Both companies rely on high-speed communication and comprehensive interface expertise

Munich, 2024/06/17 – Two Bavarian companies are working together to enable high-speed recording of large volumes of data, covering both the raw data streams from the sensors and the bus and network communication in the vehicle.

The capture modules from Technica Engineering were developed to record vehicle communication technologies (e.g. CAN, FlexRay, LIN and Automotive Ethernet) in a distributed, modular and scalable manner. This allows users maximum flexibility and cost efficiency through reusability.

At the same time, the data recorder from b-plus not only impresses with its high performance and robust hardware, but with AVETO.dps also offers a software solution that makes it possible to log data rates of over 100 Gbit/s precisely and synchronously.

How does this combination of solutions benefit users?

The volume of data has increased dramatically in recent years, particularly in the ADAS/AD environment. In addition, the communication technologies used, such as the SerDes solutions used, are changing. A modular and powerful complete solution is therefore essential in order to protect the customer’s investment and at the same time achieve high data quality.

The increased use of SDV (Software Defined Vehicle) architectures will further intensify the trend towards more data with increasing demands on data quality over the next few years. The use of the new and open protocol standard ASAM CMP will play a key role in future-proofing the system. It provides the basis for modern, distributed and time-synchronized data recording and is supported by b-plus and Technica Engineering.

Thanks to its outstanding scalability, it can be used cost-effectively in test vehicles, vehicles, functional tests and complex test benches (HiL, system network test benches, LabCar, etc.) and in practically all vehicle domains.

Johannes Zangerle, Business Developer at b-plus Technologies GmbH said: 

“I am delighted about the collaboration with Technica, as together we can integrate an extended variety of interfaces into the vehicle. This collaboration expands our portfolio and offers our customers a comprehensive overall solution.” 

Erick Parra, Business Development Director of Technica Engineering GmbH said:

 “This solution simplifies fault diagnosis for the engineer. Development scopes can be simplified and development cycles can be further shortened. We are thus preparing vehicle development for the future.


Simone Adam, Marketing Communication

Phone: +49 991 270302-0

Address: b-plus GmbH, Ulrichsberger Str. 17, 94469 Deggendorf, Germany


Dr. Lars Völker, Technica Engineering GmbH, Technica Fellow and Head of Media Relations


The b-plus Group is with around 240 employees an international leading development partner for advancing technologies in the fields of autonomous driving, driver assistance systems and the automation of mobile machines. With its development tools, automotive software and mobile automation divisions, it offers its customers a wide range of measurement technology, software and hardware.

As a long-term partner, b-plus accompanies its customers from the identification of the problem to the implementation of the development solution and beyond. The teams at the Deggendorf, Regensburg, Cham and Lindau locations work hand in hand to provide comprehensive and holistic solutions.


Technica Engineering (Member of KPIT Group) accelerates the innovation process in the automotive ecosystem with a holistic technology approach for electrical and electronic architecture from design to validation. Technica Engineering specializes in production-ready system prototypes encompassing aspects of system architecture, communication, validation, and integration.

For Technica Engineering, it is a matter of course to bring about significant innovations in this field and to enable an open ecosystem fundamentally. With the appropriate and leading tools, Technica Engineering allows vehicle manufacturers and suppliers to focus on innovation, significantly improving development speed and quality.

The company, is headquartered in Munich and has locations in Spain, Tunisia, and the USA, with a team of 600+ engineers.