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New automated test identifies key biz trends

10 Mar 2016

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NI announced the release of its Automated Test Outlook 2016, designed to provide platform-based systems for engineers and scientists. The report, released yearly, offers a comprehensive view of key trends that will make an impact in automated test environments.

"Whether your challenge is testing millions of Internet of Things devices or managing a 20-year-old test system, our goal is to spark dialogue within your organisation to help you lower the cost of test," said Luke Schreier, director of automated test marketing at NI.

Automated Test Outlook 2016 explores the following topics:

Computing: Harvesting Production Test Data

Semiconductor organisations pioneer real-time data analytics to reduce manufacturing test cost.

Software: Life-Cycle Management Is All About Software

Obsolescence, OS churn, and compatibility challenge long life cycle projects—an age-old problem warrants revisiting.

Architecture: The Rise of Test Management Software

Off-the-shelf test executives are effective solutions for the influx of new programming languages.

I/O: Standardising Platforms from Characterisation to Production

RFIC companies employ IP reuse and hardware standardisation across the product design cycle to reduce cost and shorten time to market.

Business Strategy: Making (mm)Waves in Test Strategy

Test managers are adopting modular solutions to economically validate high-frequency components.




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