How can advanced test automation face the challenges of fast product development in the age of the Internet of Things?

Software testing is generally considered as a process of executing test cases, using test case design techniques. From a broader perspective, it can be defined as any activity, including static testing techniques, aimed at evaluating an attribute or capability of a program/system and determining if it meets its requirements and intended use.

Migration from manual to automated testing procedures not only provides effective use of labor force but also shortens time-to-market cycle and improves system quality. Agile development approaches such as SCRUM, KANBAN and Continuous Delivery cannot be applied without test automation. Hence, test automation & management become an increasingly critical and strategic necessity.

UCAAT gives attendees a unique opportunity to discover, share, learn challenge - modern test automation approaches, technologies and strategies.

ETSI’s UCAAT Conference, now in its fourth year, is dedicated to application aspects of automated testing including model-based testing, cloud testing, mobile testing, test methodologies, test management and standardized test specification by focusing on the practical challenges that are often faced in industry.

This Conference brings together research and industry from different application domains such as telco, banking, IT services, Automotive, Robotics, Healthcare, Defense and Software Vendors.

This year’s event is organized by ETSI, the European Telecommunications Standards Institute, and hosted by Ericsson and Nokia in Budapest. 

UCAAT will follow the Hustef Conference, one of the premier conferences for practitioners and researchers in the Central European region in all areas related to software testing. Hustef is organized by the Hungarian Testing Board who is a partner of UCAAT.



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