Embedded software test environment

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Danlaw Inc. offers its Mx-Suite embedded software test product with seamless connectivity to National Instruments’ NI VeriStand, the environment for configuring real-time testing applications. According to Danlaw, the Mx-Suite embedded software test tool is designed to help automotive OEMs and suppliers produce their products more efficiently and with higher quality than traditional methods. Mx-Suite allows NI VeriStand users to visually construct test cases using intuitive graphics rather than traditional scripting languages. Control algorithm engineers and electronic test team members can easily and comprehensively test the component without having to write programmatic test cases. Using intuitive graphical diagrams, software requirements are documented with performance criteria and tolerances, therefore simplifying software validation. The tool offers traceability from requirements through design and test cases. 

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