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Embedded Systems Testing Training

Embedded Systems Testing Training

Embedded Systems Testing Training Introduction:

Embedded system testing services help fulfill customers’ demand for innovative, higher-performing products while addressing safety-critical issues, time-to-market and cost pressures. GOT offers Embedded Systems Testing Training online specialized training for professionals on virtual interactive modes. Perfect learning / extending qualification opportunity for on job professionals at most reasonable cost.

With Global Online Trainings the Embedded Systems Testing Training is coordinated by best industry experts and the Embedded Systems Testing tutorial is prepared with best industry updates for offering participants best professional insight over modules. The training is available for individual and corporate batches. To know more about this online SAP training course contact reach at helpdesk of Global Online Trainings today.

Embedded Systems Testing Online Training Course Content

Embedded Testing Fundamentals
  • Realities of Testing Embedded Software
  • 8 Principles of Testing
  • Static vs. Dynamic Testing
  • Black Box Approaches: Equivalence Partitioning, Boundary Condition Testing
  • White Box Approaches: Stubs and Drivers
  • Code Coverage Levels
  • High Payoff White, Gray, and Black Box Tests
  • Unique Issues in Embedded Testing
  • Real-Time Correctness: ‘Liveness’, Race Conditions
Embedded Testing Techniques
  • Input Data Testing
  • State Testing: State Transition Diagrams and Harel StateCharts
  • oTesting Other Kinds of Diagrams
  • Pairwise Testing
  • Orthogonal Arrays
  • Fault Injection Testing
Life Cycle for Embedded Software Testing
  • Top-Down vs. Bottom-Up Integration
  • Embedded Testbeds
  • System & Acceptance Testing
  • Security Testing
  • Latent Data
  • Stress Testing
  • Case Studies: NASA Spacecraft
  • Cause-Effect Graphing
  • Decision Tables
  • Independent Verification and Validation
  • When to Stop Testing ?
Static and Dynamic Testing Tools
  • Programming Language Disciplines and Static Testing
  • Update on Static Analysis for Embedded Software
  • The JPL “Power of 10” Coding Rules
  • Metrics Predict Software Errors

Embedded Basics:

  • What is an Embedded Systems Testing Training?
  • What are the Embedded Applications and functions?
  • What are Embedded Design constraints?
  • What the components of Embedded Harware and Software?
  • What the Building block of embedded project?
  • What are the Hardware and Software Embedded Tools?
  • What is Embedded C?
  • What is Microcontroller & Microprocessors?
  • What is RTS?
  • What is RTOS?
  • Sample Embedded Hardware Schematic Creation
  • Sample EMbedded C program

Instructional Objectives:

After going through this lesson the student would be able to
• Distinguish between the terms testing and verification
• Describe the common types of faults that occur in embedded systems
• Explain the various types of models that are used to represent the faults
• Describe the methodology of testing systems with embedded cores
• Distinguish among terms like DFT, BIST and on-line testing
• Explain the need and mechanism of Automatic Test Pattern Generation in the      context of testing embedded hard-ware software systems

What is an Embedded system Testing?

  • Embedded Systems Testing Training are electronically controlled system where hardware and software are combined .
  • These are computers incorporated in consumer products or other devices to perform application-specific functions.
  • The end user is usually not even aware of their existence. Embedded Systems Testing Training can contain a variety of computing devices, such as micro controllers, application-specific integrated circuits, and digital signal processors.
  • Most systems used in real life as power plant system, medical instrument system, home appliances, air traffic control station, routers and firewalls, telecommunication exchanges, robotics and industrial automation, smart cards, personal digital assistant (PDA) and cellular phone are example of embedded system.
  • Test methodologies and test goals differ in the hardware and software domains.
  • Embedded Systems Testing Training development uses specialized compilers and development software that offer means for debugging.
  • Developers build application software on more powerful computers and eventually test the application in the target processing environment.
  • In contrast, hardware testing is concerned mainly with functional verification and self-test after chip is manufactured.
  • Hardware developers use tools to simulate the correct behavior of circuit models.
  • Vendors design chips for self-test which mainly ensures proper operation of circuit models after their implementation.
  • Test engineers who are not the original hardware developers test the integrated system.
  • This conventional, divided approach to software and hardware development does not address the embedded system as a whole during the system design process. It instead focuses on these two critical issues of testing separately.
  • New problems arise when developers integrate the components from these different domains.
  • In theory, unsatisfactory performance of the system under test should lead to a redesign.
  • In practice, a redesign is rarely feasible because of the cost and delay involved in another complete design iteration.
  • A common engineering practice is to compensate for problems within the integrated system prototype by using software patches.
  • These changes can unintentionally affect the behavior of other parts in the computing system.
  • At a higher abstraction level, executable specification languages provide an excellent means to assess embedded-systems designs.
  • Developers can then test system-level prototypes with either formal verification techniques or simulation.
  • A current shortcoming of many approaches is, however, that the transition from testing at the system level to testing at the implementation level is largely ad hoc.
  • To date, system testing at the implementation level has received attention in the research community only as co verification, which simulates both hardware and software components conjointly.
  • Co verification runs simulations of specifications on powerful computer systems. Commercially available co verification tools link hardware simulators and software debuggers in the implementation phase of the design process.
  • Since Embedded Systems Testing Training are frequently employed in mobile products, they are exposed to vibration and other environmental stresses that can cause them to fail.
  • Some embedded systems, such as those in automotive applications, are exposed to extremely harsh environments.
  • These applications are preparing embedded systems to meet new and more stringent requirements of safety and reliability is a significant challenge for designers.
  • Critical applications and applications with high availability requirements are the main candidates for on-line testing.