Testing

We offer:
GMLAN Tests.

Since the end of 2011, we perform conformance tests of high-speed, mid-speed and low-speed LAN bus nodes of General Motors. Our tests include all tests of the test specification GMW14241.
Our dedication and high quality testing services do not stop with the delivery of the test report; we continue supporting our customers in subsequent discussions with GM Global Serial Data Validation Team.
We realize that more and more system suppliers (Tier-One-suppliers) are relying on our testing services.
Please contact  us if you would like to perform GMLAN tests  or if you have questions on this subject. We will be glad to support you and meet your expectations.

Do you want to test with us?

Then please read under Best Practice, what are the benefits and what you can expect from us!

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