As new software features for embedded hardware are developed, they must be tested together with all the other functions to make sure that nothing has been damaged during the process.
In the Automotive Industry, where the updates are very frequent, regression tests often mean high costs and a lot of time.
When the new software for an ECU must be released, it can be tested by using a hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) device.
Real World Hardware-in-the-Loop Simulator is a tool which has the capability to trick your system into ‘believing’ that it is receiving real-world inputs in real-time.
By connecting the DUT (device under test) to the HIL device, testers are able to provide a wide range of realistic signals (simulating different scenarios) as inputs, resulting in:
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