On May 12, 2015 IWL’s CEO Chris Wellens presented to the Silicon Valley Automotive Open Source Meetup on the campus of Mentor Graphics to automotive professionals. She covered the testing of ECU and related modules, along with Infotainment and Assisted Driver systems.
The DRC Finals event will test the ability of 25 robots to perform specific tasks; robots will communicate with their operators over a wireless network Acting as a Degraded Communications Emulator (DCE), IWL's Maxwell Pro will simulate the types of adverse network conditions that occur during real-world disaster events (such as Fukushima, Hurricane Sandy, etc.)
Read our latest blog article IWL's Maxwell Pro at DARPA Robotics Challenge Test Bed to see what key issues the robotics teams ran into during the Test Bed event held in March 2015.
Are you going to be there? We would love to meet you!
Read about the differences between Line Speed Testing and Functional testing and find out how to find the most bugs prior to deployment.
Read the full White Paper here to learn more!
The release will include the following new additions:
1) SilverCreek will move to use the latest stable Tcltk8.6 release.
Customers will be able to use many new features offered by tcltk8.6
Tcltk 8.4 is still supported and shipped with SilverCreek
2) Added support to validate AutonomousType values and additionally check
if hrStorageType, hrDeviceType, and hrFSType values are valid values as registered in HOST-RESOURCES-MIB.
3) The SilverCreek result file will contain the “test purpose” field providing a concise description of what the test does.
4) Using XSLT customers will be able to generate a HTML result file with embedded CSS from the SilverCreek XML result file. The generated self-contained HTML result file can be emailed and displayed easily outside of SilverCreek.
5) SilverCreek will support an option to skip all tests that check SNMP set and read-write objects. Customers whose SNMP agent only supports SNMP monitoring can now use this feature to suppress many test failures due to known implementation limitations.
An email will be sent to those on the Release Email notification list once available.
See the full release notes here.
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