Embedded control systems in automobiles are exposed to a wide range of environmental conditions including vibration, shock, electromagnetic radiation, temperature, and humidity variations.
Connectors, cable harnesses, and sensors and actuators have become the most vulnerable components in relation to external disturbances.
These vulnerabilities triggered the development of embedded diagnostics that monitor and detect electrical faults in a system.
This white paper describes the requirements on a test system which simulates electrical faults of various types. In addition to theoretical examples, it will provide use cases of the ETAS fault insertion tools ES4440 and ES4441.
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