In today’s world, people are too busy to take care of their health in a traditional way. It takes too much time to make an appointment with a doctor, undergo tests, wait for a diagnosis and be prescribed treatment. The solution might be devices that are be constantly worn on the body, monitor different health parameters and timely transmit data to users and doctors. And such devices do already exist!
Every software development process goes through similar steps. The requirements are collected, the system is designed, and finally, the code is written. Testing is the last step in traditional software development process. Due to inevitable delays in projects, the last part is frequently the one to be cut in resources. The implication is that we deliver bug-ridden products that infuriate our customers and drive them to competitive products. In this article, we will go through the best practices and best tools to improve embedded software testing.
Making business in a highly turbulent market is always risky and challenging but it discovers promising prospects at the same time. Staying tuned about latest trends before they become a buzzword allows companies make the best use out of the innovations and be ahead of their competitors. We suggest being predictive and get to know about future tendencies in advance.
The client established their business over 20 years ago because of the need for barcode data collector solutions. They create high performance, easy-to-use barcode and data collection products that are cost effective. Their solutions help businesses increase productivity and efficiency in numerous industries. The client’s customers span North America and Europe, and range from small businesses to very large organizations with presences around the globe.
SaM Solutions has recently joined the Freescale Connect Partner Program and is proud to acquire the Partner status, having been chosen by Freescale as a recommended software solutions provider for a series of i.MX Applications Processors based on ARM® Cores and produced by Freescale Semiconductor, Inc.