What is Stress Testing?
Why Stress Testing?
ASIST is a versatile and indispensable tool for testing and ensuring the reliability and performance of control units across a wide range of applications in the automotive industry.
A single setup can efficiently handle testing for multiple Electronic Control Units (ECUs).
Its multi-channel capability allows simultaneous testing, reducing the need for multiple setups and minimizing execution time in Product, System, and Software testing.
ASIST provides a modular and scalable platform that can easily adapt to various vehicle features and applications.
Different ECUs with varying variants can be comprehensively tested and compared.
ASIST can perform millions of power cycle tests on multiple ECUs within a single testing instance.
It continuously monitors common parameters like voltage, current, network status, bootup processes, faults, and other shared feature signals across all ECUs being tested.
Real-time image analysis and video monitoring capabilities are integrated for testing Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) components such as Rear-View Cameras (RVC), Surround-View Systems (SVS), and Driver Monitoring Systems (DMS).
ASIST can simulate and test ECUs under harsh environmental conditions, including the use of thermal chambers.
It provides interfaces for simulating electrical pulses and faults.
ASIST supports the execution and validation of common test sequences like crank pulses, thermal and voltage profiles, gang flashing, Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) corruption, and various functionality checks.
At the conclusion of the test execution, ASIST generates comprehensive test reports covering all iterations.
Connecting various input and output interfaces is made easy through a simplified setup process.
ASIST offers a Continuous Integration and Continuous Testing (CICT) Toolbox, automating test scheduling and execution based on software releases. This unique capability allows for early defect detection, significantly reducing costs compared to defects found in production.
In the monitoring parameters section, the chosen parameters from the previous configuration window are closely monitored while the test sequence is being executed. This real-time monitoring ensures that the selected parameters are constantly observed and assessed throughout the testing process, providing valuable insights into the system's performance and behavior.
In the Test Details section, you can access comprehensive information about each test iteration. This includes the individual iteration number, the expected values for specific parameters, the actual values observed for individual Devices Under Test (DUTs), and the final verdict or outcome of each iteration. These details offer a thorough and organised overview of the testing process, aiding in precise evaluation and analysis.