iSYSTEM Update #2/2019

  • iSYSTEM InTime Technology Days 2019 - How to tackle with today's timing challenges of AUTOSAR based ECUs
  • Latest Regensburg office news - Opening already Nov 1st, 2019
  • EMCC 2020 May 26-27 - Save the date
  • ESE Congress Sindelfingen - We are exhibiting December 2-6, 2019
  • DAP over CAN- New MPC5x/SPC5x Aurora Active Probe
  • iSYSTEM E-Learning - New Application Notes, SDK Documentation, Online Trainings and more


iSYSTEM InTime Technology Days 2019
On-Target Timing-Analysis of AUTOSAR based applications with focus on OS and RTE using hardware trace.

We are very excited to invite you to this year's iSYSTEM InTime Technology Day. It is all about AUTOSAR Classic and Adaptive specifics, especially when profiling such applications. We will give you the insights and tips to tackle with the timing challenges of these complex systems. Join us in Regensburg (TechBase) Nov 12, Stuttgart (Abacco Hotel 70825 Korntal-Münchingen) Nov 14, or Wolfsburg ( office Wolfsburg) Nov 19. A detailed agenda can be found here: Registration InTime Days 2019. Your participation is free of charge.

... everything is possible

... everything is possible - synchronous debug and trace of multiple (up to 6) blue boxes via an additional sync box - new AOMs... all depending on your use cases ... start a discussion with us now!


Latest Regensburg office news
Opening already November 1st, 2019. Official press release from July 2019

EMCC 2020 - Save the date - May 26-27, 2020 - Munich

We are exhibiting at ESE Congress Sindelfingen in December


DAP Over CAN Physical Layer
Based on Infineon's Application Note, iSYSTEM is currently developing a new Active Probe to support debug and trace over CAN pins of the ECU connector. This is very useful for the analysis of field returns without having to open the ECU, or when no debug interface is accessible at all.

MPC5x/SPC5x Aurora Active Probe
The probe enables the debugging, tracing and testing of NXP Qorivva (MPC5xxx) and ST SPC5 microcontroller families. Besides the JTAG debug interface, it supports Aurora trace interface operating at its maximum frequency. Its small and compact hardware size allows for connecting to a target microcontroller in a confined space as far as 5m away. The Active Probe supports up to 4 Aurora lanes, running at a maximum bitrate of 5Gbps. Read more within the Overview and Technical Documentation document.

Check out the iSYSTEM Help&Training web page
Here you find a lot of deep technical insights based on

  • Application Notes
    • for Infineon AURIX
    • for specific AUTOSAR solutions (Vector, Elektrobit, ETAS)
    • and for synchronous Debug and Trace using two time syn'd iSYSTEM BlueBoxes
  • SDK and BlueBox documentation
  • Examples and much more