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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.
In TPT 16 you can collaborate simultaneously on your TPT project and keep an eye on all changes made. This is done in the so-called TPT File Viewer.
Unlike code coverage, which tells you whether the code was executed, requirements coverage tells you whether the code did what it should. With TPT you can do requirement-based testing to its full extent.
Did you know that you can build your own Hardware-in-the-Loop (HiL) from an Arduino? The microcontroller is versatile, inexpensive and easy to use and now you can control your self-made HiL automatically with TPT testing tool.
Code coverage plays an important role in functional testing and that is why code coverage is supported by the TPT testing tool. For some people it is even a high priority component.