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Automotive Databases

Last Modified: July 20, 2020

An automotive database is typically a large file that contains descriptive information about a vehicle, parts of a vehicle, multiple vehicles, or software that runs parts of a vehicle. The database may contain information about networks, signals, streams, frames, protocol data units (PDUs), vehicle variants, and much more.

A database allows software programs and engineers to work efficiently with its content to design and build system models, run simulations, test components (such as ECUs), and so on. Users might use a database to view or edit details, communicate with a device under test (DUT), emulate part of a vehicle, or configure one or more objects in the database to match a test setup.


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