KPIT’s Business Integration Platform enables integration of K-DCP offerings with the OEM’s enterprise environment. This system level integration supports customers digitization needs and ensures utility of existing data assets & cross functional synergies.
The cloud-based platform provides services and data storage to support the diagnostics product life-cycle. It also provides an API layer to integrate existing IT landscape, manage licenses & users and ensure security.
It mimics a standard software development process of Develop -> Compile -> Verify -> Reiterate for diagnostics. This ensures that ‘stored data’ is reliable and ‘deployable’.
KPIT’s Business Integration Platform enables better reliability, higher reusability and lower development cost of diagnostics data
It joins the dots between processes and tools, and:
The Integration API is a gateway to the data stored in the Integration platform and provides the infrastructure for integrating with existing IT landscape.
KPIT’s K-DCP tools are integrated out-of-the-box, and authorized external applications can easily be added through simple integration interfaces.
This flexible approach allows for the creation of custom adapters to integrate with systems which would send data to the Business Integration Platform. This data can be stored and made available to downstream applications.
LIMAS is an off-the-shelf solution for License management of K-DCP and related tools. It provides dynamic licensing solutions with models to suit multiple use-cases (floating, token-based, etc.).
KPIT’s LIMAS makes it easy for application producers to monetize, secure, enhance and grow market share through the flexible pricing, packaging, and licensing of applications, intelligent devices or equipment using embedded software.
LIMAS manages applications by controlling different license models, user roles, features and updates.
Reliable, controlled storage is a vital part of any diagnostic data delivery system. KPIT’s Business Integration Platform comes equipped with off-the-shelf diagnostic data storage and delivery functionality.
It manages data generated by the diagnostic development process and provides delivery for data utilized by the diagnostic execution process.
This is integrated with all the K-DCP tools and includes storage of ODX data and OTX sequences as well as any ancillary data. These data stores are segregated and are available via API.
Dependency management, as the name suggests, manages dependencies within and between software (flash files or calibration files) and hardware parts, in different parts of a subsystem or a system. These dependences can be easily modelled via a user interface.
KPIT’s Dependency management solution provides a central system to track software and hardware update information along with historical service information in case of warranty claims.
It acts as a system of records to audit how a device was upgraded and by whom.
In an increasingly automated world where data-driven intelligence drives business decisions, information is key.
KPIT meets this need with a fit-for-future ‘data-twin’ solution: vehicle data from manufacturing to end-of-life as well as feedback and semantic knowledge from the field is captured in a Diagnostics Data Store and a data-twin is generated for each vehicle.
The Diagnostic data store provides automated data-feed capabilities and an intuitive interface for data visualization.
In-built dashboards provide management an overview that ensures your organization is firmly in control and able to rapidly zero-in on in-field or development issues.
Data analytics provide detailed usage statistics and identify attention hotspots (for example emerging or recurrent diagnostic failures or program development that is not currently behind, but where the velocity and remaining work effort mean it will become late).
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