platform capabilities in mind, ranging from multi-platform GUI support to a platform independent runtime workflow description language generated from your OTX and ODX files. This reduces implementation and testing effort for your diagnostic applications across multiple PC and embedded platforms. MDT 2.0 let you develop your application once and have it running on Windows, Linux x86, Linux ARM, QNX and others.
Optimized runtime system for embedded diagnostics
The optimized runtime and the MCD-3D light server have been specially developed and optimized for embedded diagnostic applications. Thanks to the extremly slim runtime system, the diagnostic application can run directly embedded in the vehicle (for example on the terminal or a telemetry unit), which offers the user of the diagnostic application completely new diagnostic options.
New Modern Design and Graphical Modules
The MDT 2.0 Authoring Tool is based on Visual Studio® to cater to modern developer's needs. A new, clear and modern design allows usage of Visual Studio® Plug-Ins for SVN, Git and other development extensions commonly used. In addition, new graphic elements like 2D and 3D animations can be used to make your diagnostic application more visually appealing and lower the learning curve for your service staff and diagnostic application users.
The MDT 2.0 supports a number of international protocol layers like KWP2000, SAE J2534, SAE J1939, ISO 15765 as well as proprietary and customer specific protocols. So the range of activities can be adapted individually to the requirements of the application.
Minimal system requirements for the runtime system
Intel Pentium III, min. 750 MHz, min. 256 MB RAM, min. solving 800 × 600, USB 1.1 or higher
Minimal system requirements for the development environment
Intel Pentium IV, 2 GHz or higher, 512 MB RAM
Supported opperating systems and hardware drivers
from Microsoft Windows 7 (32 & 64 Bit) SP1
Supported CAN Interfaces
COMfalcon, COMhawk, COMhawk xt, CANUSB, CANfox, CANUSBlight, PowerCAN-PCI V1 und V2, PowerCAN-PC104+, PowerCAN-PCI104 V2
General program structure
Graphical program flow editor for internal data flow of a diagnostics page surface editor
ODX 2.2.1 defined in ISO 22901-1, OTX defined in ISO 13209, CANopen, SAE J2534, SAE J1939, ISO 15765 (KWP2000 on CAN), UDS, DoIP, more available on request