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Webinar Recording

2020-04-29

Duration: 64 minutes

Language: English

Panelists:

Derek Opitz
Field Applications Engineer, Team Lead

Coffee with Vector - Using VectorCAST for Embedded Software Testing without Hardware

Are you working from home without access to your production hardware? Or do you just want to learn how to test more efficiently? Is there a better way to use host-based testing or simulator-based testing to develop tests remotely that can be later run on production hardware?

 

If the answer is yes, grab a coffee and join us to learn how to start writing reusable tests for embedded software with VectorCAST. Whether its re-targeting to a host OS-based tool like GCC or taking advantage of simulators from your existing tool vendors, you’ll be able to create meaningful tests for your embedded software from your remote office, home office, or favorite isolation chamber.

 

We will show you some of the advanced techniques used to adapt deeply embedded software to software that can be tested anywhere with or without hardware. Once you’re done writing the tests, we will also show you how to quickly and easily run the same tests on the production hardware as well.

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