Testing and verifying

Automated testing as a strategy

At the beginning of every development project, we implement an adequate testing strategy.

All aspects of device development are covered by tests such as performance tests, durability tests, stress tests, regression tests, functional safety tests, non-functional tests, GUI tests, and other functional tests.

With the correct configuration and combination of tests, we make sure that our customers will eventually have a safe product that is ready for the market.

Automated testing allows us to increase the efficiency of the developing process according to the principle: continue developing during the day and carry out over-night testing. On the following morning, development activities can be resumed on the basis of the latest results.

BIf and when the product passes all the tests, authorization is next. We run the obligatory tests and take care of the formal verifying process. Also, we ensure the necessary reviews and reports as well as the required regulatory documentation. Our customers’ developing teams can already turn to their next project at this point.

What this means: creating multiple
benefits for our customers.

Even during the development of initial ideas for a new product, it becomes clear which requirements it must fulfil in order to meet its functionality. But when and how are the requirements best tested? Is it not enough to test the product as a final prototype at the end?

You can find out this and more in our blog:

Fertigung in der Medizintechnik