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It might sound trivial: The central goal of testing is to check whether a system does what it was designed for. How that goal is achieved, however, is already a bit less obvious. The answer lies in requirements-based testing – a central testing method for testing with TPT.
TPT is the ideal tool for automated testing of ECU software. In order to make MiL testing with TPT more efficient we have developed a particularly powerful tool for automated test case generation.
PikeTec announces its distribution partnership with ESS, the leading provider of hardware and software for embedded real-time systems.
MiL testing and its consecutive development phases, SiL testing and PiL testing, are interdependent throughout the development process by (at least) one particular testing method: Back-to-Back testing.
Unfortunately, test cases don’t fall from the sky so the initial manual step remains in order to achieve a high variety of test cases. Luckily for you, however, some manual steps and interactions can be automated thanks to the TPT API.
Intland Software partners with us. This partnership enables the integration of PikeTec’s testing tool TPT with Intland’s codeBeamer ALM platform.
Whatever Model-in-Loop testing (MiL testing) you want to do, you will find that TPT is the best testing tool to do that job for you. The most widespread platform for MiL testing is Simulink which is used in the auto industry for model-based development to develop software for cars and other vehicles.