The purpose of this document is to define tests necessary to verify that an SAE J2534-1 interface device meets all the requirements specified in SAE J2534-1: Recommended Practice for Pass-Thru Vehicle Programming. Recent Activity Date Type
The Application Guide will provide additional information on the application and use of SAE1001, including different development approaches, specialties and domains, as well as scalability to different project and system scope. (SAE-1001/1 - Information Report)
The Habitability standard practice identifies the recommended approach for conducting Habitability activities in support of system acquisition programs. This standard covers all aspects of the physical environment that people inhabit, for work, or other purpose. It includes adequate space and environmental/temperature controls and, if appropriate, requirements for personnel services (e.g., medical, dental and mess) and living conditions (e.g., berthing and personal hygiene) that have a direct impact on meeting or sustaining system performance/effectiveness or that have such an adverse impact on safety, health, comfort, quality of life and morale that recruitment or retention is degraded. It includes analysis, modeling and simulation, design, and verification of Habitability requirements and processes.
Provides standard guidance on major tasks and activities and how to implement and manage Functional Safety and software system safety aspects of Model Based System Engineering (MBSE). Process focus is on safety-critical functions (SCF) of complex software intensive systems being modeled and depicted graphically as part of MBSE and software engineering to ensure safety engineering aspects are tracked and captured as part of models to enhance safety documentation and produce objective safety evidence.
The Design for Maintainer (DFM) standard identifies the recommended approach for conducting Design for Maintainability activities in support of system acquisition programs. The standard identifies general requirements and processes of a successful DFM program during concept and design development to ensure the lowest possible ownership costs. This standard provides specific detailed contractor requirements for DFM activities inclusive of the Human Engineering domain. The standard is consistent with MIL-STD-46855 and SAE 6906 Human Systems Integration. And DFM standard practices support performance of activities in coordination with other associated disciplines such as maintainability, supportability, and integrated logistics.
The Protection and Survivability (FP&S) standard practice identifies the recommended approach for conducting FP&S activities in support of system acquisition programs. This standard covers FP&S processes throughout system conceptualization, design, development, verification, production, use and disposal. FP&S includes analysis, modeling and simulation, design and verification of system-related survivability characteristics and processes designed to protect personnel from direct threats and accidents, including primary and secondary effects from the events.
The Personnel standard practice identifies the recommended approach for conducting Personnel activities in support of system acquisition programs. This standard covers Personnel processes throughout system conceptualization, design, development, verification, production, use and disposal. Personnel addresses skills, grades, aptitudes, physical attributes and education and training backgrounds of military and civilian personnel required to operate, maintain, train and support the system equipment and associated support equipment and facilities in its operational environment. It includes analysis, modeling and simulation, design support and verification of Personnel estimates and requirements.
The scope of this new recommended practice should include, but not necessarily be limited to: 1. Define vehicle operating conditions used to drive MOC-EPB actuator design and selection 2. Define brake corner operating conditions (e.g. temperature and state of burnish) used to drive MOC-EPB actuator design and selection 3. Define actuator operating conditions (e.g. temperature, voltage, current limit, and state of wear) used to drive MOC-EPB actuator design and selection 4. Define methodology for addressing part to part variation in performance
"Spotlight on Design" features video interviews and case study segments, focusing on the latest technology breakthroughs. Viewers are virtually taken to labs and research centers to learn how design engineers are enhancing product performance/reliability, reducing cost, improving quality, safety or environmental impact, and achieving regulatory compliance. In the episode "Diagnostics and Prognostics: Proactive Maintenance and Failure Prevention" (21:04), Delphi engineers explain how they leverage the growing number of sensors and computing power in vehicles to diagnose and proactively solve emerging mechanical or electronic problems, before a breakdown occurs. This video also looks at the next generation of automotive telematics, with HEM Data demonstrating how in-vehicle data acquisition is used to monitor the inner workings of vehicles.