Interoperability is an important requirement for networked systems using components from several different vendors which are able to work together (inter-operate). We support you on your way to an interoperable concept for your system.
It’s very useful – and often requested by our customers and their customers – to test products by an independent test house. However, you may have internal needs for tests in your own company, too. Therefore we would like to meet you, to define your individual testing needs. Based on the determination of your requirements, we will develop a detailed test specification for you. In the course of creating the test specifications, we closely scrutinise on the documentation that underlies your product. If we find gaps or contradictions, we confer with you to avoid late effect consequences.
We offer you consultation and support for specification, development and the outline of new test systems. We would also like to advise you about the consideration of worst-case scenarios. Benefit from our twenty years’ experience in this field.
Do you want to standardize and evolve a product in the domain of networked systems, a communication protocol or a test system in cooperation with other companies? It would be a pleasure for us to assume the role of chairman for you.
Unambiguous statements about test coverage are rare in case of highly complex tests, but precisely because of their complexity they are often of great interest. We analyse the test specifications under various aspects so that we can present the trend of the test coverage ratio to you.
Successful assessment of our QM system.
On March 10, 2017, we had a representative of the DAkks in our office, who has carried out a monitoring report on our cu
We were at the “Automotive Ethernet Congress” on the 7th of February 2017
This year „Automotive Ethernet Congress” took place in Hilton Munich Park near the English Garden in Munich. Like la
Presentation at the iCC in Nuremberg on March 8, 2017
On Wednesday, March 8th, 2017, our employee, Christoph Wosnitza, gave a presentation on "Interoperability challenges for