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From October 20-21, 2021, DSA will again participate in the highly recognized ELIV Congress in Bonn, Germany. This year's DSA presentation will focus on the development status of the service-oriented vehicle diagnostics (SOVD).
We are pleased to be back at the bonding AutomotiveDay on September 15, 2021 to give visitors insights into job opportunities at DSA
The mobility sector is undergoing an enormous and striking transformation. For automotive manufacturers, the change poses new challenges as well as new opportunities. For DSA, it means significant growth.
New DSA White Paper 'Service Oriented Vehicle Diagnostics (SOVD)' introduces the upcoming standard and describes ideas on how interfaces for accessing services can be implemented.
Once again, we welcome our IT junior staff who started their training at DSA on August 1, 2021. As a globally operating company, we offer young people two future-oriented training options with a wide range of potential career opportunities.
With a new feature in the authoring tool PRODIS.Authoring, DSA supports OEMs in creating and managing flash data packages from ODX-F and related HEX files. All files and packages are versioned during the upload process and saved permanently.
As confidentiality, availability and integrity of information have great value for DSA, extensive measures have been taken on protection of sensitive and confidential information. Therefore, DSA follows the TISAX question catalogue
DSA is represented at both events with a virtual booth and is available for personal exchange via video chat during the fair.
PRODIS.TrueBattery turns the spotlight on safety testing before commissioning high-voltage batteries
PRODIS.TrueBattery supports the testing of the high-voltage battery for safety-relevant configuration and assembly errors as well as for defective components.
All the way from purchase order to delivery: DSA and bobbie push forward the digitalization of the ready-mix concrete industry.
Betoshop and bobbie take the next step towards digitization of the ready-mix concrete industry, supporting simple and on-time delivery of ready-mix concrete.
In modern vehicles, complex electronics play an increasingly important role in troubleshooting. For workshops, working with static schematic diagrams is not only time-consuming, but also cost-intensive. PRODIS.Schematics helps to reduce repair times significantly.
Digitalization and new technologies are disrupting the commercial vehicle market. In a new white paper 'Connected Truck LCM Scenarios', DSA presents several use cases and perspectives for new products and services emerging from this development.
With the ongoing digitization of vehicle production, the paperless documentation of all production steps and test results replaces the printouts and accompanying documents used so far. The PRODIS.CompletenessCheck makes sure that a vehicle corresponds to the defined and expected status during the production process.
This year again, DSA welcomes students from different master courses in computer science and electrical engineering at RWTH Aachen University to a three-day practice workshop. Like many other events, this year's workshop will take place online.
DSA welcomes Dr. Thomas Huth, who became a member of the management board of DSA Daten- und Systemtechnik GmbH on January 01, 2021. The new Managing Director will be responsible at DSA primarily for the areas of Connected Vehicle and Autonomous Driving.
At the Online DemoDay of the DigitalHUb Aachen on January 14, 2021, Managing Director Dr. Thomas Huth announced the recipient of this year's digitalHUB scholarship. This year, DSA supports bobbie Deutschland GmbH with its concept Baustoffhandel 4.0.
A challenging year is coming to an end. Thank you all for your trust and the excellent cooperation. We wish you and the people close to you a peaceful and enjoyable holiday season and, for the New Year, good health and success.
DSA’s Lifecycle Management Solution PRODIS.LCM covers all aspects of a vehicle’s electronics lifecycle starting with the initial development to the maintenance of the vehicle after its sold.
With the automatic driver card and tachograph download from DSA, companies fulfill the legal obligations for recording and archiving mass memory and driver cards, while increasing efficiency in personnel and fleet scheduling.
For years DSA has been supporting the sustainable education of young people in science and technology. This is achieved by means of scholarships for students of MINT disciplines and by awarding prizes for outstanding theses at Aachen universities.
Once again DSA supports the Graduate Ceremony of the Department of Computer Science at the RWTH Aachen University as gold sponsor. For the first time, the event takes place virtually. On December 4, 2020, we will be present with a digital booth from 12:00 pm.
As an implementation partner for vehicle manufacturers, with its expertise in the areas of flashing and coding, DSA develops the technical requirements for powerful onboard diagnostic systems. For OEMs, this opens up new lean business processes in after-sales.
DSA has teamed up with Digatron, the expert for battery test and formation systems, to offer PRODIS.TrueBattery, a modular solution for testing and commissioning of high-voltage batteries and battery modules which meets the requirements of automotive companies.
The social charity foundation Dres. Schäfer-Schulz Stiftung, which was established in DSA's anniversary year 2020, the executive couple Schäfer-Schulz supports numerous regional projects. One of the first beneficiaries is the Hospice Foundation Aachen Region
In the ongoing semester, DSA supports the RWTH Aachen for the first time in offering and realizing an internship for students of computer science. Like many other events, in this semester the internship takes place online.
The new regulation affects vehicle updates both over-the-air and in the workshop. The Lifecycle Management solution PRODIS.LCM supports vehicle manufacturers in meeting the regulations by fully managing the updates.
