Test engineering solution

  • 04-Mar-2009 05:35 EST

Averna's test engineering platform Proligent 4.1 provides OEMs with the capability to update remote test stations automatically and gain quick access to massive amounts of test data. Companies will use the Test Package Manager to deploy test software versions to stations anywhere in the world, and they will use the new Data Warehouse to pull together terabytes of data for viewing in easy-to-create, customizable reports. The Test Package Manager and Data Warehouse provide tools to improve test engineering and manufacturing effectiveness. Proligent 4.1 offers help in maintaining a lean design-to-manufacturing model. The new version also provides support for NI TestStand 4.1, the ready-to-run test executive from National Instruments.

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