Bsquare launches TestQuest 10 to automate test creation and execution for embedded devices and applications
Integrated with popular development tools, TestQuest 10 improves product reliability and shortens time-to-market
BSQUARE Corporation announced the availability of TestQuest 10, a new product within the company’s test automation technology suite that brings together key strengths of TestQuest Pro for test creation and TestQuest CountDown for test execution, benefiting embedded device and/or application developers, including automakers and suppliers, via more reliable products and shorter development cycles.
“Consumers have decreasing tolerance for anything that doesn’t work right, and if they don’t like a product, word can spread very quickly,” notes John Traynor, Bsquare vice president Products. “The more thoroughly a product is tested prior to launch, the more reliable it’s likely to be.”
Klocwork, Inc. said ACTIA will use Klocwork’s Insight static analysis software to provide automatic detection of critical defects in its C, C++ and Java code and to enable compliance with the Motor Industry Software Reliability Association (MISRA) coding standards.
Looking to improve upon its existing quality-focused processes, ACTIA decided to add static code analysis to its standard development practice. After a thorough evaluation supported by Klocwork’s European partner Emenda, a combination of Klocwork Insight’s critical defect detection, support for MISRA, and integration with Microsoft Visual Studio that lead to its selection.