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Diagnosis and Electronic Architectures for Commercial Vehicles - Concepts and Development

2000-12-01
2000-01-3158
The objective of this paper is to present the update procedures and the future tendencies for the diagnosis projects in commercial vehicles, specially buses and trucks. The constant increase in the number of components and electronic systems in commercial vehicles demands that the subject “Diagnosis” be treated and previously defined, while the vehicle is in the project phase. The final goal of this thought is to provide to the vehicle the best possible acting of all the electronics systems placed in vehicle, and, as a consequence, the best running of the On-Board and Off-Board diagnosis systems which should assist the customer needs directly. The tendency is to project the vehicles of the same brand in the same conceptual line facilitating the assembly work in production line and the after sales support.
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The Development of the Diagnosis Fault System in Electronic Architectures for Commercial Vehicles

2000-12-04
2000-01-3441
The objective of this paper is to present the update procedures and the future tendencies for the diagnosis projects in commercial vehicles, specially buses and trucks. The constant increase in the number of components and electronic systems in commercial vehicles demands that the subject “Diagnosis” be treated and previously defined, while the vehicle is in the project phase. The final goal of this thought is to provide to the vehicle the best possible acting of all the electronics systems placed in vehicle, and, as a consequence, the best running of the On-Board and Off-Board diagnosis systems which should assist the customer needs directly. The tendency is to project the vehicles of the same brand in the same conceptual line facilitating the assembly work in production line and the after sales support.
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The Flexible Service System (FSS) launched by DaimlerChrysler for Commercial Vehicles

2002-11-19
2002-01-3419
The conventional and fixed maintenance intervals planned according to the vehicle application group (rough operating condition, short haul and long haul) are substituted by computed intervals, which correspond to the real components wear. The system carries out the prognosis of different services for periodic maintenance, indicating in the instrument cluster the dates when the services should be carried out as well as the remaining distance for carrying out each service. The system allows to join all different maintenance dates to only one date, improving the vehicle programming. The FSS totally integrated with CAN (Controller Area Network) line through a telematic system can centralize all maintenance prognoses in the transport company. Using this system, the user can reduce all documents and maintenance vehicle controls.
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