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Five Simple Steps to an Intelligent IETM

eXpress approach and support for complex test types allows diagnostics to be generated for Intelligent IETMs:

  • Significantly Reduced Turn-Times for IETM Updates
  • Simple, consistent approach for Generating IETM Logic
  • Open Architecture to support future enhancements to the IETM environment
1
Build an eXpress Diagnostic Model
Create Full Design using eXpress’s industry-preferred Graphical User Interface, or
Import Designs from EDA/CAD/CAE, FMECA or other sources
2
Perform Diagnostic Analysis
Validates the approach and design data
Creates the diagnostic isolation sequence
Generate Fault Templates for isolated Failures
Generate Fault Codes for each set of isolated failures
3
Transfer Diagnostic Logic to the IETM
Generate a fault code to fault template report to begin writing ITEM instructions for each fault code.
Generate a Diag-ML File from eXpress diagnostics.
Diag-ML is an XML representation of Diagnostic Rules and Sequences
4
Create IETM Database Procedures
Add remaining Run-Time Constraints
Link Tests to Sensor Monitoring Functions
Link Conclusions to Remediation Logic
5
Deploy Run-Time
Select Run-Time configuration
DSI Workbench for the production or maintenance environment.
DSI Workbench API for embedding of DSI Workbench reasoning into a user developed application.
3rd party diagnostic reasoner using eXpress diagnostics through Diag-ML.

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