Design networks with latency and real-time requirements in mind


TCN is a high-tech Swedish startup originated from Chalmers Ventures – the leading incubator in Scandinavia, top ten globally


4 September 2018

Second Automotive Ethernet training seminar is held in Gothenburg. This time we're joined by Rohde & Schwarz who will give even better insight on L1 testing, and Spirent will cover L2 and above.

17 May 2018

The Automotive Training Seminar was held with good reception. We already have had requests and questions for future events with the same or similar topics, and as such we recommend you to visit the event page to register interest for future happenings.

16 May 2018

TCN, Spirent and Technica Engineering are hosting an Automotive Ethernet training seminar in Gothenburg. Visit the link for all the details and registration.

30-31 January 2018

Come visit TCN at the Automotive Ethernet Congress in Munich, Germany. We will have a booth for discussions and demos. If you're not attending the conference but still want to visit the exhibit, please contact us and we can help you with visitor access for free.

20 December 2017

MobilityXlab, with partners Autoliv, CEVT, Ericsson, Volvo Car Group, Volvo Group, Zenuity and Lindholmen Science Park, has after a thorough selection process chosen Time Critical Networks to be the first start-up to enter the lab at the Lindholmen, Gothenburg. Read the full announcement.

6 November 2017

TCN is back from the IEEE-SA Ethernet & IP Automotive Tech Days in San Jose and would like to thank everyone that visited our first booth ever!

1-2 November 2017

Experience TCN in San José (newsletter), at 2017 IEEE Ethernet & IP @ Automotive Technology Day where we present our latest software.

6 September 2017

With TCN’s newest software TCN TimeAnalysisTM the user can (re-)design its in-vehicle network to meet the demanding requirements from Autonomous Driving. The requirements are essential to meet when combining critical video traffic (e.g. cameras) together with control data loops (e.g. ABS sensors).

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