Test automation

  • 31-Mar-2008 06:46 EDT


AutomationDesk 2.0 is a completely reworked version of dSpace's test automation software that provides new user-interface options and enhanced usability. The new sequence builder overview makes it easier to read and navigate through very large and complex test sequences. Users can navigate as they would on a digital map, zooming in and out of sections as required. To use the working time on the hardware-in-the-loop simulator more efficiently, users can now execute test sequences in AutomationDesk's offline mode before running the actual test. No access to simulator hardware or external software is necessary. AutomationDesk 2.0 also has a new, multi-instance-capable Python editor, which is a way for users to edit test steps in Exec blocks consisting of Python code.

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