Qentinel Pace and Infiniteq iRobo create new testing solution bridging the gap between software and hardware

Cloud based software robots control physical test robots for touchscreen devices

Interaction of cloud based software robot and physical robot
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The global market for touch screen displays is estimated to reach more than US$ 100 Billion by 2027. But while nearly all of the devices are produced in East Asia, the software is developed in the US, Europe or India. Testing if new versions of apps run correctly on all different browsers, operating systems and devices has become a real bottleneck in quality assurance, compromising user experience and business success.

Now software and hardware engineers from Finland have found a solution. Combining Qentinel’s cloud based robotic software testing platform and Infiniteq’s robot technology they offer an advanced test automation solution for software running on any touchscreen device. A developer working in his Seattle home office can test a new release of code in his pipeline by using the cloud based Pace platform against real devices in the Taiwan production site, where a small robot arm is executing the tests imitating the end user clicking on the touch screen. Both software and hardware engineers can run tests and check test results in the cloud immediately finding possible software defects as early as possible. Qentinel Pace - Infiniteq iRobo works with all kinds of use cases related to software and hardware functionality irrespective of size, shape and operation system of the device under test.

“Bridging the gap between software and hardware testing is improving product quality and time-to-market significantly”, says Qentinel CEO Esko Hannula. “Market opportunity is huge as the solution benefits all the companies providing software and hardware for touch screen devices”, says Infiniteq Founder Rupesh Dev.
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