The Internet of Things is starting to drive everything from wearable household consumer goods and medical tech, to automotive safety and entertainment—and enterprise businesses are not far behind. All of these products have three things in common: Internet connection, embedded software/sensors, and major quality risks—and many must interconnect with mobile devices and apps.
Although IoT/embedded systems testing has much in common with application testing, there are key differences you need to understand. Embedded testing is now a key player in all things produced for enterprise and industrial IoT as product development continues to accelerate with the risk of compromising quality versus lightning speed releases.
Join this web seminar to learn how product reliability, continuity across devices/Internet services/hardware/platforms, and security are all risks that you need understand and properly mitigate so that quality isn’t compromised.
You’ll also learn:
- The differences between embedded systems testing and traditional software testing
- New challenges for testing teams and why software quality has never been so important
- The test practices and techniques that work best for IoT and embedded systems
- Which test tools are best for embedded systems
Jean-François Thibeault, System Engineer, Polarion Software
Jean-François Thibeault has more than nine years of international experience in software development, requirements engineering, V&V, QA, and modeling. He's worked with many customers deploying tools and solutions in highly regulated environment, like aerospace and medical.
Ryan Lavering, Field Application Engineer, Vector Software
Ryan is an embedded systems and software engineer with over ten years of experience. As field application engineer for Vector Software, he focuses his time in the field helping customers get their test environments up and running, conducting training sessions, and troubleshooting/debugging. Ryan is well-versed with the VectorCAST test automation platform's partner tool integrations, including Polarion ALM.