Test as a Service Brings Test Data Without the Overhead

Today, we announced Test as a Service (TaaS) for proof & burst testing and impulse testing. This service makes lifecycle and endurance testing...

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Building a Scalable Software Architecture

There are several different ways to approach software architecture development for component and system testing. A modular approach to software...

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What is Advanced Air Mobility? And, How is it Regulated?

For decades, the dominant form of commercial air transportation to travel from city-to-city, region-to-region, or country-to-country has been the...

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We’re Expanding Our Capabilities with Versatech

Today we announced that we have acquired Versatech, an engineering firm that designs and integrates specialized robotic and production automation...

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How to Select the Best Testing Model for Your Application

Nearly all of today’s products require testing of one form or another. Testing needs range from development testing, functional testing, life...

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It Failed, But Why? What You Can Do with More Data

A common failure scenario while burst testing a tube assembly is that there is a failure at or near the tube to fitting junction. What was the...

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Hyperloop and The Challenge of Complying with Standards that Don’t Exist Yet

Hyperloop is a developing form of mass transit for both passengers and cargo proposed by inventor Elon Musk in a 2013 white paper called...

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Why HIL is Becoming Critical for Medical Device Testing

In the past, medical devices were relatively simple and device certification was a straightforward process with few variables to worry about. The...

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Three Tips to Comply with Key Aspects of ISO 26262

The automotive industry is quickly accelerating toward new ways of driving cars. Several automakers have announced a shift in focus from...

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