The driving experience of consumers has been altered thanks to in-vehicle technology, which has brought about a new degree of satisfaction, simplicity, and security. You need to have a testing company that is dually entrenched in the engineering/manufacturing and electronics industries to evaluate and approve specifications among both your distribution network and customer markets around the world. RACAR is able to provide the knowledge and capacity you require to get your services launched efficiently and smoothly, regardless of whether your onboard system is merged with a large number of smartphone brands, carriers, Wi-Fi systems, Gps devices, mp3 players, voice commands, or safety training.
We have been undertaking automotive testing for many years, and we offer testing to substantiate that your existing processes are flexible to prospective after-market technological advances. In addition, we offer testing to affirm that your older automotive technology is kept up to date and is compliant with new technological advancements.
The types of testing and validation services provided by RACAR is as follows:
Testing at the unit level, which is performed on the code itself, helps find issues early on in the process of developing software. This results in higher code quality, easier refactoring and updates to the code, and lower overall costs associated with issue repairs.
Our crew is able to carry out any kind of mechanical or automated software testing, give in-depth paperwork that sheds light on the difficulties, and offer suggestions on how to resolve any problems that have already been discovered.
Integration testing is a subset of the testing phase that examines how different software or hardware units interact with one another and cooperate in order to validate the functionality of the system as a whole. This testing is performed to guarantee that the system is not flawed in any way.
Our team will determine the strategy that is most suitable for your project based on its nature, develop and run test data to check that every element of your system integrates seamlessly with the others, and provide recommendations on how problems can be resolved.
Testing the system ensures that it complies with all of the operational and system requirements. The validation of a system involves determining whether or not it carries out its intended functions in an efficient, dependable, and risk-free manner.
We perform system testing and validation so that the final product you receive is of the highest possible quality. If you would like your system to be evaluated in a setting more representative of real life, our team will organize and carry out all field trials.
HIL, which stands for "hardware in the loop," is a testing method for integrated devices in which the control scheme is attached to a virtual environment reflecting the real-life system (plant) in which the control system will eventually be installed. A mathematical model of all of
the plant's system dynamics is what's referred to as the "plant simulation," and it's how the sophistication of the plant is accounted for.
Testing for conformance, also known as compliance, is carried out to determine whether or not a piece of software or hardware satisfies all of the necessary legislation and technical standards. In the automotive business, where driver and passenger safety is the top priority, this is an essential step. We offer conformity testing for the most widely used standards in the automobile sector, with a particular emphasis on ECU testing and validation.
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