When repairs are needed, troubleshooting is often not that simple due to the extensive interactions of the ECUs in the vehicle. The basis for efficient guided diagnostics is provided by DSA authoring tool PRODIS.Authoring, to define maintenance and repair procedures in the first step.
Both companies can draw on their many years of industry expertise in the field of battery testing and diagnosis and, in cooperation, offer a new high-voltage battery test system as a complete solution from a single source.
At the beginning of the year, DSA ugraded its membership in the eSync Alliance. Learn how Mario Ortegón, Head of Strategy & Innovation Management talks to Mike Gardner, Executive Director of the eSync Alliance, about the motivation and goals of the enhanced DSA membership.
For OEMs, the key measure of after-sales success is how effectively and efficiently the diagnostic processes are carried out in the service workshops. The efficient management of vehicle variations, which also affects vehicle electronics, is particularly important here.
SmartMDI, the new mobile diagnostic interface of DSA, enables car manufacturers in increasing productivity in final vehicle assembly without extending the production line.
Customer-oriented processes, perfect service quality and on-time completion - this is what workshop managers score with their customers. These goals are achieved by an outstanding after-sales concept.
For some time now, two ready-mixed concrete suppliers, Elskes Transportbeton GmbH & Co. KG and Fertigbeton Rheinland GmbH have been using the new web-based customer portal BetoShop.
As part of the eSync Alliance, DSA is intensifying its cooperation with the California based company Excelfore, which provides secure solutions for Digital Lifecycle Management and IoT frameworks for automotive and industrial systems.
For many years, DSA has been cooperating with the department 'Vehicle Software and Fundamentals of Digital Technology' in Faculty 5, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, of the University of Applied Sciences Aachen (FH Aachen).
Present market trends are driving automobile manufacturers to focus increasingly on the opportunities offered by digitalization. As part of this, AUDI AG is counting on digitally controlled vehicle commissioning, also known as remote production, at its plant in Ingolstadt.
A more comfortable driving experience, more electronics, more software. In the era of networked mobility, vehicles have an extensive software infrastructure that is necessary to control the vehicle electronics.
The system solution BetoTrack and the web-based customer portal BetoShop support dispatching processes and impress with both simple handling and a comprehensive range of functions. Both systems are easy to integrate and can be combined with additional modules.
As a new member of the eSync Alliance, DSA adds its expertise in electronic life cycle management of automotive electronics to the multi-company standard for automotive OTA. The eSync Alliance is spearheading the development of end-to-end over-the-air (OTA) updating and data services, enabling bi-directional communications with all electronic devices in the vehicle.
The MFT-3 is the all-rounder for diagnosis, parameterization and programming of electronic control units in vehicle production. From now on, the multifunction tester MFT-3 featuring multiple CAN-FD and a new vehicle communication interface (VCI) is available.
When it comes to the digital transformation of complex production processes, what are the potentials and the challenges involved? Answers to these questions are provided in the current Whitepaper "Digital Factory & Autonomous Driving" by DSA.
The constantly increasing complexity of vehicle electronics demands faster diagnostic communication. In this context, the mobile diagnostic interface smartMDI from DSA, which is now also available for CAN-FD, really demonstrates its capabilities.
The path towards Industry 4.0 is well underway. The digitalization of vehicle, workers, machines and processes with our new PlantHUB solution is in operation to support the assembly of the highly successful AUDI products in Ingolstadt.
The two megatrends of autonomous driving and digital networking of vehicles are fundamentally redefining the way vehicle networks are equipped. This also has a significant impact on vehicle diagnostics, for which a new standard is required.
After the successful implementation of the DSA flash station EFS and the DSA multi-function tester MFT in the e.GO production plant, the car manufacturer from Aachen is now also counting on our flash and diagnostic solution for the workshops.
Connected vehicles allow the implementation of new use cases that improve the product quality and thus increase customer loyalty and satisfaction. Get interesting insights into our Connected Vehicle Solutions in our latest white paper .
From theory to practice: That was the main subject of a three-day practical workshop for students of different master programs in computer science and electrical engineering at RWTH Aachen University.
What does the future of vehicle production and fleet management look like in the age of digitalisation? Representatives of MAN Truck & Bus SE and Microsoft attended a joint workshop on these topics at DSA in Aachen on 14 and 15 January 2020.
Why are start-up companies interesting for SMEs and how can the newcomers benefit from successful companies? This was the topic of Ansgar Schleicher, who presented an inspiring keynote at the start of this year's DemoDay.
Future success for automotive manufacturers depends on their ability to meet the demands of the digital world. This involves in particular focusing on digitally connected solutions for the various phases of a vehicle's life cycle.
After the successful commissioning of a DSA flashing station last year, the Aachen-based electric vehicle manufacturer e.Go Mobile AG also put the DSA multi-function tester MFT-3 into operation.
DSA Systems, Inc. announces the appointment of Michael Wells as president and CEO.