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What’s New in Vehicle Spy

  • What’s New in Vehicle Spy 3.8.2 (2:38)
    Our latest Vehicle Spy release includes some great new features including; a total redesign of Text API, improved cyber security support, Socket Adapter Diagnostics (SoAd), and more.

Getting Started with Vehicle Spy

What Can I Do with Vehicle Spy?

Vehicle Spy Advanced Features

  • Monitoring and Simulating a LIN Network (17:41) Download video (.zip)
    This video explains how to use Vehicle Spy with the neoVI FIRE and neoVI RED for LIN Monitoring and master/slave simulation. It also covers the use of LIN LDF databases.
  • Creating Advanced Function Block Programs to Interact with the Vehicle (26:28)
    This video expands upon the simple Function Block video above, exploring more advanced capabilities of this powerful scripting feature.
  • Getting Started with Vehicle Spy’s C Code Interface (12:25)
    This video covers the basics of how to use the C Code interface within Vehicle Spy.
  • Memory Editing and Monitoring Using XCP and CCP (Overview) (21:51) Download video (.zip)
    An overview of how to implement an ECU driver for XCP using the Intrepid C Code XCP driver, A2L (ASAP2) Editor, and Vehicle Spy. If you are new to XCP or CCP and want to get an overview of the process involved in creating an ECU with XCP or CCP support, this video is for you.
  • Memory Editing and Monitoring Using XCP and CCP (Features) (17:03)
    This video explains the features in Vehicle Spy that allow you to measure and edit the internal memory of an ECU over CCP or XCP.
  • Creating a Simple A2L (ASAP2) File (18:55)
    Learn how to create a simple A2L (ASAP2) file from an embedded compiler’s output (IEEE 695 or ELF).
  • Creating a Complex A2L (ASAP2) File (16:17)
    Create more complex ASAP2 characteristics using the Intrepid A2L Creator. Examples of more complex characteristics include Curves and Maps. In this video we also cover the VERB_TAB and RECORD_LAYOUT properties of these items.
  • Sending and Receiving ISO15765-2 Messages (4:46)
    An overview of how to send and receive ISO15765-2 messages.