Our history


The company “Injector Service” was founded in 2000 by Vladimir Postolovsky who is a former graduate of the Military Institute of Radio Electronics and a radar systems specialist.

At that time, digital storage oscilloscopes were very expensive and usually based on a full size bench top computer with additional hardware. Analog oscilloscopes tended to be bulky. The analog oscilloscopes had no easy way to store and replay waveforms and were therefore of limited use as for automotive diagnostics. Vladimir Postolovsky saw a need and together with a group of developers started development of a small, reliable, and affordable oscilloscope designed primarily for automotive diagnostics with high quality signal display and processing.

In 2002 testing of the first oscilloscope units started. These units were called USB Autoscopes and take advantage of the USB bus.

One of the major differences between the Autoscope and similar devices is frameless (uninterrupted) recording and displaying of the signal information. The volume of the recorded information is limited only by the amount of free disk space of the Laptop or PC used as the host machine.

The software that was developed in conjunction with the hardware allows to work with various very powerful scripts. These scripts have the unique feature of making it possible to perform automated, in depth, signals analysis.


In the fall of 2004, the Injector Service company participated in the automotive exhibition “Auto Tech Service 2004” in Kiev. The company was awarded a diploma at this exhibition for development of advanced automotive diagnostic equipment technologies.


In the spring of 2004 the first device was put into production and went on sale under the brand name USB Autoscope.


In the summer of 2005 the USB Autoscope I, which is an 8 channel oscilloscope with engine analyzer functions, was released.

The sampling frequency of the USB Autoscope I is 250 kHz and the oscilloscope has a 12 bit ADC (Analog to Digital Converter) while many other small oscilloscopes still used 8 bit ADCs.

In the same year an agreement about publication of articles about the usage of the USB Autoscope oscilloscopes in the automotive magazine “Auto Master” was reached. Over the next 10 years of collaboration over 100 original articles has been published.


In 2006, at the exhibition “Moscow International Motor Show 2006” was presented a new model of an oscilloscope, the USB Autoscope II, which is equipped with galvanic isolation of the USB bus.

Using galvanic isolation increases noise immunity and electrical protection both for the device itself, and for the computer to which it is connected. The sampling rate was also increased, to 500 kHz.


In 2009 the “Association of workshop and tuning specialists” organisation was created and the first diagnostician competition was held.

The winner of this competition, Andrew Shulgin introduced the Px script, which he had created himself for the USB Autoscope devices. The Px script automatically analyzes the recorded cylinder pressure waveforms of the gasoline engine and calculates the compression ratio, cylinder fill loss, valve timing, ignition timing characteristics, cylinder fill, and exhaust system restriction.


27 to 29 May 2010 the Injector Service company together with the magazine Auto Master magazine organizes the third meet of diagnosticians in Kiev, where the current probe CTi, designed specially for measuring of small currents, is presented.


In the fall of 2010 Andrew Shulgin presents the CSS script, which automatically analyzes the signal from the crankshaft sensor and evaluates the dynamic compression of each engine cylinder, identifies faults in the ignition system, assess the condition of the fuel injectors. Additionally the script allows for obtaining characteristics of the ignition timing subsystem, including reluctor signatures. The script can also find damaged and missing reluctor teeth.


In the fall of 2013 production of the USB Autoscope IV started.

The USB Autoscope IV is an upgraded and redesigned version of the USB Autoscope III.

The main differences are:

  • the ignition adapter is integrated in to the oscilloscope;
  • the power supply for the various transducers is taken from the oscilloscope itself;
  • a holder that is specially designed for the USB Autoscope IV as well as its transducers and test leads, holds the equipment securely in place.

At the same time an updated version of USB Oscilloscope software, with a new script called the “ElPower script” was released.

This script is used to obtain a comprehensive understanding of the condition of the engine starting and charging system. As a result of an analysis of the current waveform produced using a current clamp, the script produces detailed information about the state of the battery, starter, alternator, as well as other high‑power electric vehicle consumers.


The script Px version 3.0 is presented.

This version of the Px script produces a report that consists of multiple pages or tabs with the measurement results shown in text, table, graphical and animated forms. In addition, the script analyzes the measurement results and independently identifies diagnosis


Running a Live Streaming Seminar to audiences worldwide during AutoTechService, the largest industry event in Ukraine.

29th International Specialized Exhibition for the Car Service and Aftersales Market


AUTOSCOPE TECHNOLOGY together with a company OPEN SYSTEM present their products at the leading exhibition of the automotive industry Automechanika in Frankfurt 2022.

This event is the largest and most significant exhibition covering the international automotive aftermarket, vehicle diagnostics and after-sales service of vehicle.

We demonstrated the advantages of our equipment, such as artificial intelligence technologies and diagnostic accuracy.

Our distributors Jorge Luis Garcia Arevalo from Peru and Diogo Vieira do Nascimento from Brazil organized and conducted dozens of online classes, as well as live lectures and workshops.

It is a great way for professionals to share their knowledge and skills to auto mechanics.