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Diagnostics

As vehicles contain an increasing number of electronic components, manufacturers must decide which systems need to be diagnosed onboard vs. offboard. Learn about the latest developments in tele and remote vehicle diagnostics in this section of the portal.

Contributor: Siraj Ahmed Shaikh
Posted: Tue, 02/06/2018
Siraj
Once hackers get into your internet-connected car, they could disable the air bags, brakes, door locks and even steal the vehicle. That’s the finding of researchers who recently uncovered a flaw in the way the different components of a connected car talk to each other. Full Content »
Posted: Sun, 08/09/2015
8 Lessons Learned from Embedded GUI Disasters
As important as the Graphical User Interface (GUI) is to a product, not all user interfaces are created equally...or well. There is much that can go wrong during concept and design development – and there are many examples out in the market today of great GUI concepts gone horribly wrong. Full Content »
Contributor: Jean-Marc Cenecorta
Posted: Tue, 06/18/2013
Jean-Marc Cenecorta

Embedded systems help protect us in a crash. It is important to be able to test the efficiency of these electronic systems.

"Regarding pedestrian safety features, how to integrate the legal reality of each
country into the electronic platform design of a multi-market OEM? These are
the most exciting challenges for the very near future."... Full Content »
Contributor: John Bogema
Posted: Tue, 02/19/2013
John Bogema

Automotive IQ discussed changing regulations for diesel vehicle diagnostics with
John Bogema, Diesel OBD and SCR Calibration Supervisor, Ford Motor Company.

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I understand you presented last year on regulations for the filtering catalyst and the challenges for diagnostics. Could you go over the... Full Content »
Contributor: IQPC Editorial Team
Posted: Mon, 11/26/2012
IQPC Editorial Team
Henrik Hagström, Technology Development PM shares his experience with model-based diagnostics at Volvo Group Trucks Technology. For our interview he speaks about major challenges and future potentials. He explains how useful and important Model Based Diagnostics is in the development stage. Read the whole interview for a singular expert insight from the OEM’s point of view. Full Content »
Contributor: IQPC Editorial Team
Posted: Mon, 11/26/2012
Ford Motor, USA: "PM sensors are biggest item for Euro 6/VI programs"
Ken Leisenring, Diesel Feature Calibration Manager, and John Bogema, Diesel OBD and SCR Calibration Supervisor at Ford Motor Company, USA chatted with IQPC in anticipation of our diagnostics conference. In their opinion, sensor durability and algorithm robustness will be key to having an overall cost-efficient solution. Read the whole interview for their expert insight into the industry. Full Content »
Contributor: Siraj Ahmed Shaikh
Posted: Tue, 02/06/2018
Siraj
Once hackers get into your internet-connected car, they could disable the air bags, brakes, door locks and even steal the vehicle. That’s the finding of researchers who recently uncovered a flaw in the way the different components of a connected car talk to each other. Full Content »
Posted: Sun, 08/09/2015
8 Lessons Learned from Embedded GUI Disasters
As important as the Graphical User Interface (GUI) is to a product, not all user interfaces are created equally...or well. There is much that can go wrong during concept and design development – and there are many examples out in the market today of great GUI concepts gone horribly wrong. Full Content »
Contributor: Jean-Marc Cenecorta
Posted: Tue, 06/18/2013
Jean-Marc Cenecorta

Embedded systems help protect us in a crash. It is important to be able to test the efficiency of these electronic systems.

"Regarding pedestrian safety features, how to integrate the legal reality of each
country into the electronic platform design of a multi-market OEM? These are
the most exciting challenges for the very near future."... Full Content »
Contributor: John Bogema
Posted: Tue, 02/19/2013
John Bogema

Automotive IQ discussed changing regulations for diesel vehicle diagnostics with
John Bogema, Diesel OBD and SCR Calibration Supervisor, Ford Motor Company.

Download Now to read the full interview






I understand you presented last year on regulations for the filtering catalyst and the challenges for diagnostics. Could you go over the... Full Content »
Contributor: IQPC Editorial Team
Posted: Mon, 11/26/2012
IQPC Editorial Team
Henrik Hagström, Technology Development PM shares his experience with model-based diagnostics at Volvo Group Trucks Technology. For our interview he speaks about major challenges and future potentials. He explains how useful and important Model Based Diagnostics is in the development stage. Read the whole interview for a singular expert insight from the OEM’s point of view. Full Content »
Contributor: IQPC Editorial Team
Posted: Mon, 11/26/2012
Ford Motor, USA: "PM sensors are biggest item for Euro 6/VI programs"
Ken Leisenring, Diesel Feature Calibration Manager, and John Bogema, Diesel OBD and SCR Calibration Supervisor at Ford Motor Company, USA chatted with IQPC in anticipation of our diagnostics conference. In their opinion, sensor durability and algorithm robustness will be key to having an overall cost-efficient solution. Read the whole interview for their expert insight into the industry. Full Content »
Posted: Sun, 08/09/2015
8 Lessons Learned from Embedded GUI Disasters
As important as the Graphical User Interface (GUI) is to a product, not all user interfaces are created equally...or well. There is much that can go wrong during concept and design development – and there are many examples out in the market today of great GUI concepts gone horribly wrong. Full Sector Report »