MATCH provides a comprehensive, TÜV-certified basic software which has been proving its value in mobile working machines for many years and in every branch of industry.
In addition to the basic software, the necessary service tools are also offered on PCs and/or displays using the integrated approach of the software platform. Connecting to the machine software remotely is also possible.
MATCH on the machine
Advantages at a glance
Robust, tested basic software, communication stacks and libraries
TÜV safety-certified up to SIL 2, PL’d’ and AgPL’d’ (SRL2)
Certified “plug-and-play” sub-systems
Machine communication protocols such as: CANopen/CANopen Safety, J1939, DM(x)
Controller and display support
Remote service modules
Service tool interfaces (e.g. UDS) with access management
Software modules in different programming languages
MATCH provides a basic tested and TÜV-certified software – MATCH Core. The middleware perfected for mobile machines has sophisticated parameter management, comprehensive diagnostic functions and service tool interfaces. The configuration of the library modules and communication stacks can furthermore be error-free and modular.
The library concept which can be extended and tailored to mobile work machines provides tested and certified driver modules, signal elements and function elements. The library modules and communication stacks are TÜV-certified for use up to safety levels SIL2, PL'd' and AgPL's' (SRL2).
The Vision² BASIC Library (V²BAS) enables efficient generic display programming. Thanks to a multitude of graphic base elements, modern human-machine interfaces (HMI) and contemporary data management can be implemented seamlessly on the Vision² displays.
The Vision² MATCH Library (V²LIB) provides the connection of the display software with the MATCH development environment. The robust CAN stack enables quick and error-free communication with the controllers, displays and sub-systems on the machine – and therefore a rapid analysis of the machine status – and efficient communication with Service personnel when errors are present.