The Classification Tree Editor CTE XL Professional, proven for extensive test case sequences, is presented with software version 2.9. The latest enhancements increase efficiency through simplifications with repeated test case usage. Now, a single test case can be referenced. This feature allows using single test sequences multiple times.
The redundant provision of test steps is now obsolete. The “default of previous test step in test sequences” allows automatic transfer of test step allocations from the corresponding predecessor. Adjustments are only necessary where the class selection changes within a classification from one test step to the next. To export data, test cases can now comfortably be activated or deactivated. Berner & Mattner provides a number of functional enhancements for its product deployed in the next step of the testers' tool chain: In version 3.5, the test platform Messina supports the import of Ldf files and the use of LIN hardware. The user interface of the software platform has an altered project structure and now provides an even better overview when using several test case notations.
The expansion of the test platform with the robot system Messina RS now also allows verifying infotainment and interior electronics, besides Autosar integration and test. Thanks to the 24-hour use, a higher testing depth is achieved within a given period of time. Juergen Schueling, Account Manager at Berner & Mattner Automotive, will present a solution path for optimizing test processes in the field of driver assistance development. By means of practical examples, he shows the advantages of model-based development, virtual integration and parallel MiL/SiL/HiL tests.
Furthermore, various options are presented for validating complex ADAS systems with distributed functionality at an early development stage. The presentation will take place Tuesday, June 12, 11:55 am, at the Open Technology Forum. The company is also involved in promoting young talents: On Wednesday, June 13, 3 pm, the ceremony for the GI TAV Award, partly donated by Berner & Mattner,