Test automation software

  • 04-Mar-2009 11:18 EST

AutomationDesk 2.2 from dSpace provides a comprehensive environment for performing automated hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing. The tool permits engineers to test diagnostic functions of application software for electronic control units. The latest version of the company’s test automation software features a debugger that allows users to check and correct test sequences step by step, even as early as the implementation phase. It also includes an evaluation library for comparing recorded data with reference data, for example, to detect deviations from limits. Even before test execution, AutomationDesk 2.2 can perform a static analysis of the test structure to find open references or syntax errors. If unexpected test results or errors occur during test execution—offline on the PC or online on the HIL simulator—step-by-step execution with the debugger helps to locate the cause. Engineers can also set break points anywhere in the test sequence.

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