In February 2020, Intellias, a trusted software engineering partner for OEMs and Tier 1 vendors from Germany, the UK, Japan and South Korea, has released a comprehensive outlook on trends, challenges, and best practices of testing for automotive software.
As the increased digitalization, connectivity, and trends for autonomous driving are changing the automotive world, car manufacturers search for new ways to produce cars with a top-notch in-vehicle software. Improved control and safety systems, advanced infotainment systems, and other features that make driving more comfortable come to the fore.
Automotive software is the only way to upgrade cars to a new level of efficiency and increase its functionality. And while a single connected car comprises around 100 million lines of code, testing this code is critical.
Intellias detailed report investigates the V-model and Agile approaches to software testing, explaining their benefits according to the specifics of automotive software development.
The whitepaper showcases an in-depth research on the most effective and proven testing practices, featuring in details:
- types of testing;
- stages of testing processes;
- correct tests planning;
- process of designing tests;
- tests documentation preparation;
- bug reporting.
Moreover, Intellias covers possible challenges that automotive software testing might entail, including testing environments or hardware issues.
Driven by high customer expectations, the automotive industry never stops and requires flawless software that will not only satisfy drivers’ needs but even exceed them. Report by Intellias demonstrates how OEMs can solve software issues with the right methodology of testing, testing plan, and proper documentation.
Intellias has deep experience in automotive software testing and has got you covered. Download your copy of the whitepaper to get more details on the topic.