LuxTrace accelerates trace timing analysis for automotive design
A web-based version of Luxoft’s LuxTrace, TraceAnalyzer 4.0, is a timing analysis tool for visualising system timing in terms of the constituent engine control units (ECUs), controllers, processors, buses and networks, which processes large traces up to 10 times faster than the previous version, says Luxoft.
With LuxTrace, Luxoft has turned the desktop application TraceAnalyzer into a web-based tool. It is ready for deployment in a continuous integration workflow. LuxTrace now enables engineers to formulate all timing requirements, explains Luxoft, using a flexible test-case centric representation. The tool is Python-based, enabling users to test even the most complex timing requirements automatically. Templates are provided for general test cases and offers a central, database-backed repository for all your tracing data.
All test-cases can be run automatically, with test reports available interactively in the browser or in user-specific formats like Excel. LuxTrace offers a central configuration on the server and can be operated by multiple users at the same time. This means all timing projects can be reviewed in a single place by everyone on the team, adds Luxoft.
Luxoft is an IT service provider that delivers measurable business outcomes to multi-national companies. Its offerings encompass strategic consulting, custom software development services, and digital solution engineering. Luxoft enables companies to compete by leveraging its multi-industry expertise in the financial services, automotive, communications, and healthcare and life sciences sectors.
Luxoft has more than 13,100 employees across 41 cities in 20 countries within five continents, with its operating headquarters office in Zug, Switzerland. For more
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