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Vehicle Network Interfaces

Unlocking the Potential of Modern Vehicle

Intrepid Vehicle Network Interfaces are at the forefront of technology, offering unparalleled access and control over diverse ECU and electronic network architectures. Our interfaces are engineered to support a wide range of network types, including Automotive Ethernet, CAN (FD), LIN, and FlexRay, ensuring compatibility across various systems and applications. 

Intrepid tools are designed for seamless integration with these networks, providing comprehensive support for engineers engaged in network testing. Whether it’s efficient communication, precise monitoring, or effective diagnostics, our interfaces are designed to enhance system performance, reliability and validation. Explore the advanced features that make our interfaces a pivotal component in the realms of data logging, simulation, and prototyping.

In the REALM of Automotive Engineering

The development, testing, and validation of vehicle network systems are crucial components in the era of Software-Defined Vehicles (SDVs). At Intrepid, we offer a comprehensive range of sophisticated vehicle network interfaces that cater to every stage of this intricate process, fully equipped with database support and advanced API integrations.

Supporting Domain-Based and Zonal Architecture

In navigating the transition from domain-based to zonal architectures in automotive networks, our tools are meticulously designed to support, develop, and test both aspects, ensuring seamless integration and enhanced performance in modern vehicle systems

Domain-Based and Zonal Architecture
Early Network Development and Testing

Our interfaces are specifically designed to facilitate seamless early-stage development and testing of vehicle networks, supporting essential transport layers such as UDS and XCP/CCP. They provide real-time data capture and analysis capabilities, essential for refining network architectures and ensuring robust performance from the outset, aligning with the dynamic demands of SDVs.