Resist Rebuilding Test Systems: How to Reduce Time to Test with a Reusable Framework
Wednesday, January 27th, 2021
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
(GMT-06:00) Central Time (US & Canada)
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
(GMT+01:00) Central European Time (Rome, Berlin)
Building test stations is no trivial task and can be very time-consuming. In many cases, we tend to develop not only the test steps, but re-create common functions that are needed for every test systems--the sequencer, database and MES connectors, limits loading, report generation, and much more.
It is time-consuming to develop the same functionality over-and-over again, and it is a nightmare to maintain. What could you do with the extra time if you could re-use functions rather than rebuild them?
Join us to learn how TestStand can eliminate redundant work, act as a common framework across all your testers, and can natively call code written in Python, C, LabVIEW, and .NET. Spend one hour with us to gain back days.
- What Is TestStand and Where To Use It
- Deploying Systems
- Scaling and Test Strategies
- Closing: The Importance of a Reusable Framework
Senior Product Marketing Manager, DAQ Product Line
Kristoffer Iversen is the Senior Product Marketer for NI's Enterprise Software. Kristoffer specializes in helping customers automate their test environments for demonstrable ROI gains. Having been with NI for ten years, Kristoffer has previously held sales roles in Europe and in the US, before transitioning to product marketing in 2018.
Senior Product Planner
Trent Weaver is a customer-centric Senior Product Planner at NI focused on ensuring TestStand capabilities exceed market demands through forward-looking roadmaps and on-time release deliverables. Prior to joining Product Planning, he worked in the Test Software R&D team with a focus on TestStand and TestStand Semiconductor Module.