This webinar is in CEST time.
Ways to Improve Integration Testing in Functional Safety Projects
Integration testing on embedded devices is a challenging task, in particular when safety-related functions are involved. Doesn’t it always take longer than expected?
Integration tests of software and hardware parts from different origin may bring up surprising results. Non-conformities which are detected at the end of a project cause stress in the development teams, can delay deliveries and usually increase the development costs. Where are the opportunities for a change? How can integration testing be improved? How do ‘the others’ solve the problem? All these questions are going to be answered during this free webinar.
Where and When
Tuesday, 17 November 2015, 11:00 (CEST Amsterdam, Berlin, Paris)
Webinar on your Computer
Why you should attend
The webinar will show you the main challenges and pitfalls of integration tests on embedded systems. You will learn about innovative technologies and you will get an impression how an integrated solution significantly reduces stress, time and efforts when planning and carrying out your integration tests.
- Challenges and strategies of integration testing
- On target testing for cross development
- New approaches to integration testing
- Change-Based testing
- Requirements in Functional Safety Projects
- Live demo
Christian Kersten is Quality Manager for functional safety and security critical software products at EUROS Embedded Systems GmbH, Germany. Based upon his sound knowledge of international standards, respective tools and state-of-the-art practices his activities are focused on keeping and improving the company's quality standards with regard to the latest challenges in the fields of functional safety and security of embedded systems. Christian Kersten holds a diploma in mathematics.
Wolfgang Ehlert is a member of the Polarion Software team and manages the customer training modules for all of Polarion Software products. Wolfgang has more than 15 years’ experience in consulting and is helping Polarion’s customers find solutions for their business needs and opportunities. Wolfgang’s expertise of quickly identifying and analyzing the nuances of customer requirements has helped development organizations of all sizes unlock synergies and achieve better results faster in highly regulated environments.
Ingo Nickles is Field Application Engineer at Vector Software, the leading provider of dynamic automated test tools for embedded software applications. Prior to that, Ingo was working as software and system engineer for telecommunication systems. He has more than 20 years of professional experience in software development, system design and software testing.