A Hands-on Demo Video: How to perform Functional Testing of HVAC, Mirror Control and Seat Control ECU
Automotive systems are built around very specific requirements, in order to perform some specific tasks/functions.
Thus, the number one priority of the product development and testing teams is to ensure that the product achieves what is expected.
Functional Testing is the process that help the developers and test engineers to nail this task.
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In our latest demo video, we bring you up and close with the end-to-end process of functional testing of an automotive control unit.
Our engineers demonstrate a seat control ECU, which is responsible for controlling the side-view mirrors, automatic adjustment of seats and seat heating pads.
From the test setup and testing tools to executing a ‘test case’, this demo is a complete overview of how functional testing is performed.
So, without much ado, lets take you straight to our design lab.
Functional Testing of an automotive control unit is performed against the requirements. Hence, in addition to testing tools like vTest Studio, CANalyzer, a requirement management software is also an integral part of the process.
Our Project Manager, Shajahan gives a detailed insight on the process and sums it up by executing a test case derived from the requirements.
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